Nigel Farage MEP and Danny Dyer have exchanged blows after the Eastenders star branded Nigel Farage as a “p***k in a suit” whilst defending Theresa May.
However, Mr. Farage seemed very calm about the situation and stated that he did not care all the while challenging Danny Dyer to say it to his face.
It comes after the soap star blasted Mr. Farage in a foul-mouthed interview with the magazine, The Big Issue. Mr. Dyer has also accused ex-Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson of talking “b******s”.
Mr Farage told his radio show listeners last night:
Now Danny Dyer, who plays Mick Carter in the BBC One popular soap Eastenders, he’s got a lot of political views and he’s very upset with David Cameron.
(Dyer) said ‘we voted (Mr Cameron) in as PM but for his own ego he called a referendum to get rid of that Nigel Farage’.
He then goes on ‘Farage is another ‘can’t pronounce it because it’s too rude’ in a suit’.
Boris goes around talking ‘too rude can’t pronounce it’.”
Farage continued to scold Dyer as he warned him about his inappropriate use of language and invited him on his LBC show:
If you’ve got some strong views on Brexit and the players involved we’d love to talk to you about it here on LBC.
But if you’re going to swear all the time it isn’t going to work or impress anybody.
I’m not just saying that because you said rude words about me, I really don’t care
Mr. Dyers told The Big Issue in his interview:
Boris Johnson running around with his stupid haircut spouting b******s.
Young people look and think: ‘If these people are running the country, why shouldn’t I go and loot and riot?’
We are living in an age of food banks. How the f**k did that happen? Seriously.
Farage, another prick in a suit who has tapped into something – and I suppose it is that white, working class middle-aged man who lost his voice slightly.
He got a bit of a following, so Cameron decided to call a referendum just to get him.”
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