A bookstore owner stepped into a Twitter feud between British author J.K. Rowling and TV personality Piers Morgan ― and it’s straight up magical.
Over the weekend Rowling and Morgan got into quite the argument. It all started when Rowling tweeted how delighted she was to watch Morgan “being told to fuck off” by comedian Jim Jefferies on the latest “Real Time with Bill Maher.”
Morgan, not appreciating the criticism, hit Rowling back.
Rowling, not one to back down from a Twitter tit-for-tat, tweeted this gem in response:
And that’s when Simon Key, the co-owner of Big Green Bookshop in North London, England, got involved.
He told Sky News that since Morgan “clearly spends all day on Twitter staring at his timeline” that he’d tweet the entirety of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone at him.
On Feb. 11, Key tweeted out the first of a planned 32,567 tweets to Morgan.
Since then, Key has tweeted most of the book’s first chapter.
“Obviously I’m sending it in bitesize chunks,” Key told Sky News. “Which hopefully he’ll be able to cope with rather than giving him the daunting process of reading a whole book.”
Your move, Morgan.
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