It's just Twitter until you get fired.
Reminder: this place is never worth it. https://t.co/NnK6BXtESJ
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) May 29, 2017
Well, that didn’t take long …
As Twitchy told you yesterday, Denver Post sportswriter Terry Frei dove head-first into hot water after tweeting that he was “very uncomfortable” with Japanese driver Takuma Sato “winning the Indianapolis 500 during Memorial Day weekend.” And now:
Sportswriter Terry Frei is now out of a job after tweeting that a Japanese Indy 500 winner made him "uncomfortable" https://t.co/3HaYvlnsrC
— NBC News (@NBCNews) May 29, 2017
— The Denver Post (@denverpost) May 29, 2017
Well, judging from the reaction to this latest news, if Frei turns to Twitter for sympathy, he’s probably barking up the wrong tree.
— (((Pesky Jski))) (@PeskyJski) May 29, 2017
— Esther | 에스더 | إستر (@EstherNMNLim) May 29, 2017
@NBCNews I am glad he was fired!
— Dee Taylor (@TaylorDeella) May 29, 2017
@NBCNews The newspaper did the right thing.
— CPMYamaguchi_? (@MimsyYamaguchi) May 29, 2017
— ᔕᕼᗩB〇〇TY (@SHABOOTY) May 29, 2017
@denverpost Glad to hear the Post fired Mr. Frei, because we would have cancelled our subscription. Let's hope Mr. Frei never writes again. Idiot.
— Toni Ferguson (@ToniF303) May 29, 2017
@NBCNews Good. He shouldn't be given a platform to spread his stupidity like a virus infecting the minds of the masses. Hmmmm.
— Tula (@OnlyTulaThot) May 29, 2017