In the wake of the response to her Pen Farthing writings, Kirstie Allsopp responds to claims that she “hates animals.”
KIRSTIE ALLSOPP has responded to critics who have labeled her a “animal hater” on social media.
Kirstie Allsopp, 50, of Location, Location, Location, has resorted to Twitter to refute charges that she “hates animals.” After criticizing the country for allegedly caring more about ex-Royal Marine Pen Farthing’s quest to rescue animals from Afghanistan than the people caught up in the situation, the TV personality received reaction.
Kirstie Allsopp is a British actress.
The ex-soldier made headlines by offering to stay in Kabul after the city fell to the Taliban, as well as promising to ensure that his Afghan employees could exit the country and bringing his rescue animals back to the UK.
Kirstie, on the other hand, called the move a “betrayal,” saying she “could not comprehend” it after learning that not all of the ex-employees Marine’s had been “let through the last barrier.”
She’s since taken to Twitter to share some of the “hate” she’s gotten since expressing her views on the subject with her 424,400 followers.
“This is the kind of vitriol you get if you suggest starving children should come before starving animals,” she added. Totally insane!”
The actress retweeted a tweet in which she claimed to have a “intense hatred for animals.”
“I wonder what kind of childhood she [Kirstie] had to make her have such a strong dislike for animals?” it read. I really feel bad for her.”
However, after Kirstie rebutted the claim, the social media user retaliated.
“Please learn about facts and stop spreading lies,” they urged.
“My remark has nothing to do with malnourished youngsters.
“You lie about animal concerns all the time and attempt to incite hatred. “I’m curious as to why you despise animals,” they concluded.
“Please give one single piece of evidence that I am a ‘animal hater,’” Kirstie said.
Fans expressed their surprise at the assertion after seeing the TV host’s tweet.
“How do you deal with such awful tweets @KirstieMAllsopp?” one said.
Others, however, took issue with Kirstie’s labeling of the message as “abuse,” writing, “Come on you send out as strong thoughts as you receive back, it was hardly abuse and nowhere near as forceful a statement as you often put out on Twitter yourself,” one person wrote.
Kirstie then followed up with a tweet to clarify her prior remarks and admonish anyone who appeared to be “loathing.” “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”