Alec Baldwin has argued again with his social media followers, Page Six reported. Baldwin isn’t the type of guy to back down after a fight with people who criticize him and his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, as entertainment news followers know.
However, at times the backlash and vitriol against him and Hilaria became too much to bear, in fact, the actor had to delete his Twitter account this week due to the attack from commentators he described as “a ** hole”.
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Page Six says the 62-year-old actor deleted his account after people criticized his comments about Gillian Anderson after she used an American accent in accepting a Golden Globe this Sunday.
Alec, the ex-30 Rock star, took to his Twitter to say this week that the social sharing platform was where all the “a ** holes in the United States” are going to work on their skills of being grumpy and mean to others, or as Alec put it, they take to Twitter to get their ‘advanced degrees’ as an ‘a ** hole’.
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Baldwin then commented on the state of the US right now, saying it was impossible to say anything ironic because everyone was just so uptight and ‘stressed’.
According to Page Six, when news of Anderson’s accent switch hit the press, Baldwin tweeted, “Switching accents? That sounds … fascinating,” which upset many Twitter users. It was this comment and subsequent backlash that led to it. that the actor deleted his account.
In case you don’t know what’s going on with the Baldwins, Alec and his wife, Hilaria, were exploded by social media after it was revealed that Baldwin had spoofed a Spanish accent for much of her career. In fact, it turns out that she is not from Spain at all and neither are her parents. She is from Boston, as is her family.
As for Alec’s most recent outburst, if you can call it that, the actor uploaded a video to his Twitter account saying he didn’t want to be derogatory to someone he “ admires, ” appearing to be referring to Anderson .