“Paul – Three suggestions: 1. Add a picture of yourself to your Twitter profile, 2. Think about what you Tweet before you write [and] 3. I’ll leave you to guess this one…,” she wrote.
She previously addressed the intense criticism in an interview with the Daily Mirror, quipping: “I’m on telly, I’m in your home, so if you want to criticise me, fine – but I’m not there to be abused.”
“You don’t abuse someone while they’re doing their job.”
While Naga condemned “racist, sexist and bigoted comments”, Charlie has also had his own share of negative comments from trolls.
You can read the full interview with Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt in this week’s Radio Times, out now.