Meghan’s Banana Messages

Meghan Markle’s banana writing has caused some controversy. The Duchess and Prince Harry stopped by a charity, called One25, in Bristol the other day and while there Meghan decided to write words of encouragement on a bunch of bananas that were being handed out—as part of a whole meal—to sex workers. Cue the ridicule.

Piers Morgan started the criticism by writing “Giving a sex worker a banana is clearly exposing them to potential mockery.”

Of course, Meghan’s half-sister Samantha Markle jumped on the bandwagon and tweeted, “I was hoping my sister would give them each a beautiful bouquet of flowers, words of strength, and enough money to change their lives. That is what #humanitarians do. Bananas? WTF.”

Andrea Kelly Shares Her Abuse Story

R. Kelly’s ex-wife appeared on “Good Morning Britain” and said the stories she watched on the Lifetime docuseries rang true to her. Andrea Kelly told hosts Piers Morgan and Susana Reid that while married to the singer, she was verbally, emotionally, physically and sexually abused.

When asked if she thinks her ex is a serial abuser, she stated that “yes he is an abuser,” but refused to comment on the other women’s claims as she did not experience them herself.

Stick To What You Know

Piers Morgan thinks Kanye West needs to stay in his lane. The Brit told TMZ that he thinks the rapper has become “a joke” and that Kanye distancing himself from the President and politics is probably the smartest decision he has made lately. Piers thinks Yeezy needs to “chill on talking politics ‘cause the dude can’t make up his mind on where he stands.” The 53-year-old does support Kanye being a gun control advocate however, and thinks that he should launch a campaign for the cause.

Dad Bond

Piers Morgan blasted Daniel Craig on social media when a photo surfaced of the Bond actor carrying his infant child in a papoose-like chest harness. Morgan captioned the pic “Oh 007 … not you as well?” with the hashtag #emasculatedBond. But the Twitterverse swiftly came to Craig’s defense. Actors Chris Evans, Don Cheadle, Chris D’Elia and even the official Twitter account for Dictionary.com came to the rescue. (Dictionary.com’s Twitter account indicated that there’s nothing emasculating about caring for your child.)