Lily Allen accuses Brits of voting for ‘kids to die with no healthcare and less brown people’ after Boris Johnson win

SINGER Lily Allen has accused Brits of voting for “kids to die with no healthcare and less brown people” as she unleashed a series of angry tweets in the wake of Boris Johnson’s election victory.

The Corbynista was one of a host of celebrities to back Labour and has shared messages of support with her five million Twitter followers throughout the campaign.

Singer Lily Allen has turned to political activism
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Even as the exit poll predicted a crushing loss for the party, she tweeted: “Still holding out for a Labour majority”.

As Labour’s star fell Allen, 34, was composing furious tweets as the Tories romped home with at least 364 seats.

Allen retweeted a post implying she thought Britain is racist, writing: “Vote for your kids to die with no healthcare and less brown ppl but the joke is capitalism needs cheap foreign workers to exploit so will NEVER reduce immigration so jokes on u.”

Piers Morgan was among the celebrities to slam her, writing angrily:” I think I speak for Britain when I say if

@lilyallen doesn’t like it here, why doesn’t she f*** off?”
Lilly Allen had previously posted a video showing her eyes streaming with tears after reading Labour’s manifesto


She also echoed comments made later by Corbyn, claiming right-wing media were responsible for Labour’s loss.

“Unchecked targeted bespoke propaganda. We need to start taking this seriously,” she tweeted.

Accused by a follower of being a “privilege-denying clown”, she responded: “Oh f*** off I shout out my privilege ever 5 mins.

“It’s because of my privilege and proximity to it that I know what inherently greedy c**** we all are.”

Allen previously grabbed headlines after posting a video of herself apparently overcome at the content of Labour’s manifesto.

Her eyes streaming with tears, she said: “Guys I’ve just watched the Labour manifesto. I think it’s the best manifesto I’ve ever seen.”

The Grammy winner and political activist was one of a host of celebrities to back Corbyn in this election, along with Stormzy and Hugh Grant.

The veteran MP has now said he will step down before the next election – but has not said when that will be.

Meanwhile Boris Johnson enjoyed the Tories’ best election win since 1983, praising the electorate for “smashing the roadblock” on Brexit.


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