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Comic Davies gets death threats over Hillsborough rant
But some sick fans took to Twitter to threaten the comedian and warn him he will be killed if he ever steps foot in the city.
Speaking during his podcast The Tuesday Club Davies said: “Liverpool and the 15th – that gets on my tits, that sh*t. What are you talking about ‘We won’t play on the day’? Why can’t they? COMIC Alan Davies has received death threats after he slammed Liverpool FC for refusing to play on the anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy.
The QI star’s rant over the club’s refusal to stage matches on April 15 in tribute to the 96 fans who lost their lives in 1989 has upset many.
“My mum died on August 22nd. I don’t stay in all day then.
“Do they play on the date of the Heysel Stadium disaster? How many dates do they not play on?”
He has donated £1,000 to the Hillsborough Justice Campaign but that wasn’t enough for some fans who posted their outrage on Twitter.
One wrote: “Go kill yourself, you horrible c***, disrepecting people who lost their lives, come to liverpool so you get what you deserve”.
Another posted: “Absolutely shocking comments from you, all respect lost C***, try going to liverpool now you will f****** die”.
One added: “stay out of Liverpool you c*** Davies. God I’d love to be there when you get what you deserve. Sleep with one eye open you c***.”
But the many Liverpool fans attacked the death threat fans.
One Tweeted: “Whatever he said this reaction is out of order, morons.”
REACTION: Comic Davies has sparked