Kevin Wendt on Astrid Loch Breakup: Sorry, I’m the Worst!

After watching Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon's engagement happen right in front of him, Kevin Wendt remained in Paradise … for a little while.

This week, he broke up with Astrid, catching her totally off guard. The two of them went home.

Now, they've both taken to social media to address the breakup and how fans have responded.

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If you've already seen this week's Bachelor in Paradise recap, you know that Kevin Wendt totally blindsided Astrid Loch by breaking up with her.

The one thing that she had asked him to not do to her was to catch her off guard and embarrass her like that.

The two of them were about to get to do a fantasy date when Kevin got caught up in his feelings and confessed that there was something missing from their relationship.

He rambled about how their lifestyles are different and brought up bad experiences with fantasy dates in the past.

It … was not fun for him, it was less fun for Astrid, and it left Bachelor Nation viewers cringing.

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Astrid and Kevin went home.

Now that the episode aired, Kevin is free to comment on it. And he's had all of the time since the breakup was filmed to reflect upon that moment.

"My own worst enemy," Kevin admits in the caption of a photo of him on the beach in front of the sunset. "Me."

He also shared another photo of him and Astrid, definitely no longer in paradise.

"Real life," he writes in the caption. "Real people."

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"06.21.18," Astrid's own post on the subject begins.

"The longest day of the year," she writes. "And my favorite day in Mexico."

The photo beside this caption is of her with Kevin's head draped in her lap.

"I’ll never forget watching this sunset and feeling like the luckiest girl in the world," Astrid says.

Astrid concludes: "This is how I’ll always remember paradise."

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Astrid also addressed her fans on Twitter.

"Love you all…" her tweet begins, addressing the outpouring of sympathy and emotional support that she had received from the Bachelor Nation.

"if you wanna make me feel better," she suggests. "Follow me in Instagram so I can at least make money on ads."

That is incredibly honest and a little funny. And, you know, she has a point.

Breakups are rough, but it sounds like she's going to be okay.

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Some fans have been speculating that Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon's proposal in Paradise may have weighed heavily upon Kevin's mind.

We're not suggesting that he broke up with Astrid to try to woo Ashley back, of course.

But seeing your fairly recent ex get engaged right in front of you can really make an impact.

(We all saw Kevin's face as he responded to that, right?)

Doubts can fester and insecurities can mount. We hope that Kevin's head and heart are in a better place now.

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Azealia Banks to Elon Musk: Sorry! You’re Not Really a Balding Drug Addict!

One of the most amusing gossip items of August had to do with the highly unexpected feud between Azealia Banks and Elon Musk.

In case you’re unfamiliar with those names, they perfectly represent the two main archetypes of American egomania:

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Banks is the gifted artist whose rage over the fact that she still has to ride the subway like a plebe has driven her to repeatedly sabotage her own career.

Conversely, Musk is quite successful financially but is consistently driven mad over the world’s unwillingness to recognize him as the heir to Einstein, Edison, Henry Ford, and Jesus H. Christ.

In other words, they may not seem to have much in common — Banks is a self-made creative, whereas Mush is a left-brain cyborg who could’ve spent his entire life blowing his family’s emerald mine fortune.

But at the end of the day, Banks and Musk are just two sides of the same narcissistic coin.

Perhaps that’s why they clashed upon first meeting, then later realized they were destined to join forces.

Allow us to explain:

Earlier this month, NYC-based Banks spent some time in LA with the intention of collaborating on a song with Musk’s girlfriend, Grimes.

So she paid a visit to Musk’s sprawling mansion and found it to have less of a “Tony Stark” vibe and more of an “Allison Williams’ parent’s house in Get Out” feel.

In addition to comparing her experience to Jordan Peele’s horror classic, Banks says she witnessed a wealth of appallingly self-destructive behavior from both Musk and Grimes.

Banks referred to Musk as a “giant d–k” and a “beta male who took steroids and hair plugs to convince himself he’s alpha.”

She also accused Musk of conducting business while tripping on LSD, and Grimes of being a meth addict.

She later alleged that Musk had stolen her phone so that he could “delete evidence” of their encounter.

Needless to say, after all that it was quite a surprise to see that Banks had issued a public apology to Musk:

“I feel terrible about everything,” reads the now-deleted open letter that was posted to Banks’ Instagram page.

“Over the time spent liaising said collaborations [with Grimes], I was welcomed to a lot of personal information about you,” Banks wrote.

“The stuff made me feel awkward and uncomfortable about being privy to you, yet I never had the intentions of ever using the information against you.

