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William Shatner George Takei, his “Star Trek” co-star, received a befitting reply, who mocked the 90-year-old actor’s body shape during his historic flight into space this week.

Taking to Twitter on Friday night, Shatner accused Takei of being relevant only when he name-checks her.


“Don’t hate George. He only gets press when he talks badly about me,” Shatner’s tweet reads.

It continues: “He claims that 50+ years ago I took a camera angle that deprived him of more than 30 seconds of prime time TV. I’m giving it back to him now, giving him the world spit out your hatred to see Bill the [pig emoji]”

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The latest development happened this week when Techie made fun of Shatner’s fitness during his flight Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin.

“He’s boldly going where others have gone before,” said the 84-year-old Takei page six When Shatner was asked about making history as the oldest person to go into space.

“He’s a guinea pig, 90 years old and it’s important to find out what happens,” Takei added at the opening.thoughts of a colorful man“On Wednesday night.

“So a 90 year old man is going to show a lot on wear and tear on the human body, so he would be a good specimen to study. However he is not the fittest specimen of a 90 year old, so he would be a specimen that Inappropriate!”

The actors have famously feuded in the public sphere over the years. Takei accuses Shatner of neglecting him on set, as well as changing the script of “Star Trek V” so that Takei’s character does not command a spaceship.

Takei has also slammed the “TJ Hooker” star as “too self-centered”.

Blue Origin Vice President of Mission and Flight Operations Audrey Powers (L) walks with Star Trek actor William Shatner for media availability at the landing pad of Blue Origin's New Shepard as they visit on October 13, 2021 near Van Horn, Texas flew in space.

Shatner has also taken shots in the techie. He once claimed that Takei is doing something “festive”, and it makes him sad that he takes it on me. He called the public condemnation of Takei “tragic”.

90-year-old actor joins Blue Origin Vice President of New Shepard Mission and Flight Operations audrey powers Also Dr. Chris Boshuizen and Glenn De Vries blasted off Wednesday in the aerospace company’s latest suborbital spaceflight.

Granthshala News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.