Meredith Vieira's tweets mystify her followers

Rob Kim/Getty ImagesMeredith Vieira attends the Broadcasting and Cable 23rd annual Hall of Fame Awards dinner at The Waldorf=Astoria on October 28

Someone needs to school Meredith Vieira in the art of tweeting, if her bizarre series of posts is any indication.

Gawker put up around 10 of her Twitter posts about, er, some folks named “Mo” and “Breezy.”

“Breezy oi,” read one, and another said “Month cashin.” “Family in Breezypoi,” “Month and fami,” and “Today I am thinkinbg” were others.

WTH? She tried to clear it up with this tweet: “Not drunk … just incompetent. Just bear with me. Stu.”

Hear that, Stu? Hang in there. She’s just incompetent.

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