There are people in this world who really shouldn’t have access to other people, let alone be let loose with a Twitter account.
You may (actually, probably not) be wondering what ever happened to that Steve Brookstein, winner of the very first X-Factor and part time hater of Simon Cowell…
Well, he’s been to busy upsetting people on twitter to even consider making anymore of his “music” but it’s seems he’s gone all out to prove what an actual tool he is.
Brookstein who was dropped by Simon Cowell’s label quicker than a hot potato, took exception to Kent Labour Students campaign against a sexist joke card in Tesco
Responding to the Tesco account and to Kent Labour Students, Steve tweeted: “ignore
the students Tesco. Commies don’t want any fun. #Censorship”.
But rather than just leaving it there, he then decided that it would be a great idea to comment on the clothing of one of the students who complained about the card.
Tweeting @Jessica_Asato he said “Nice low cut top. Take that as a compliment. :0)”.
Makes you feel a bit sick doesn’t it?
And to think that some poor woman is married to this moron.
As well as being Editor here at The Spin Alley, Rachael is also a freelance journalist and blogger covering lifestyle, travel, culture, entertainment, media and online life for online and print publications.