Max went on to claim that, having worked with Boris in the past, the latter “cares for nothing but his own fame and gratification”.
When Monty then decided to share the article with his 247,000 followers, it prompted one Twitter user named @HughNTJohnson to respond.
“No politics Monty, you work for BBC, tax payers don’t need to pay for opinions, just gardening,” he wrote.
Clearly not happy by the tweet, Monty hit back, tweeting: “For the record I don’t work for the BBC- i work for myself. (sic)