GQ is facing the wrath of Fox News after its social media account dissed the network by saying disgraced LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling would get a show on the network.
“Apparently, they don’t like Fox,” host Steve Doocy opined. “And — apparently — they don’t like conservatives!”
The show featured outraged feedback from Fox News fans, including one who accused GQ magazine of turning a high school kid “into a life-long drug addict.”
“Those are some strong words,” Anna Kooiman riffed. “But maybe GQ ought to stick to the colorful socks, and the pocket squares, and hair gel!”
“Half the country leans to the right, half to the left,” Doocy noted. “For them to anger half of the country who might buy their stupid magazine, that’s just not a good business model!”
A representative for GQ has not yet returned TheWrap’s request for comment.
Read the controversial tweet below:
Good luck to Donald Sterling with whatever show he ends up hosting on Fox News, probably: http://t.co/pXwddVirAI
— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) April 29, 2014
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