She added:

“What started off as a cat-fight lead to some seriously unexpected consequences and I seriously apologize.”

Interestingly, Banks’ refused to use Grimes name throughout the letter, referring to her would-be collaborator only with a pair of empty quotation marks.

After posting the letter, Banks deleted her Instagram account, but now appears to have re-instated her account.

We’ll continue to monitor this weird-ass situation and let you know if it gets any weirder.


Garrett Yrigoyen: Really, I’m Sorry for That Instagram Scandal!

On Monday night’s season finale of The Bachelorette, Garrett Yrigoyen won over Becca Kufrin.

Following an emotional two hours that saw Blake Horstmann break into tears and Becca nearly breakdown from having to make a decision, Yrigoyen was selected as this edition’s champion and he responded in the most appropriate way possible…

… by getting down on one knee and asking for Kufrin’s hand in marriage!

But just because Garrett knows one thing:

He still has to win over Bachelorette Nation.

The controversial contestant may have proven his decency to Becca over the course of his run on the series, but many viewers still think of Yrigoyen NOT as someone romantic and well-meaning.

But as someone who Liked a number of offense and inappropriate social media messages many months ago.

Back in late May, it came out that Garrett seemingly approved of Instagram posts that were anti-immigrant, anti-feminism and anti-LGBT rights.

He issued an apology shortly after this troubling scandal broke, telling critics:

“I am sorry to those who I offended and I also take full responsibility…

“I am not perfect, and I will never be anywhere close, but now I will always be more informed and aware of what I am liking and supporting, not just on Instagram, but in life.”

Fast forward all this time later and Garrett’s Likes are back in the news because he is back in the news, as the brand new fiance of Becca Kufrin.

He’s therefore being prompted to address his views on minorities and those who have a different sexual orientation.

Without getting into these kinds of specifics, the Season 14 winner simply says in the latest issue of People Magazine:

“It was tough. I didn’t mean to offend anyone.

He also tries to make it clear that the tap of one button on his computer or his phone does not sum up his world view when it comes to these societal topics:

“Just because I Liked it, doesn’t necessarily mean that I supported it.

“I was raised in a very open-minded family that was accepting to everybody. We’re very non-judgmental. I’m genuinely sincere.”

Becca asked viewers this spring to remain “open-minded” about Garrett, likely because she was already engaged to him at the time.

Now, though, Garrett says this idea of being as open and as candid with each other is exactly why their relationship works.

“We started a foundation of being honest and open and transparent,” he tells People, adding:

“Anything that’s come about, or just dealing with anything, that’s how we address it: head on. It makes our relationship so much stronger, and we continue to grow together.”

That all sounds well and good — but, as you might expect, quite a few fans think Becca has made a mistake.

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Tweeted one disgruntled Bachelorette fans, not even bothering to make a quip or a snarky remark:

Reminder: A man who joked about throwing immigrant children over trumps wall is about to win  #TheBachelorette and some of these children will likely never be reunited with their families.

@thebkoof choosing him is her being complicit and taking the easy and privileged way out.

If it makes this individual feel any better, Becca will likely NOT end up with Garrett, just based on the history of Bachelor and Bachelorette couples.

Or do you think these two crazy kids can buck that tradition?

Continue to follow our section of The Bachelorette spoilers to find out and then vote below:



Catherine Zeta-Jones: I’m Rich and Beautiful and I’M NOT SORRY!

What’s the first thing you think about when you think about Catherine Zeta-Jones?

Honestly, and there’s no shade intended with this, it’s 2018 so you probably don’t really think about Catherine Zeta-Jones much these days.

But if you do, you might think about how super, super gorgeous she’s always been, and how talented — remember Chicago?

Or you might think about her marriage to Michael Douglas, maybe about that one time he sort of suggested that he got cancer from oral sex.

But from this day forward, Catherine here might bring to mind some different kinds of thoughts.

Because she just did a new interview, and it is straight up bananas.

Her quotes here are so wild that Twitter is going crazy, which is wild in itself, because again, this is Catherine Zeta-Jones in 2018 we’re talking about here.

See, she’s never really been known for being too humble, but still, she went off on the subject in this interview.

“One thing,” she began, “I’m not humble any more. I’m sick of being humble. I really am.”

“‘So sorry I’m rich, so sorry I’m married to a movie star, so sorry I’m not so bad looking.’ No sorrys. Enough.”

Dang, Catherine, tell us how you really feel.

