Alec Baldwin still hostile, full of rage

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It has been a while since Alec Baldwin went on an insane, rage-filled rant. But just when you thought he may have chilled out, he goes and threatens to “fuck up” a journalist.

All of this went down because of a Twitter misunderstanding, which is the most serious of all misunderstandings.

The actor and his wife Hilaria attended James Gandolfini’s funeral in New York City on Thursday. After leaving the funeral, Hilaria re-tweeted  a message that celebrity chef Rachael Ray posted hours earlier.

Daily Mail writer George Stark wrote a frivolous (and probably false) story about how Hilaria was tweeting during the funeral breathlessly entitled, “Alec Baldwin’s pregnant wife TWEETS about Rachael Ray and anniversary gifts during James Gandolfini’s funeral.”

Que Alec Baldwin’s rage blackout.

He first tweeted, “Someone wrote that my wife was tweeting at a funeral. Hey. That’s not true. But I’m gonna tweet at your funeral.”

Baldwin then linked to the Daily Mail story and wrote, “George Stark, you lying little bitch. I’m gonna f%#@ you up.”

Things got a little homophobic when Baldwin tweeted, “If put my fucking foot up your ass, but I’m sure you’d dig it too much” and called Stark a “toxic little queen.”

Gawker took a screenshot of the exchange before Baldwin deleted his Twitter account for the umpteenth time:

Alec Baldwin Twitter rant
Alec Baldwin Twitter rant
Alec Baldwin Twitter rant
Alec Baldwin Twitter rant

Baldwin’s final tweets were about how he no longer has a publicist, who probably went and had celebratory martinis after he or she was fired.

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