BBC breakfast host Naga Munchetty hit back a troll on Twitter after being branded a “terrible woman”.
The 46-year-old television and radio presenter responded to the negative criticism on social media yesterday (June 9).
She also received a second message from another user that was far from flattering.
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Regarding Naga’s BBC Radio 5 Live, the troll wrote, “Is anyone else listening to this terrible woman?”
The moderator quickly fired back and proved that she cannot be influenced by the comments.
She shared, “Tim, do yourself a favor. Stop following that terrible woman. “
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In addition, a second user criticized the BBC’s decision to show it on the radio.
In response to the message, the star said, “Aren’t you just adorable?”
And her funny answers did not go unnoticed by the followers!
Do yourself a favor.
Stop following that terrible woman.
– Naga Munchetty (@ TVNaga01) June 9, 2021
One defended the star and wrote: “Naga, you rock! National treasure. “
Another said, “He’s only pissed off because you make it look so easy, Naga. Get better and better! “
Additionally, a third added, “Gosh, people don’t give @ TVNaga01 a whole lot of unjustified [bleep]. It is practically a national treasure. “
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Meanwhile, it comes shortly after the BBC raised complaints about the Naga’s controversial interview with Rep. Robert Jenrick.
The couple, who hosted alongside Charlie Stayt at the time, commented on the highlighting of a flag in the background of their picture.
They also pointed out Jenrick’s portrait of the queen.
Twitter was full of complaints while others complained to the BBC’s Executive Complaints Unit.
The BBC released a statement on the incident late last month.
They said: “In an interview with Attorney General Robert Jenrick from his office, Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty commented on the highlighting of a Union flag and a portrait of the Queen in the background.
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“16 spectators complained to the ECU that this showed an insulting disrespect for the monarch and the national flag.
“11 of them complained about Munchetty’s subsequent social media activity in which she ‘liked’ a series of Twitter comments about the incident, in which they expressed views that they were opposed to.”
However, they added that Naga would not be punished for her role on the series.
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