J.K. Rowling And Piers Morgan’s Savage Twitter Feud Was Deliciously Resolved By His Son

J.K. Rowling is no stranger to twitter feuds, and her latest victim is none other than annoying internet troll, Piers Morgan himself. You would think he would’ve learned not to f*ck with the queen of tweet wars, but some lessons have to be learned the hard way. In his case, the savage way.

Now let’s go back…. Back to the beginning…

Last week on Real Time With Bill Maher, Jim Jeffreys told Piers Morgan to “fuck off” after he voiced his support of Donald Trump. Rowling reveled in the savagery.

Piers shot back with a… confusing reply.

 And J.K.’s response was perfect.

Savage.

Piers quickly spiraled.

And Rowling fired off some excellent burns.

She even brought up the time she won the British Book Awards over him.

Maybe that’s why he’s so damn bitter.

Then things really got interesting. Rowling resurrected an article from 2010 praising her work that was written by Piers Morgan himself!

Piers, who didn’t actually take the time to read the screenshot, failed to realize what it was his work and tweeted this:

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Oh Piers, you ignorant slut. He has since deleted the tweet, but it was thankfully screenshotted so we could all point and laugh.

And then, as if Pier’s hadn’t already imploded enough, his own son decided to chime in in defense of Rowling.

The symbol on his arm is the Deathly Hallows from the 7th installment of the series and is a popular tattoo for Harry Potter megafans.

Spencer Morgan is a long time Potterhead, having attended J.K. Rowling’s new play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and Harry Potter attractions.

*chants* One of us. One of us.

Have we not embarrassed Piers enough?

It seems like the feud has finally come to an end, with Piers admitting defeat.

Now that Piers can never show his face in public again, I hope he’s learned his lesson. Don’t underestimate the power of Harry Potter.

J.K. has yet to respond to this development, but I’m sure it’ll be delicious.

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