Piers Morgan has hinted that he’s quit Twitter for the rest of the year.
GMB’s Piers, who’s a regular on the micro-blogging site, indicated that he’ll only log back on in 2021.
He told that a series of heavy news stories had got him down, and that he’s “done with 2020.”
Penning what could be his final tweet of the year, he told followers: “A new mutant covid is on the rampage, Arsenal keep losing, the dreadful reality of Brexit is looming, Trump’s still chucking his toys out of the pram, Christmas is canned, and everyone on Twitter’s gone absolutely bonkers – including me.
“I’m done with 2020, see you in 2021.”
The Mirror has contacted Piers’ rep for comment.
He’s had a hell of a 2020 as well.
Throughout the year, he’s made clear his feelings about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s step back as senior royals.
And as the pandemic became more and more severe, he decried the government’s decision not to lock down sooner.
Piers’ brutal brand of interviewing has earned him a great deal of praise.
But it’s also sparked controversy as well, his cross-examinations of Matt Hancock and care minister Helen Whately provoking complaints to broadcast regulator Ofcom.
But Ofcom cleared Piers, reasoning that his no-prisoners style of interview was in line with his journalistic duty.
2020 has even seen him lose a close friend – in the shape of Lord Sugar.
The two have butted heads over divergent opinions on the pandemic, and Piers now fears their relationship cannot be salvaged.