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Florin 11:20 Mon Jul 10
Exwhuemployee
Didn't take long for this attention seeking clown to reactivate his Twitter account.

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w4hammer 12:34 Tue Jul 11
Re: Exwhuemployee
IM LEAVING NOW




YOU"LL MISS ME WHEN IM GONE








IM GOING






ILL SHOW YOU


















Hello




Hello?


Did you miss me?

WHat an utter cunt this bloke is

grasshopper 12:29 Tue Jul 11
Re: Exwhuemployee
Apart from the brown nosing of the Sullivan kids, I don't really have a problem with him. Seems quite accurate compared to other itks

Alwaysaniron 12:12 Tue Jul 11
Re: Exwhuemployee
Why get all 'Starshaped' over someone you can simply unfollow..... I take everything on twitter with a pinch of salt. Much like on here really.

Pub Bigot 11:58 Tue Jul 11
Re: Exwhuemployee
Folkstone, it's not that easy, because his messages are shared by others. It's like WHO on steroids.

Largely, I think the blokes a cock.

folkestone iron 10:49 Tue Jul 11
Re: Exwhuemployee
if you dont like it (or him) then dont follow him.

nothing to get wound up about

Northern Sold 10:43 Tue Jul 11
Re: Exwhuemployee
Stool Pigeon…… cha cha chaaaaa

Johnson 10:36 Tue Jul 11
Re: Exwhuemployee
What an attention seeking weirdo.

Stevethehammer 10:33 Tue Jul 11
Re: Exwhuemployee
I don't get the hatred for the guy to be honest.
Yes he can come across attention seeking but let's be fair who on twitter or an ITK doesn't. 99 times out of 100 he is right. He get slated when a deal.doesn't go to plan but he is just getting information passed on and he is putting it out there.
I personally don't see the problem with him, JInxed on the hand people on KUMB treat him.as some sort of messiah. Still waiting on Bacca to be unveiled after it was a done deal according to him and this arab takeover he said was happening.

Takashi Miike 11:38 Mon Jul 10
Re: Exwhuemployee

Reply Takashi Miike 10:46 Wed Jun 28
Re: Ex WHU Employee Quits
like fuck will he quit, he thrives off attention and will return





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