Katie Hopkins and Stan Collymore in Twitter row: “Stick to beating up women”

Katie Hopkins has been involved in yet another Twitter brawl, this time with former premiership footballer Stan Collymore.


by Jack White |
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The argument between Apprentice contestant Katie, 38, and Stan, 44, erupted when a photoshopped tweet surfaced which appeared to be a racist remark from her.

Stan seemed to believe that Katie had sent the tweet, as he wrote: “I would buy Katie Hopkins’ silence.”

Never one to miss out on a confrontation, Katie immediately responded: “Alternatively Stan, you could kick me in the head until I could not talk. I am a woman after all.”

Katie was accused of being racist, after a photoshopped tweet emerged
Katie was accused of being racist, after a photoshopped tweet emerged

Katie was referring to Stan’s infamous attack on his then girlfriend Ulrika Jonsson in 1998. Stan punched and kicked her in the head during a vicious assault in a bar in Paris.

Following the appearance of the Photoshopped tweet, Katie received a number of angry tweets about her ‘racist’ comments.

She stressed: “Followers and detractors, the tweet in circulation is photoshopped nonsense. Please report it. Thank you.”

The outspoken star then accused Stan of creating the tweet himself, posting: “Stanley, stick to beating up women. You are good at that. Photoshop is not your thing.”

Meanwhile, Katie today hit out at Manual Uribe who, dubbed the world’s fattest man, died this weekend.

Katie wrote: “World’s heaviest man dies at 48. Was 88 stone. Died at 62 stone. If your weight is bigger than your age STOP EATING.”

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