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Twitter rails on Chris Cuomo after bizarre coronavirus meltdown

Twitter responded to TV host Chris Cuomo’s bizarre radio meltdown with one phrase Tuesday: “Fredo!”

The brother of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo had gone all existential on his satellite tv for pc present Monday night time after his battle with the coronavirus, claiming, “I don’t like what I do professionally. I don’t suppose it’s price my time.”

However many tweeters didn’t take too kindly to what they described as bratty feedback from a privileged CNN star — who additionally famously let free a profanity-laced tirade final summer time towards a critic for calling him “Fredo,” referring to the hapless son of Vito Corleone within the traditional mob flick “The Godfather.”

“FREDO FREDO FREDO FREDO FREDO FREDO,” one particular person wrote.

One other mentioned, “As all the time. it’s all about Fredo-Chris….such a cry child.”

One tweeter referred to the well-known “Godfather” scene wherein a personality finally ends up with a horse head in his mattress as a message from Corleone to get in line.

@ChrisCuomo AKA Fredo is gonna find yourself with a horse head in his mattress,” the poster mentioned.

A Twitter person added of Cuomo’s publicized wrestle with the contagion, “Expensive Chris, I’m so sorry you had the flu! I work with most cancers sufferers! I simply noticed an 18-year-old die. Inform me once more how had it was for you.”

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