More than one month after Roseanne Barr posted an offensive tweet about ex-Obama aide Valerie Jarrett, which led to ABC canceling "Roseanne," the star shared a bizarre YouTube video addressing the backlash.
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In the video posted on her own YouTube page Thursday, the 65-year-old is seen speaking to an unidentified individual out of camera view with a cigarette in hand.
"I'm trying to talk about Iran! I'm trying to talk about Valerie Jarrett wrote the Iran deal," Barr said. "That's what my tweet was about." She eventually begins yelling in the clip.
“I thought the [expletive] was white!” Barr yelled. “... I thought the [expletive] was white!”
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In the expletive-laced video, the comedian proclaimed she thought Jarrett was white.
The since-deleted tweet likened Jarrett to a product of the “Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes.” ABC network officials condemned her comments as “abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values.”
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“I’m not a racist, I never was & I never will be,” Barr said in response to the critics in May on Twitter . “One stupid joke in a lifetime of fighting 4 civil rights 4 all minorities, against networks, studios, at the expense of my nervous system/family/wealth will NEVER b taken from me.”
According to Variety.com, Barr had told fans she would appear in a TV interview, then decided to instead film a clip herself.
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“After a lot of thought, I decided that I won’t be doing any TV interviews, too stressful & untrustworthy 4 me & my fans. I’m going to film it myself & post it on my youtube channel in the next week-the entire explanation of what happened & why! I love you all-sign up & get ready,” she tweeted.
The comedian previously expressed "remorse" over the tweet, telling Rabbi Shmuley Boteach she "never would have wittingly called any black person...a monkey."
“I have to face that it hurt people,” she said in the emotional interview. “When you hurt people even unwillingly there’s no excuse. I don’t want to run off and blather on with excuses. But I apologize to anyone who thought, or felt offended and who thought that I meant something that I, in fact, did not mean. It was my own ignorance, and there’s no excuse for that ignorance.”