“All that is important to me now is my work,” she continued. “That’s what I love and the rest of my life is a joy because I’ve got two beautiful kids and a healthy, happy husband.”

“It’s all good, and I’m not going to be humble for that either.”

She explained that “I come from a working-class family in Wales and I worked to get where I am. And for many years all of us are victims of the fact that we’ve all got so humble.”

For example, she said “If you were a sports star and won an award you would go, ‘Sh-t yeah, that was the best work I’ve ever done, I rocked!'”

“Whereas actors are like, ‘Oh I’m so sorry and thanks, can I say thanks?'”

So that’s … well, that’s a lot to take in, right?

On one hand, good for her. She really did work to get where she is, and she’s allowed to be proud of that.

But on the other hand … come on now.

Being humble is not the same as being apologetic — nobody thinks she needs to apologize for being successful and pretty.

It would be weird if she was actually like she’s suggesting here, going around apologizing for the good things in her life, but again, that’s not the same thing as being humble.

And according to Twitter, she could really, really do with learning that lesson.

“Let’s all take a moment and hope for the best for Catherine Zeta-Jones,” one person wrote. “She’s struggling, but determined to not let her staggering wealth, beauty and success drag her into the abyss.”

A true inspiration, right?

On a more direct note, another person asked “Who gives a sh-t about Catherine Zeta Jones? She hasn’t been relevant for years?”

One Twitter user wrote “A few questions and statements: 1) when have actors had to ASK to say thank u? 2) your last BIG movie was Chicago in 2002. Girl, bye. 3) as Kendrick Lamar said, ‘sit down, be humble’ 4) slow your roll, God gives and takes away.”

Then, one particularly savage person simply asked “Who is Catherine Zeta-Jones?

While many people were ready to tear her apart for these remarks, a few applauded her — one of those people tweeted “When I grow up I want to be Catherine Zeta-Jones.”

Someone else pointed out that if a man had made those same remarks “no one would bad an eyelid,” but “because she has a pair of tits & is honest you all have an issue.”

That could be true, but really, even if she was a man, her statements would still be ridiculous.

Literally no one thinks she has to apologize for anything, and it’s strange that she thinks anyone might.

Maybe she could start out by looking of the definition of “humble” and going from there … because it seems like she could really benefit from that.


Eminem Panics Crowd with Gunshot Sound Effects, Isn’t Sorry

Last year, viewers slammed Eminem's performance. They called him a hack and a has been. Hey, everone's a critic, right?

Now, however, he's being criticized for something much more serious — for setting off gunshot noises at his concert.

The crowd visibly ducked in fear. And he's getting dragged for making thousands of people think that they were about to die in a hail of bullets.

The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, most often known as Bonnaroo, isa  four-day music festival that takes place each summer in Manchester, Tennessee.

If you live in Tennessee or any of the surrounding states, this is the festival that your friends who are willing to brave musicals attend each year.

Unfortunately, some concert-goers received a serious fright.

During his song, "Kill You," pyrotechnics produced a chillingly realistic gunshot noise.

So much so that, as you can see in the video that we included, the crowd was ducking in fear.

The video quickly circulated on Twitter, inciting outrage.

"Less than a year after Vegas and @Eminem thinks it’s a good idea to blast gun shot sfx onstage at a music festival? Bad call on this headliner @bonnaroo. What happened to Radiate Positivity?"

The Las Vegas shooting that claimed dozens of lives and wounded hundreds took place at the beginning of last October.

Many of the victims had attended a Jason Aldean concert.

For concert-goers to hear very realistic gunshot noises … it seems very natural for so many of them to instinctively fear for their lives.

That doesn't sound like a good time.

Eminem is no stranger to controversy.

His team responded that these were not actual "gunshot" noises, but pyrotechnic concussion effects featuring a sonic boom. That seems like splitting hairs, but whatever.

As always, his diehard fans were eager to jump to his defense.

One person took to Twitter to refer to a previous performance of "Kill You."

"You can hear the same sound at the end you idiots. Watch some Eminem performance before going to one."

That's a little harsh.

"So you grew up listening to Eminem but you didn’t expect gun shot sounds on his set."

Well, some would argue that it's a different experience when mass shootings are so common.

"The gunshot actually makes the performance 10 times better."

We'll take that person's word for it.

Some have argued that legislation should curtail this sort of element within a performance.

There would be legal precedent. A famous First Amendment exception to free speech is using that speech to do harm, such as shouting "fire" in a crowded theater.

