Piers Morgan has been angering quite a few bibliophiles on Twitter in recent weeks.
Piers has been in a battle of 180 characters with JK Rowling for quite a while, as the two have had some political disagreements.
In the midst of the war of words, Harry Potter fans have begun tweeting Piers Morgan the contents of the Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone novel in it's entirety, and the journalist has had it up to here with the Hogwarts-themed tweets.
Hi @E_L_James, any chance you could start tweeting me one of your books? I need some relief from this Harry Potter crap.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 15, 2017
Seeking some respite, Piers tweeted Fifty Shades of Grey author E.L James, asking for a quote from her from one of her popular erotic novels.
E.L James proceeded to perfectly troll the journalist, by tweeting back a line from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
Clearly missing the joke, Piers responded to the perceived dig with: "Fortunately none of your characters would ever risk over-exposure…"
@piersmorgan 'I believed that the more exposure I got in the press, the better my career would progress. Trouble was, I became overexposed'
— E L James (@E_L_James) February 15, 2017
The quote is, of course, not even from Fifty Shades of Grey, but is in fact from a scene in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets between Defence Against the Dark Arts Professor Gilderoy Lockhart and Harry Potter.
Clearly E.L James has JK Rowling's back in this battle.
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) February 14, 2017
The Harry Potter author also made a pretty funny joke at Piers's expense on Valentine's Day, as she posted a gushing review about her contribution to children's literacy.
While JK Rowling feigned the anonymity of the post for the sake of satire, it was quickly revealed on Twitter that it was Piers Morgan himself who had written the piece a few years ago.
"I bet he's having a monumental trumpesque meltdown," replied one follower.
It might be time for Piers to take a little Twitter break now, no?