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Chetan Bhagat and Piers Morgan Had a Twitter Spat and it was Hilarious

Chetan Bhagat got owned though.


Updated:August 24, 2016, 7:22 PM IST
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Chetan Bhagat and Piers Morgan Had a Twitter Spat and it was Hilarious
Chetan Bhagat got owned though.

British journalist Piers Morgan created a mass outrage today after calling India's Olympics medal tally an embarrassment. And when everyone was out there taking potshots at Morgan, India's author extraordinaire Chetan Bhagat decided he wanted in on the game as well.

Unfortunately for Chetan Bhagat, a bestselling author, he misspelled Morgan's first name.


Morgan obviously noted that and in turn, deliberately, called Chetan 'Chatan'.


Bhagat, it would seem, was a little slow at picking up what was an obvious taunt at his spelling skills.


So much so, that Morgan had to explain his joke. Sigh.


After that Bhagat was left to make sloppy apologies and a rather lame rebuttal.



The situation was beautifully summed up by this famous Twitter troll.


But while all this was happening, Suhel Seth managed to get some limelight as well. Although it wasn't the taunt of the century.


Even Morgan wasn't really winning at this pwnage game.


All in all, this is what a 'Yo Momma 'contest would look like if 5th graders were playing.

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| Edited by: Pathikrit Sanyal
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