ALEC Baldwin snapped and said "go f**k yourself" after a fan called his wife Hilaria a "fraud" for "faking" Spanish heritage for years.
Hilaria, 36, has been feeling the heat after a Twitter user kicked off the storm by claiming she's been using a fake Spanish accent in interviews.
The famous actor, 62, has of course stood by his wife, sharing various cryptic quotes on his Instagram.
Recently, he posted the famous Mark Twain quote: "A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes."
However, some fans weren't having it as one person wrote: "Like your wife being Spanish when she lived in Massachusetts her entire life.
“I take it her accent is fake as well? FRAUDS!”
Alec would fire back: "Go f**k yourself."
That wasn't it as Alec also called another user a "roid boy" after they suggested Hilaria "faked her accent."
Earlier this week, a Twitter user shared an interview of Hilaria speaking in a Spanish accent while on Good Morning America, and captioned it: "Fake Spanish accent debut – this woman grew up in Massachusetts.”
Hilaria was born in Boston by parents who are also said to have been born and raised in Boston.
In another clip from the Today show, Hilaria said during a cooking segment: “We have very few ingredients. We have tomatoes, we have, um, how do you say in English, cucumbers.”
The person wrote alongside the clip: “Here she is pretending not to know how to say cucumber in English.”
From the get go, Alec stood up for Hilaria as he said: “Just a lot of s**t.
“You have to kind of hack your way through the debris of Twitter. Twitter is just a vast orchard of crap.
“And I have certainly slung some crap in that orchard myself every now and then with things I’ve said. So, that’s not lost on me that I’m guilty of that as well.”
“But I would publicly dump Twitter tomorrow."
However, the yoga instructor, whose birth name is Hilary, was also quick to defend herself with a lengthy video on Instagram.
She said: “There’s been some questions about where I’m born, I’m born in Boston. I’ve spent some of my childhood in Boston, some of my childhood in Spain.
"My family, my brother, my parents, my nephew, everyone is over there in Spain now. I’m here. There was a lot of back and forth my entire life.”
As for her on-again-off-again Spanish accent she explained: “I’m really lucky that I grew up speaking two languages. I am that person that if I’ve been speaking a lot of Spanish I tend to mix them.
"If I’m speaking more English then I mix that. It’s one of those things I’ve been a little insecure about… If I get nervous or upset I start to mix the two.”
Hilaria also explained: "When I was growing up in this country I would use the name Hilary and in Spain I use Hilaria."
She added: "Yes I am a white girl. Let’s be very clear Europe has a lot of white people in there. My family is white. Ethnically I’m a mix of many things. It’s really as simple as that.
"That’s who I am. You can’t change your background. Not that I would want to. I’m really, really proud of who I am.”
While social media users everywhere have been ripping and roasting Hilaria through it all, celebrities have also joined in as standup comic Amy Schumer posed in an over-sized hat and sunglasses.
Amy then captioned the now-deleted snap: “I get it. I went to Spain a couple times and love it too.”
MTV’s Nev Schulman also offered to provide his services to Alec by tweeting: “On this weeks episode of #catfish, we help @AlecBaldwin find out if @hilariabaldwin really is who she says she is…”
Hilaria and Alec share children Carmen Gabriela, seven, Rafael Thomas, five, Leonardo Ángel Charles, four, Romeo Alejandro David, two, and Eduardo, who was born in September.
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