POP star Lily Allen has been slammed on Twitter for a string of anti-Brexit tweets on the day Theresa May will trigger Article 50.
The singer has been accused of “scaremongering” and “talking a load of b****ks” as the PM gets ready to officially start our EU exit.
She posted a list of things Brexiters should be blamed for with a comment read: “Oof.”
She also made fun of a photo of Mrs May signing the Article 50 letter with her own response, tweeting an image that read: “If you’re reading this, it’s too late.”
And she retweeted a message saying: “I’ll vote for the first f***er to say they’ll reverse Brexit and I’m not alone.”
But Twitter users were quick to hit back claiming she was “scaremongering” and “assuming the worst”.
Others vowed that Brexit was a “risk worth taking” and that she wasn’t “living in the real world”.
One called her a “precious snowflake”, while another said: “You really want Britain to fail. For your ego, so you can claim the moral high ground.”
Earlier this year the singer told her nearly six million followers: “A Global Britain could b (sic) good, but the world still hates us cause, SLAVERY.”
But she deleted the tweet after getting lambasted by social media users.
One told her to “go and read a history book”, pointing out that slavery was a historical human problem throughout the world.
She also retweeted a story which said the pound will “not stabilise any time soon” with a string of celebration emojis back in February.
Sir Tim Barrow arrives at European Council as he gets ready to hand over Article 50 letter