Alec Baldwin left Twitter because we don’t get irony

This time it’s over a joke numerous think he made about fellow star Gillian Anderson changing accents.
“Of course you can’t do any irony on Twitter,” Baldwin stated in a video he published on his validated Instagram account. “You can’t do irony in the United States anymore because the United States is such an uptight, stressed-out place and such an unpleasant place right now,”
Alec Baldwin leaves Twitter after uproar over wife's heritage

Here’s the back story: Some individuals were puzzled when Anderson spoke with an American accent last Sunday while accepting the very best supporting starlet for her function as Margaret Thatcher in the hit Netflix series “The Crown.”

That’s since while she was born in the United States, “The X-Files” star invested part of her youth living in London where she presently lives and has the capability to go back and forth in between accents with ease – something she’s displayed in the numerous British parts she’s played.

Baldwin joked on Twitter “Switching accents? That sounds… fascinating” which didn’t review well with some folks.

His better half, Hilaria Baldwin, was just recently the topic of criticism from individuals declaring she was fabricating being of Spanish heritage — and utilizing an accent to do so.

While Baldwin didn’t call in his video who he was referencing, he stated he’s a “huge fan” of the individual.

“That comment was made just to illustrate the point that I find that multicultural expressions of anyone, whatever country, language, music, food, clothing, art, whatever of those expressions are important to you, that’s your business,” he stated.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.