Roseanne Barr Apologizes To Valerie Jarrett, Then Immediately Mocks Her Haircut

Roseanne Barr Apologizes To Valerie Jarrett, Then Immediately Mocks Her Haircut

"Actually I was hacked!" "I agreed to the settlement in order that 200 jobs of beloved cast and crew could be saved, and I wish the best for everyone involved", Barr said in a June statement after the new show was picked up. It's been two months. When asked if she's ever been hospitalized for mental-health issues, she told Hannity, "Honey, that's like going to the beach for me".

'I was so sad that people thought [the tweet] was racist.

'It wasn't my show and doing what I wanted. "Why couldn't they see my work?"

"I'd tell more jokes about myself than I do anybody else, because to me, comedy is very personal, and that's what makes it amusing", she explained. "It cost me everything". My life's work, everything. I made a mistake and I've paid the price for it. She also repeated her claim that she did not know that Jarrett was black prior to writing the tweet.

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Barr also discussed her political journey from the far left to what she feels is the center, pointing to extremism on both sides of the spectrum.

During the hour-long interview, Roseanne reiterated her regret and insisted that rather than being deliberately racist, her tweet was just poorly worded. And I'm sorry for the misunderstanding that caused my ill-worded tweet. And for that I apologize. And for that I apologize.

"I'm sorry that you feel harm and hurt, I never meant that".

But, in an interview with the Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity, Barr claimed: "I didn't know she was African-American". In an earlier podcast interview, she told her fans, "Don't defend me".

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She did not clarify what she believed was Jarrett's involvement in the agreement.

"'I am a creative genius, and this is not a good feeling for an artist to be treated this way, and it's not a good feeling for a citizen, either", she said. "This isn't what keeps me up at night". I was filming this thing, my real apology followed it. People were like you are not addressing this correctly. "Now, after they misquoted the tweet for weeks, now they don't even include it and they go 'Roseane's racist tweet.' And they just keep shoving it down everybody's throat". He said, "This is an opportunity in many ways for her". Jarrett smiled and responded, "Roseanne who?" She said she was stunned by the negative reaction to the tweet, which Hannity noted was almost universal. They were appearing at that venue because Donny, the owner, had offered them the studio in which they had recorded the four podcasts since Barr's fateful tweet.

Barr made headlines after she tweeted in May that Jarrett, who is African-American and was born in Iran, was as though the "muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby".

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