With every new excerpt revealed from his forthcoming memoir, “Spare” — be it the altercation with his balding brother William, his frostbitten penis or the time he slept with an older woman who “treated [him] like a young stallion” — the internet is having a ball.
In fact, Twitter users have taken it upon themselves to remix some of the stories the Duke of Sussex has shared, making the press tour even more entertaining. Briefly impersonating BBC News, culture writer Hanna Phifer decided to craft a few hilarious tweets showcasing Harry’s “revelations.”
One tweet read, “In his forthcoming memoir, Prince Harry writes about seeing Meghan in a bonnet for the first time. ‘From that moment, I knew I wanted to protect her the way satin protects her afro hair.’” Another tweet referenced a line from the hit series “Girlfriends,” while one poked fun at Tyler Perry’s Madea character. (Lest we forget Perry is Lilibet’s godfather.)
With over 30,000 likes on the aforementioned tweet alone, many users likely presumed that Phifer was letting these stories sit in her drafts for weeks, plotting on the right time to press send. The 27-year-old writer told HuffPost, “I am not as calculated as people probably think I am.”
However, this isn’t her first time impersonating outlets on the bird app; she once changed her profile picture and Twitter handle to…