Piers Morgan and his son Spencer Morgan disagreed on Twitter over their views on the Russia-Ukraine war.
The 55-year-old former GMB presenter took to Twitter to disagree with his sports journalist son Spencer, 28, after the younger Morgan shared a tweet.
Spencer tweeted on Tuesday, March 1: “If you aren’t personally prepared to fight I don’t think you can call for direct action that will most likely lead to world war 3.”
Piers hit back at his son, writing: “Strange mindset for a journalist…
“So only serving military can comment on whether military action is justified/necessary when a dictator illegally invades a democratic country?”
Piers calling out his son publicly led to a follower asking him if Spencer was really his son.
A stunned Twitter user replied: “I’m Canadian so forgive me but isn’t Spencer your son? Lol. Are you Twitter beefing your son?”
Piers replied: “He is…. we Morgans enjoy a bit of Twitter beef, even with each other.”
Spencer then retweeted the message and added: “Fortunately, we have brains so can disagree without falling out. A lot of people on here should try it.”
This is not the first time Piers and his son have had a disagreement on Twitter.