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Triggered: Ghostbusters Actress Leslie Jones Reports Milo To Twitter

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They ain’t afraid of no ghosts, but they might just be afraid of Milo. The Breitbart Tech editor has been blocked and reported on Twitter by Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones.

Following Jones’ complaints about the messages she was receiving on Twitter and other social media platforms following the release of Ghostbusters, Milo had this to say:

Jones did not take kindly to this, tweeting that not only had she blocked Milo (despite tweeting a mere three hours earlier that she was no longer going to be blocking people) but she had also reported his account.

Jones went on to call one of Milo’s supporters a “racist b*tch* after he suggested that comedians shouldn’t try curtail free speech.

Milo, as usual, took this in his stride and retaliated with multiple tweets ridiculing Jones and her inability to accept criticism.

When asked for official comment on his blocking by Jones this is what Milo said: “She must have read my review! Honestly, this is why I say feminism is cancer. She used to be funny but being involved in a social justice dumpster fire like Ghostbusters has reduced her to the status of just another frothing loon on Twitter.”

Further ridiculing Jones, Milo said, “Imagine it: the star of a Hollywood blockbuster sitting at home reporting random people on social media for saying her movie sucked. Sad!”

Whether or not the rest of the Ghostbusters cast is planning on blocking Milo remains unknown…

Lucas Nolan is a Journalism and Media student at Dublin Business School and a regular contributor to Breitbart Tech. He can be contacted via Twitter here: @LucasNolan_


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