David Edgar has accused Michael Stewart of being part of a co-ordinated group aiming to undermine Sevco.
The popular pundit highlighted the club endorsing The Famine Song which celebrates and mocks the deaths of over one million people during the 19th century.
Yesterday the Ibrox club launched their fourth kit of the season with Sloop John B (I wanna go home) selected for the background tune. At the end of August nine Ibrox fans were arrested for singing their version of the song through the centre of Glasgow.
While most media outlets chose to ignore the issue Stewart picked up on it this morning with a torrent of abuse flowing his way on Twitter.
Recently Edgar lost two regulars from his Heart & Hand podcast after some of their tweets were highlighted by the Daily Record.
After the issue was highlighted subscriptions to Heart & Hand soared, H&H are official media partners at Ibrox with a regular invite to Mister Gerrard’s media conferences.
Coordinated you say! pic.twitter.com/lpaUFgZ8DR
— Michael Stewart (@mstewart_23) October 15, 2021