And got this reply:
@piersmorgan America has stability. China sells cheap shit. People are realising this. Your not very good at economics are you?— daz boot (@FacileTalk) January 19, 2016
Piers served him right back!
I’m better at economics than you are at grammar. It’s ‘you’re’. > RT @FacileTalk Your not very good at economics are you?— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 19, 2016
That wasn’t all! Someone else – a Nigerian this time – decided to get involved.
@piersmorgan Hi, Piers, you have to accept the fact that English is not everyone’s first language. Thanks.— Okehie Kelechi A. (@alkelly_a) January 19, 2016
His comment was reasonable enough. But Piers didn’t seem to think so. He replied in Yoruba!
In English, it means: “Don’t be annoyed. It’s not a difficult language”.
But Piers forgot something vital though. All Nigerians don’t speak Yoruba.
Dear @piersmorgan, not all Nigerians speak Yoruba.— Innocent Ekejiuba (@Prince_ice) January 19, 2016 [zkk_poll post=16529 poll=content_block_standard_format_10]