Mo’Nique knows what it’s like to be blackballed in Hollywood, she says. For that reason, speaking out in support of friends is paramount to the actress and comedian, she explained in a recent interview.
Updated Friday, July 20 at 1:34 PM EDT: Well, here’s a predictable plot twist.
In another life, maybe Roseanne Barr was a cop or something. Or, maybe this is just peak caucasity at work. Either way, it looks like we may not be getting rid of the washed-up comedian any time soon, at least not after her racist rant a little less than two months ago.
OK. Jerry Seinfeld, producer and creator of Seinfeld, a show that, like most other New York City-based sitcoms of the ’90s (see Friends, Sex and the City, etc.), had no black people in them, has expressed bewilderment and perhaps sadness that ABC fired Roseanne Barr after she referred to a black woman as an ape,…
Actor Jason Mitchell, best known for his role as Eazy-E in Straight Outta Compton, told Entertainment Tonight’s Nischelle Turner that he sees no wrong in Roseanne Barr.
Roseanne, beloved, the lesson here was to delete your account. Unfortunately for us, learning lessons isn’t exactly Roseanne Barr’s forte.
ABC canceled Roseanne on Tuesday after its star Roseanne Barr sent out a tweet saying that former Barack Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett was the child of the Muslim Brotherhood and Planet of the Apes. Although Roseanne would later claim it wasn’t, everyone with a brain knew that the tweet was racist, and ABC acted…
Let’s all collectively take our minds off the very racist and problematic wart on America’s flabby white ass, Roseanne Barr’s peak caucasity, and focus on a few other wypipo in the world who need to be stopped. She exhausts me, but honestly, all wypipo do.
Roseanne Barr just can’t stay away from Twitter, but it makes sense that she has to find something to spend her time on nowadays since she’s out of a job. In a series of now-deleted tweets, Barr explained how she was in full grovel mode with ABC executives when it came to trying to keep her show on the air.
Y’all, Roseanne Barr has pissed Bill O’Reilly all the way off.
For the past few days I have been searching throughout my house for a fuck to give about the people who lost their jobs because of Roseanne Barr’s antics.
In the fallout over ABC’s cancellation of “Rosanne” over star Rosanne Barr’s racist tweet, much of the commentary congratulatory, some critics raised a challenging question: How can the media cater to red-state voters without mainstreaming the racism that too many of them embrace?
Sterling K. Brown, Keegan-Michael Key and Brian Tyree Henry shared their thoughts on Roseanne Barr’s racist tweets and the canceling of her show by ABC during a red carpet for Hotel Artemis this week.
It took Roseanne Barr a little more than 60 days to destroy the reboot of her ABC show by simply being herself. Roseanne has been, and continues to be, a riled-up, white-supremacist-leaning, conspiracy-theorist-loving, “Make America Great America”-hat-wearing troll on Twitter.
Updated: Wednesday, May 30, 2018, 10:15 a.m. EDT: Earlier this morning, The Root reached out to drug manufacturer Sanofi, the company behind Ambien, to ask what it thought about the fact that Roseanne Barr blamed her racism on its sleep aid. Ashleigh Koss, head of media relations, had this to say:
By now you have probably already heard that ABC canceled Roseanne after its star, actress-comedian Roseanne Barr, made a horrifyingly racist tweet at the expense of Valerie Jarrett—a former senior adviser to President Barack Obama.
Updated: Tuesday, May 29, 2018, 3:08 p.m. EDT: And Roseanne Barr has been dropped by her talent agency!
My capacity for being surprised by white people acting white is shrinking at an exponential rate. It was never a generous amount, but what was already small is getting even smaller. That said, I was somewhat surprised by the amount of surprise so many (white) people seemed to possess when they discovered within the…