The TV presenter got into a heated argument with a fan on Twitter
Frank Edoho is a TV presenter and also a popular Chelsea fan, he recently got into an online argument with another Twitter user and the conversation caught the attention of other users.
Actually this is not the first time something of this nature has happened with Frank, but the sleekness with which he replied his assailant was very professional.
The fan who goes by Stephen Gobrachev sent the tv presenter the following message:
'Says the fella who gets dragged to the mud each day. Lmfaooooooo!'
Frank was never going to take a hit lying down and the Chelsea fan responded with a more fashionable banter.
'Obviously you are a child and you don't have facts to back up your charade. I get dragged because I stand for something and most people that come for me, go back with body parts missing'
He finishes off by calling Stephen Gobrachev 'little' and a 'premature zygote'
Frank's response seemed to end the argument.
Twitter users reacted to the heated but hilarious argument :
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