"I am so sorry you thought I was racist and you thought my tweet was racist, because it wasn't".
Roseanne Barr, the embroiled television star whose namesake show was canceled after she tweeted racist sentiments about a former Obama administration official, said Thursday night that she's not a racist.
"This is the kind of an interview where I won't interrupt a lot". Barr said it upset her to think how the accusations affected minority members of her family.
Barr revealed that her most recent contract with ABC gave her 24 hours to correct any tweet that might be controversial, but that ABC would not let her go on shows like The View to explain the remarks she made about Jarrett. The comedian eventually did, saying that she was sorry for her "ill-worded tweet" and said she would tell Jarrett that she is sorry "that you feel harm and hurt".
Unfortunately, in typical Roseanne fashion, the comedian didn't stop there, saying, "Plus I'd tell her she's gotta get a new haircut, I mean seriously, she needs a new haircut". I made a mistake.
Despite this, Roseanne has insisted she's entitled to her own opinions and that the racism storm hasn't led her to reevaluate her political position.
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"It cost me everything", Barr said.
Valerie Jarrett, the former Obama adviser and close friend of the power couple, secured a lucrative book deal just like her buddies, and it's slated to hit store shelves in 2019, the Washington Postreports.
Boteach repeatedly returned to the way that "Martin Luther King Jr., the greatest American of the twentieth century" had forgiven people who had been racist toward him.
In June, ABC announced The Conners, a revival to replace Roseanne minus the creative and financial input of Barr. "I live on an island where it's all brown people".
In another moment, she made fun of Jarrett's haircut after delivering a rambling non-apology that mostly seemed to blame Jarrett for being offended by the tweet in the first place. Beyond her racially offensive tweet being "abhorrent" to the company's values, ABC executives had to realize that because there little chance of controlling the star of their biggest show, they had reason for knots in their stomachs, dreading more unwelcome surprises.
'It wasn't my show and doing what I wanted.