Roseanne Barr Launches Bizarre Tirade While 'Explaining' Racist Tweet: 'I Thought the B**** Was White!'
The interview, posted to her YouTube page, quickly went off the rails.
Roseanne Barr launched an ear-splitting tirade as she attempts to "explain" the racist tweet that got her cast off her own sitcom.
In the YouTube clip posted Thursday, the disgraced comedian appeared out of it.
A producer off-camera can be heard trying to coach her, but when he asked about the tweet in which she classified former Obama Valerie Jarrett as "muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby," Barr flipped out.
"I'm trying to talk about Iran!" she yelled. "I'm trying to talk about Valerie Jarrett, who wrote the Iran deal. That’s what my tweet was about.”
As the producer tried to say he understood what she was talking about, Barr, went off the rails, saying, “I thought the b**** was white! goddamn it! I thought the b**** was white!”
The video was posted late Thursday night on her YouTube channel.
The clip was recorded for a new talk show the 65-year-old comedian is launching. But don't expect to see it on any network, it'll be shown only on Barr's YouTube channel, which has 22,000 subscribers.
The rant was taped at a film studio owned by her son Jake in El Segundo, California.
Over the past few days, Barr has uploaded a series of bizarre videos, including a clip called, "Tips from the Domestic Goddess," which includes advice on how to use the restroom while standing up.
Barr says she is no longer doing interviews and says anything she has to say will be said on her YouTube channel.
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