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The conservative pundit Piers Morgan has become notorious for its negative (and undesirable) Twitter misunderstandings whether he is Fat Shaming actresses or if they call fathers "emasculated" because they carry their own children Morgan often stirs up outrage in social media.
When Morgan recently degraded celebrities for having spoken out about her mental health problems, Star of War Sophie Turner quickly completed him ,
The spit began this morning, January 9, when Morgan retweeted an article in which English actress Beverley Callard warned celebrities who were trying to "make fashion" mental health battles. In his tweet, Morgan made it clear that he agreed with Callard and wrote, "It's 1
It's hammered, if she says that, but it's 100% true. https://t.co/lxxywZ2Ks5[19659004-PiersMorgan(@piersmorgan) January 9, 2019
Turner noticed his comment and clapped hard back. She pointed out how important it is for people in the public to be more honest than ever about mental illness.
"Or maybe they have a platform to talk about it and get rid of the stigma of mental illness affects 1 in 4 people in the UK [sic] a year," she wrote. "But please move on and shy back to the silence, Twat." (See also: Emily Ratajkowski teaches Piers Morgan a lesson in feminism.)
Or maybe they have a platform to talk about and get rid of the stigma of a mental illness affecting every fourth person in the UK every year. But please keep it up and shy it back into the silence. Twat. https://t.co/mvddYPjcht[19659004-SophieTurner(@SophieT) January 9, 2019
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 25% of the world's population will suffer from some mental illness in their lifetime, however nearly two-thirds of people with a mental illness are looking for no help. Maybe Morgan should actually think (or at least investigate) before spitting out such potentially harmful and unfounded opinions.
Thank you for using your platform forever, Sophie. We are sure that you – and all celebrities who speak openly and openly about their struggle with mental health – make a difference.
This story originally appeared on HelloGiggles.com by Anna Sheffer.