Keith Olbermann breaks his silence via Twitter

keith-olbermann-gi.jpgKeith Olbermann has spoken up for the first time following his abrupt departure from MSNBC

Taking to Twitter Monday (Jan. 24) afternoon, Olbermann promised his followers that "At exactly 8 Eastern tonight I will issue my first tweet. Well, other than THIS one."

True to his word, at promptly 8 pm he tweeted, "Citizens Of The Free World: Greetings! ........ (more to come) #FOK."

The hashtag #FOK standing for "Friends of Keith."

At 8:10 pm he continued, "My humble thanks to all Friends of Keith for the many kind words. The reports of the death of my career are greatly exaggerated #FOK."

After going silent for some time, just before 9:00, he posted a photo of himself in a Yankees hat and hoodie, accompanied by "Trending in 45 minutes! You guys are so good, you get a "Hellooooooo!" (it was cold here today) #FOK."

It wasn't until approximately 10:18 pm that some useful information was posted.

"A little birdie (or possibly a robot skeleton) advises all #FOK to watch @CraigyFerg tonight (that's always true, but especially tonight)," he hints.

"The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" airs at 12:35 am EST. 

Rumors have been buzzing that the controversial host could be collaborating with on Friday (Jan. 21). Aaron Sorkin on a comedy pilot that centers around cable news, but after breaking his contract it's not likely Olbermann will be able to appear on television for a set amount of time. Though he would not likely be restricted from radio or internet.

What do you think he's got in the works?

Stay tuned, as we will be updating as the tweets come in.  
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