Many would say that Eminem setting off such realistic sounding gunshots is the equivalent, and could provoke the crowd to trample each other in fear.

After all, actual mass shootings occur multiple times per week, thanks to the widespread and virtually unchecked availability of tools designed for killing.

Gunshots in music online or in other media (such as films) is different, as it comes with a visual context and is not usually consumed in massive, dense crowds of people who are standing shoulder-to-shoulder.

Are gunshot effects in concerts a threat to concert-goers?

Were Eminem's diehard defenders right to criticize fans for freaking out at the sounds of gunshots, since they were expected by many as part of the show?

Or were concert-goers right to react instinctively — better safe than sorry — and were critics right to condemn the use of the sounds?

Maybe the problem has nothing to do with the audience, the critics, or even Eminem.

Maybe living every single day with the knowledge that we could die in a hail of bullets while going to a theater or using mass transit or attending school or a house of worship is the culprit.

Perhaps fixing our nation's gun culture and gun epidemic will help to repair some of the other fractures and conflicts in our society.

And people won't have any reason to fear attending a concert.

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Kendra Wilkinson: Sorry for Ruining Your Life, Hank Baskett!

Earlier this week, Kendra tweeted and deleted accusations about Hank. She said that he recorded their conversations, blamed her for ending his football career, and blamed him for his own affair.

Kendra clearly thought better of it, deleting those tweets and instead putting up a heartfelt apology.

And, surprisingly, she even admitted responsibility for one of those things that Hank blames her for.

In some (yet again deleted) tweets, Kendra poured out her regrets by apologizing to her ex.

“I want to apologize publicly to Hank.”

One would assume that it was simply because she aired their dirty laundry, but there’s a twist.

“I was the reason your football career ended.”

That is … kind of a huge admission.

“I regret doing that to u and i hope you learn to forgive me one day.”

Honestly, given that the vast majority of football players endure massive, chronic brain trauma and other physical stresses that doom them to an early grave, she may have done him a favor.

But she doesn’t point that out. There’s a time and a place.

“I loved u and was always your number one fan.”

Kendra’s tweets continued.

“I was 24 when i got married. Now I’m 33.”

That’s publicly available information, but it’s not always easy to admit that you’re anything older than 29.

“I made a lot of mistakes through those young years and im sorry for making u feel the way i did.”

Well, we all know that Kendra can get a little … intense

“All i ever wanted was family because i never had a solid one.”

Viewers of Kendra on Top are all too aware of what Kendra’s mom is like.

“But me being immature was the reason i couldn’t give u more.”

The day before, Kendra had aired the couple’s difficult communications.

“He’s blaming me for his football career ending. He’s blaming me for cheating on me while I was pregnant.”

Hank allegedly hooked up with a transgender model while Kendra was pregnant with their daughter, Alijah.

This was years ago, and it is difficult to imagine how Kendra could have magically forced him to get an extramarital handie.

“I tried so hard. I did everything by the book and loved and i get s–t on. I’m so sorry for u all to feel awkward [right] now.”

She explains, apologetically, to her followers that she had freaked out when Hank (allegedly) started recording their conversation.

“When i was being recorded i felt threatened.”

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In a non-deleted tweet, which is seeming scarcer and scarcer these days, Kendra writes:

“[I] am done tweeting about hank out of respect for my kids.”

People don’t think about this enough (though it’s been mentioned during recent Southern Charm drama), but celebrity children will one day grow up and have unlimited internet access just like everyone else.

A parent having a sex tape or whatever is just garden variety embarrassing. Seeing their parents feud … that’s something else.

“Love will always win and he’s a great guy…”

That sounds vague, like she just wanted to say something nice about Hank.

“We will all be fine after this hurdle is over.”

To be clear, we don’t think that she’s saying that she and Hank will be back together.

“Fine” can take a lot of forms, and so can families.

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Kendra, being Kendra, also tweeted something of a very different nature.

“I think i just need some dick.”

That’s not a surprising admission. Kendra has openly described herself as “one horny-ass motherf–ker.

She had joked (we think) about wearing out the batteries on her personal sex toys (most electronic sex toys come with chargers these days) to explain her need for the real thing.

Some people have very high sex drives and feel like they’re losing their minds when they’re not having sex. Just like how some people cannot handle missing lunch.

Let’s hope that Kendra, um, gets everything that she needs.


Garrett Yrigoyen Apologizes: I’m SUPER Sorry I Got Caught!

Not every suitor on The Bachelorette is a prince. Sometimes, as you know if you follow The Bachelorette Spoilers, creeps make their way onto the show.

