Dr Shola blasts Piers Morgan he has a ‘personal dislike’ of Meghan Markle

Piers Morgan’s stance on Meghan Markle discussed by Dr Shola

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Activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu has slammed Piers Morgan, accusing him of brining his “personal dislike” of Meghan Markle on a national platform. However, TalkRadio James Max fought back and argued that the former ITV present has a right to Freedom of Speech.

Arguing on Jeremy Vine show, Dr Shola said: “Piers Morgan continuously used his [ITV] platform as his personal living room…”

Jeremy Vine chipped in: “He didn’t believe her [Meghan Markle].”

Dr Shola continued: “It was not just about him not believing.  People want to make this just about freedom of speech and freedom of expression.

“Freedom of speech does not come without consequence and he’s a broadcaster.  

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“He brought his personal dislike of Meghan Markle into the debate!”

TalkRadio host James Max said: “I think it’s really important to understand that the arguments here and I can understand why you might say what you say.

“I don’t agree with everything Piers Morgan says by any stretch of the imagination.

“However, to have somebody with the power that she has, that Meghan has, to be able to call up his boss, and to put pressure in the way that she did that ended up with him losing his job is in my view, is reprehensible.

“And the things that she and Harry have done, in particular, to use their fame and celebrity to make money off the back of the royal family in which we pay for, is reprehensible.”

He went on: “And so I think for Piers to be able to express himself in the way that he likes. Good!

“Ofcom got it right. He’s right. Well done him. Well done Ofcom.

“I am sick and tired of people not saying what they think about people.”

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Dr Shola said in response: “I respectfully. unequivocally reject your rewrite of history.

“The fact that Meghan Markle reached out to ITV, like if I was complaining, a lot of people reach out to Ofcom. Her complaining about what he said about her is her right to do so.

“You’re talking about freedom of speech.

“What he did was not just expressing what he thought about her, is the fact that he brought his personal dislike into her.”
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