‘Ungrateful T**t’: Peaches Geldof Blasts Alex Turner Over BRIT Awards Acceptance Speech

Peaches Geldof is the latest to react to Alex Turner’s controversial acceptance speech at the 2014 BRIT Awards this week and she doesn’t hold back with her criticism of the Arctic Monkeys frontman, calling him an “ungrateful t**t.”

‘R U Mine?’ singer Turner caused a stir at the star-studded awards ceremony on Wednesday, held at London’s O2 Arena, when he began rambling through the band’s acceptance speech after winning British Album for ‘AM,’ saying “rock’n’roll will never die.”

The rocker then dropped the microphone on the floor before telling the BRIT producers they can invoice him for the damage. Clearly not impressed, Peaches, who got into a public row with Katie Hopkins last month, posted clips of Turner’s speech on Instagram, writing: “Alex Turner acting like a pure t**t #bethankfula**ehole.

She continued in a lengthy rant: “Alex Turner Brits speech massacre. There’s one thing “f**king the system” and there’s another thing when the system is your livelihood and you’re just a well-oiled cog in it, no matter the amount of “ker-azay rock n roll antics” and grandiose pseudo-intellectual statements.

“He used to come across as such a sincere, intelligent and humble genuinely talented guy. Now he’s turned into an ungrateful t**t with glaring insecurity issues. “Invoice me for the mic?” Why don’t you shove it up your bum on the way out mate. The fans made you who you are today, don’t be such an absolute t****r.”

In his controversial speech, Turner said: “That rock’n’roll, eh? That rock’n’roll, it just won’t go away. It might hibernate from time to time, sink back into the swamp. I think the cyclical nature of the universe in which it exists demands that acquiesce to some of its rules.

“But it’s always waiting there, just around the corner. Ready to make its way back through the sludge and smash through the glass ceiling, looking better than ever. Yeah, that rock’n’roll, it seems like it’s faded sometimes, but it will never die. And then there’s nothing you can do about it.”