Charlotte Church slammed 'piece of s**t' Nigel Farage
The 30-year-old Voice ofan Angel has never been one to hold her tongue and today was no different, as she voiced her opinions on the politician resigning following the EU referendum results.
Church posted a link to a BBC breaking news story about Mr Farage, which included the quote “I want my life back”, alongside the caption: "I want my f***ing European Union back you piece of s**t!!!!!!"
The singer then shared another link to a different story, with the message: "Hahahahahaha what sort of f***ing looney tune will replace him though. So much better the devil you know stuff."
She also hit back at trolls suggesting she shouldn't swear, with her posting: "All this 'ladies shouldn't swear' bull**** is so last century guys."
Church has never been one to hold her tongue
Nigel Farage has stood down as Ukip leader
Foul-mouthed Church slammed Farage for 'taking my European Union'
Her comments came after it was revealed this morning that Mr Farage had stood down as Ukip leader, declaring his “political ambition had been achieved” after leading Britain out of the EU.
Highlighting the toll of leading Ukip on himself and his family, Mr Farage said: "I now feel I have done my bit. I couldn't possibly achieve more than we managed to get in that referendum.
“I feel it's right that I should now stand aside as leader of Ukip. I will continue to support the party and the leader."
The singer took to Twitter to voice her opinions
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He went on: "It has been a huge chunk of my life doing this and it isn't easy to let it go but it does come at a cost to me and perhaps those around me.
"During the referendum campaign I said I want my country back. What I am saying now is 'I want my life back', and it starts today."
This certainly isn't the first time that Church has waded into politics, with her previously insisting Jeremy Corbyn had been unfairly portrayed in the media by "biased" reporting, along with numerous comments about Brexit.
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