[blackbirdpie url=”https://twitter.com/#!/MissKatiePrice/status/161081780588380160″]

[blackbirdpie url=”https://twitter.com/#!/MissKatiePrice/status/161085470879657984″]

[blackbirdpie url=”https://twitter.com/#!/MissKatiePrice/status/161088581291622400″]

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Though speculation is rife that her account has been hacked, perhaps we would be wrong to jump to conclusions.

After all, her Twitter bio does state: “Never under estimate the pricey!! [sic]”.

  1. @Michael Short – because PR works both ways…her PR also generated clicks to this site. The majority of what you read is the result of similar manipulation.

  2. It was a marketing stunt for Snickers. There’s a tweet in the timeline afterwards which says something along the lines of ‘you’re not yourself when you’re hungry. Grab a snickers’

  3. “And Guido Fawkes is a muck raking parasite.” So this excuses the muck ? The muck was not generated by Guido now, was it ? Alan Douglas

  4. Depends on the muck – some of it needs exposing, some of it isn’t as bad as Guido pretends (he needs attention), and some of it is flat out inaccurate.

    Bottom line is that we need reporters and journalists, not muck rakers.

  5. Wow, nice trolling, managed to bring an article about Katie Price advertising Snickers to slagging off Guido Fawkes. It’s a long leap from one to the other, so well done.

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