‘Watch out, Mike’: Alec Baldwin Channels His Inner Liam Neeson To Threaten Fan On Twitter, Deletes Tweet

Hollywood star Alec Baldwin was involved in an embarrassing Twitter spat with a fan on Twitter. The actor later deleted the tweet directed at the fan. The fan had joked about the unfortunate incident where Baldwin had accidentally shot two people on a movie set, killing one and injuring the other. We take a closer look at this Twitter exchange in this article.


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Alec Baldwin Spars With a Fan on Twitter

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It all started with Alec Baldwin Tweeting a criticism of former President Donald Trump in the context of the ongoing January 6th investigation. The actor had tweeted:

“Trump tried to strangle a Secret Service agent. I mean…what more do you need?” 

After this, a person on Twitter going by the handle @mwreyes countered Alec Baldwin with a joke about the infamous shooting incident. He wrote: “Better than shooting you cinematographer “


To which Baldwin replied: “When I’m finally not charged with any crime, I’ll come find you so you can apologize.” “I’ll find you, Mike.”

After this exchange, Alec Baldwin deleted his tweet. However, the person with whom the exchange took place shared a screenshot of the back and forth.


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The Unfortunate Shooting Incident Involving The Star

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The infamous incident took place at Bonanza Creek Ranch in New Mexico on October 21, 2021, on the set of the film Rust. Alec Balwin’s prop gun went off, killing cinematographer Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza. After this, Hutchins’ family had filed a wrongful death lawsuit. What do you think of the bizarre Twitter exchange? Let us know your opinion in the comments section below.


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