Scotty T Slammed For “Flirting” With Ariana Grande Following The Manchester Terror Attack
The tweet has since been deleted and Scotty claims he was hacked.
Scotty T has faced major backlash for a tweet relating to the tragic events that took place at the Manchester Arena during an Ariana Grande concert.
In the wake of the tragedy that saw 22 people killed and 59 injured in a suicide bomb blast, the Geordie Shore star took to Twitter and in a now deleted tweet wrote “Thoughts going out to all the victims and their familys in Manchester right now and you @ArianaGrande!! #fancyacuddle.”
Fans were quick to screengrab the tweet and blast the reality star for being grossly insensitive.
Scotty T has since taken to Twitter to claim his account was hacked and has apologised for any offense caused.
Hi apologies to anyone offended last night
My Twitter was hacked.
Anyone who follows me knows I would not tweet anything so disgusting
— Scotty T MBE (@ScottGShore) May 23, 2017
He wrote: “Hi apologies to anyone offended last night My Twitter was hacked. Anyone who follows me knows I would not tweet anything so disgusting.”
The reality star has since been sharing a number of tweets relating to people who are still missing since the attack.
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