The unemployed former GMB presenter Piers Morgan asked his fans for help in his “hour of need”.
Piers submitted the passionate plea on Instagram this afternoon (April 1).
The former breakfast TV host also admitted that his previous post about returning to GMB was an April Fool’s joke.
What did ex-GMB presenter Piers Morgan ask the fans?
In a video posted on his grid, Piers urged his followers to help him in his “hour of need”.
He said, “Okay, it’s noon so I can tell you I’m not going back to Good Morning Britain, it was just a little April Fool’s joke.
“But ooh, I caught one big fish with this one – the most amusing.”
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Then he got to the heart of the matter.
“It is also the release day for the paperback of my book Wake Up, which is a clear call to defend freedom of expression and opinion and an end to this ridiculous culture of abandonment that is currently ruining our society.
“Let’s get back to what Britain did great, the ability to disagree with each other and then have a beer in the pub and not try to destroy each other’s lives to avoid disagreements.”
“Help an old unemployed man”
Then he told his followers where to get his book at a “dirt cheap” price.
“If you want to buy the paperback and show your support for this campaign, go to Tesco, Asda, WH Smith or Sainsbury’s or go online on Amazon and get it at dirt cheap prices.
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“And guess what? I can’t think of a better way to tie it to the cancel mob than getting the paperback of my book to number one as well.”
So let’s get back to what made Britain great, the ability to disagree with each other and then have a beer in the pub and not try to ruin each other’s lives to avoid disagreements.
Piers ended his plea: “So help an old unemployed man in his hour of need.”
What did Piers followers say about his contribution?
The Piers supporters were full of support for the star.
One said, “Missing your debates on GMB, that’s for sure.”
Another added, “While I may not always agree with your views, I appreciate your honesty and self-respect.”
A third commented, “Well said, Piers.”
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