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Jeff Dubay, Sean Barnard waging social media war on each other

Barnard (left): "Everyone told me to defend myself, so I am. Jeff went back on social today and blasted me. Enough is enough."
Barnard (left): "Everyone told me to defend myself, so I am. Jeff went back on social today and blasted me. Enough is enough."

After his podcast was abruptly dropped by the Tom Barnard Network last week, Jeff Dubay took to Facebook and broadsided Sean Barnard, Tom's nephew and GM of the network, calling him "a genuinely bad person with no sense of ethics or professionalism whatsoever who let's his alcoholism dictate how he conducts business."

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Here's the Facebook rant Jeff Dubay deleted after he was abruptly fired by Tom Barnard

Dubay then went off the social media grid for a few days by deleting both his Twitter and Facebook. But yesterday, he reactivated his Facebook long enough yesterday to take new shots at Barnard.

Here's what Dubay posted:

Jeff Dubay, Sean Barnard waging social media war on each other


That prompted Barnard to go on the offensive:

Dubay, for what it's worth, confirmed that he is in fact broke:

Jeff Dubay, Sean Barnard waging social media war on each other


But Barnard didn't leave it at that.

(For more, click to page two.)

 

More from Barnard:

Barnard's comment about Dubay "sending a rude text to his co-worker and firing her" pertains to the way he allegedly treated his podcast cohost, Dianne Murphy.

Here's what Murphy had to say about that last week:

Dubay also addressed the Di situation on Facebook. Suffice it to say he didn't deny he's not a huge fan of her work:

Jeff Dubay, Sean Barnard waging social media war on each other


Here's what Di had to say about Dubay's characterization of her:

Barnard went on to say he doesn't believe Dubay is back on drugs, but he simply felt compelled to hop on Twitter and defend himself in response to Dubay's attempts at character assassination.

(For more, click to page three.)

 

"Was a low blow of [Dubay] to call me an alcoholic," Barnard tweeted.

Barnard also said it's incorrect to say the Tom Barnard Network "fired" Dubay:

Echoing Di, Barnard also insinuated that posting Dubay's texts wouldn't exactly reflect well on him:

Stay tuned!

-- Follow Aaron Rupar on Twitter at @atrupar. Got a tip? Drop him a line at arupar@citypages.com.


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