Danny Dyer goes off on a political rant — again
DANNY DYER continues to make a name for himself by sounding off against those he sees as the villians of Brexit.
Back in the summer the hardman actor had some choice words for ex-PM David Cameron, calling him a t*** for calling the referendum on leaving the EU.
Now he’s been at it again, mocking leading Brexiteer Boris Johnson’s ‘stupid haricut’ and labelling ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage ‘another p**** in a suit’.
In an expletive-laden interview with The Big Issue, the EastEnders star also offered his sympathy to the prime minister.
He said: ‘Theresa May, bless her, just got that job by default. Boris Johnson running around with his stupid haircut spouting b*******.
‘Young people look and think: “If these are the people running the country, why shouldn’t I go and loot and riot?”
‘They just don’t give a f***. This us against them-type vibe has got worse. We are living in an age of food banks. How the f*** did that happen? Seriously.’
The 41-year-old, who plays Mick Carter in the BBC One soap, also accused politicians of ‘floundering’ and redoubled his attack on original target Cameron.
‘They have been given this thing called f****** Brexit because of one man,’ he said. ‘One man… who purely for his own ego decided to call a referendum just to get rid of Nigel Farage.
‘Farage, another p**** in a suit who tapped into something — and I suppose it is that white working-class, middle-age man who lost his voice slightly.
‘He tapped into what he felt maybe they wanted to say and twisted it. He got a bit of a following, so Cameron decided to call a referendum just to get him.
‘Well, f*** you, Cameron, you posh t***. Sorry. It backfired on him, didn’t it? And what does he do? He f**** off. He doesn’t like the way it went and he f**** off.
‘Look where we are now. If our leader is willing to say, ‘Oh, I can’t be bothered’, where is our structure? Where is the foundation?’
While some agreed with Danny’s sentiments — posting on Twitter comments such as: ‘100% right… Fair ball to him for coming out and telling it like it us [sic]’ — others were less impressed, commenting sarcastically: ‘Oh my God, how could I have been so wrong in my views. Danny Dyer had [sic] enlightened me.’
Author: Anna Thomson