What’s worse than having your boss find your irate work-related Twitter feed? 

Um, maybe having him publicly shame you on it.

Brookline-bred Conan O’Brien fired back at one of his writers, Andrés du Bouchet, for posting an expletive-laced Twitter rant about his fellow late-night comedians.

The “Late Night” host responded yesterday:





Du Bouchet’s Thursday night Tweets were quickly deleted (The Hollywood Reporter managed to preserve them in text form), but they appeared to throw major shade at shenanigans like lip-syncing and HashTag Wars — a la Jimmy Fallon and Comedy Central’s “@Midnight,” respectively.  He later went back to Twitter to post remorse for his actions (“Sorry for being a bloviating elitist windbag last night. I know tons of talented people are making the stuff I enjoy shitting all over.”) — but those, too, have been deleted.

Camp Conan confirmed to that du Bouchet is still a writer on the show, and when asked for further comment, their response was simple: “Conan’s tweet is all he is going to say on the matter.”

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