And it now appears that his own flesh and blood are not safe from his quick tongue.
The former newspaper editor who is famous for quizzing people on their views has been challenging people in recent weeks who have made light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Piers Morgan is no stranger to holding people to account and his latest social media spat was no different, despite coming head to head with his own son, Spencer Morgan
Spencer, 27, who recently returned from a booze-fuelled trip to Ibiza, dismissed the pandemic on his social media account – much to the dismay of his father.
Good Morning Britain’s Piers Morgan has taken his social media spats to a new extreme.
Piers, 55, has remained vocal over recent months surrounding the coronavirus health and safety guidelines but it appears his views haven’t rubbed off on his son, Spencer.
Spencer opted to share his thoughts on the matter, retweeting the post with the comment: “Literally who cares,” a comment which didn’t go down well with his dad.
The original tweet said: “BREAKING: Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood accused of bringing back girls to hotel room in Iceland in breach of quarantine rules.”
Monday saw Spencer retweet an article about footballers Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood who breached the quarantine rules after allegedly being caught with girls in their Reykjavik hotel room.
Shortly after seeing his son’s tweet, Piers instantly hit back in rage with: “I’d imagine all the people they have now massively inconvenienced with their selfless, reckless behaviour including their England & club colleagues who have abided by the rules to ensure football matches can be played.”
While a second added: “Their employers, as they have broken rules they are young privileged adults so now all that should happen is they take responsibility, accept the consequences & learn from it and that should be the end of it!”
Fans instantly hit out at Spencer, with one saying: “Probably every other player in the squad with families that they want to protect from the virus. Also, Foden’s club manager’s mum died of Covid so he probably cares what his player gets up to as well.”
The pair have previously come to blows on social media due to their difference in opinion.
“I care, I care for all the vulnerable people still isolating, I care for all the doctors and nurses who have been through hell and I care for all the care homes who still can’t allow visitors,” added a third.
Just last month, socialite Spencer joked that he was ready to wash his hands of his dad.