Professor Green Hits Out At Katie Hopkins After Latest Outrageous Comments
The rapper isn’t impressed with Katie’s latest statement…
Katie Hopkins has never been one to keep her opinions to herself, so it’s no surprise that she’s angered a lot of people with her latest comments.
Now, after she tweeted a particularly distasteful statement about suicide, Professor Green has hit back with a response.
While Katie’s Twitter feed is never typically a place for niceties, she took things too far with her post about Channel 4 documentary ‘Stranger On The Bridge’.
The programme, which followed the story of Jonny Benjamin, a man who was saved from jumping off Waterloo Bridge by a stranger back in 2008, clearly bothered Katie, causing her to sound off to her followers.
Posting, “ENOUGH with the ads for #strangeronthebridge Starting to wish the sympathetic stranger had let him jump”, the tweet soon got a lot of negative attention which eventually found its way to Professor Green.
ENOUGH with the ads for #strangeronthebridge Starting to wish the sympathetic stranger had let him jump.
— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) May 4, 2015
The rapper, who has dealt with mental illness in the past in the form of an acute anxiety disorder, simply wrote: “A new low. @KTHopkins.”
It’s understandable why the star felt the need to speak out about the comments; his father Peter Manderson took his own life in 2008, and later when he was taking part in a documentary about suicide, he found out one of his uncles had done the same.
Professor Green certainly wasn’t the only person to hit out at Katie’s comments, with Twitter calling the columnist out on her statement. But naturally, Katie never offered an apology.