William Shatner Slams Millennials After Being Labeled A 'Boomer' On Twitter

William Shatner Slams Millennials After Being Labeled A 'Boomer' On Twitter
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William Shatner struck back at Twitter users attempting to 'age shame' him by calling him a 'boomer.' As The Daily Mail reports:

Star Trek actor William Shatner waded into a generational row last night as he took aim at the catchphrase 'OK Boomer' and feuded with a Twitter user who had blamed older people for millennial 'hardships'.  

The jibe 'OK Boomer' has become popular among millennials and the younger Generation Z, who use it to show exasperation with older people and their opinions. 

One Twitter user aimed it at Shatner yesterday but the Hollywood veteran, who was born in 1931, fired back: 'Sweetheart, that's a compliment for me.' 

Warming to his theme, Shatner said he would 'wear that badge with honor' and embarked on a heated row with a millennial user, eventually calling her 'divaesque'.

 
Are Shatner's Millienial critics right, is he merely an 'out of touch Boomer?' Or does Shatner have the better of it: knowing that Millienials are one of the most spoiled and entitled generations yet?
 Source: American Update

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