Wayne Rooney Tells Twitter Fans To Follow Comedy Bigot ‘Chubby’ Brown, Loses United Some Of The Moral High Ground

Alan Duffy

11th, March 2012


By Alan Duffy

‘Danny, mate, I’ve got this great Chubby Brown joke about Africans…..’

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – clubs should ban their players from using Twitter – it’s becoming the ultimate source of high-profile faux-pas and own-goals, with our dearly beloved football players often Tweeting before they’ve engaged their brains.

Wayne Rooney is the latest star to make a major boo-boo, this time telling his fans on Twitter to follow one Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown, the infamous purveyor of racist, sexist and homophobic ‘humour’. Rooney’s Tweet, which has since been deleted, said:

“follow @RoyChubbsBrown he is hilarious. Follow if not easily offended haha.”

In light of all the recent Suarez/Evra shenanigans, the decision to big up someone like ‘Chubby’ Brown really does beggar belief. Whether or not the comedian himself is inherently racist/sexist/homophobic or simply playing a character isn’t really the point, either. His material is incredibly offensive and nasty and Rooney, an England star, has made an almighty howler.

I can hear them now, Liverpool fans up and down the country rising up, ready to reclaim (at least a bit) of the moral high-ground in the never-ending war of words with their Mancunian enemy.

But will we see United players warming up in “Free Wayne” t-shirts this weekend???

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  1. Mr. Sparkle says:

    I’m surprised he can spell at all.

  2. Ceezer says:

    I think the English media is a wee bit cunty. May I suggest a new section for Pies? You should have a section called “WGAS”, “who gives a shit” for some of these nothing stories and the gossip paper rubbish.

  3. Mike d says:

    All comedy is offensive, get over it. I don’t like Chubby Brown’s comedy but its that ..COMEDY, how uptight you gotta, jeez.

  4. ferguson and webb says:

    Idiot rooney born with ugly face.

  5. lfc_man says:

    I don’t know about the moral high ground with Man utd but does anyone not have the moral high ground against Rooney? Not surprised he would like a “infamous purveyor of racist, sexist and homophobic ‘humour’.”

    Wayne Rooney doesnt represent the views of Man u or England. Its a non story for me. Rooney is a moron, he doesnt need to tweet to prove it.

  6. Joe says:

    is Chubby Brown really that offensive?

  7. muppets says:

    Before this rooney’s reputation was untarnished and his moral standing could not be disputed. Right?

  8. Seb Cerami says:

    Riy Chubby Brown is a icon every where….during Jeff Stelings Middlesbrough Rant he mention how great Roy Chubby Brown is….why dont the media attack him. Its just bull, bull , bull , bull
    Royston Vasey is a hero and I personally love him and his humour. Did you mention that Roy had throat cancer. bet you didnt know he does a lot of work for charity. watch one of his dvds it will leave you in histerics.
    PS I dislike Rooney with a Passion.
    Jeff Stelling Rant if you havent seen it, if you havent, you must http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO8yHVYof44

  9. Anchorman ^ says:

    PS im not retarded..Just Iphones predictive text is a Joke!

  10. Yassir says:

    Banning people from using Twitter is more ‘offensive’ to me than Roy Chubby Brown.

  11. Ben says:

    Was iPhone’s predictive text responsible for your opinions?

    Jesus wept, the man had throat cancer so…what, exactly? His bigotry is excusable? What a ludicrous argument.

  12. garza says:

    Putting Rooney and moral high ground in the same sentence is funny.

  13. Anchorman ^ says:

    If you dont like it then dont listen, society and this generation is changed. I love his humour, the jokes are well thought out and can be extremely banterous

  14. Rob says:

    Any chance someone out there could come up with software that people without Twitter accounts can get to filter all stories about other people’s “Tweets” ? I’d buy it.

  15. Mr. Chopper says:

    “Banterous”? Jesus.

  16. Jarren says:

    At least it wasn’t Jim Davidson.

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