Recently uncovered screencaps of Garrett Yrigoyen’s horrifying social media activity has a lot of the Bachelor Nation decrying him as a bigot.

Now, Garrett is issuing an apology. Is it good enough?

Garrett Yrigoyen had “liked” a series of images on Instagram. Among them were images mocking immigrants, mocking trans women, fat-shaming women, and promoting conspiracy theories about survivors of the Parkland shooting.

Now that he’s been caught, Garrett took to social media to post an apology.

“To those who I have hurt and offended: This is all new to me.”

That’s not an apology, but it could be the start of one.

“I went on the Bachelorette for the adventure and possibility of falling in love, not fame.”

That sounds an awful lot like he’s sorry that his activity was exposed, right?

“I did not know what to expect once the show aired.”

He does apologize, after a fashion.

“I am sorry to those who I offended and I also take full responsibly for my ‘likes’ on Instagram that were hurtful and offensive.”

While some would have appreciated phrasing that doesn’t appear to cast blame on those who were offended, he did say that he is sorry.

“garrett_yrigs12 was my former Instagram handle and I decided to take it down and start fresh.”

His new handle is gy_yrigoyen.

He says that he remade his Instagram, giving himself a social media blank slate, because:

“I have learned an extremely valuable lesson and am taking steps to grow, become more educated, and be a better version of myself.”

He then says that this has been a wake-up call.

“I am not perfect, and I will never be anywhere close, but now I will always be more informed and aware of what I am liking and supporting, not just on Instagram, but in life.”

Well, it’s good that he’s thinking about it, at least.

“I never realized the power behind a mindless tap on Instagram and how it bears so much weight on people’s lives.”

He again seems to be blaming the people impacted by his activity rather than himself, but perhaps this is simply how he writes. (We all have peculiarities in our writing styles)

“I did not mean any harm by any of it.”

He says that simply because he enjoys memes about unabashed cruelty towards entire demographics of people does not mean that he’s a bad person.

“My Instagram ‘likes’ were not a true reflection of me and my morals.”

Furthermore, it sounds like Garrett did not enjoy people referring to him as a bigot.

“I am not the negative labels people are associating me with.”

He claims that people who know him in person don’t see him that way.

“For those who do know me, I am a sincere, genuine, loving, light-hearted, open-minded, and non-judgemental individual.”

He prefers to describe himself as affable.

“I like to make new friends with anyone I meet and want everyone to find their happiness …”

He thinks that others should take his experience to heart when they are on social media.

“Let my mistakes be a lesson for those who mindlessly double tap images, memes, and videos on any social media content that could be many things including hurtful, degrading, and dehumanizing.”

Though she is noted for her left-leaning views, Becca Kufrin defended Garrett in the wake of his scandal.

“I want viewers to be open to everyone, and I want them to go through this season with me and watch my love story unfold with all of these men.”

Last season had a racist suitor. We suppose that it’s no surprise that this season seems to have an everything-ist.

“I did things in the past that I’m sure wasn’t the best thing, but I just want people to stay open-minded to everyone.”

Either Becca is just very nice (she is), or she’s going out of her way to back up Garrett.

“I can’t fault on anyone for what they believe and who’s to say that anyone is truly what they believe in if they just double tap.”

Doesn’t that depend upon what they believe? There’s a difference between having a stance on immigration and laughing at the idea of a brown-skinned child being tossed over a wall.

“I can’t speak to that because that’s just not me. I am a strong woman and I do believe in certain things, but again, that’s what’s so great about our country — everyone is entitled to their own opinions.”

Garrett’s story of his social media scandal being a wake-up call that led him to rethink things and become a better person is nothing short of incredible.

But some fans took the comments to suggest that it is literally incredible. As in in-credible, not credible.

The posts that he seemed to enjoy so much transcend political opinions and, as bloggers such as Reality Steve noted, cross the lines of what is considered basic human decency.

One of the worst posts that he “liked” labeled the survivors of the February 14 Parkland shooting as “crisis actors.” It has not even been four months. 

He would have had to have made a total personality turnaround in a very short time.

Has becoming famous and being held responsible for his abhorrent opinions made Garrett into a better human being overnight?

Or has he simply become embarrassed that he was exposed?


Drake: I’m Sorry I Kept My Son a Secret!

If you’ve spent any time on social media this week, then you’ve probably caught wind of the ongoing feud between Pusha T and Drake.

Things were a bit lopsided from the start, as the beef pitted a drug kingpin-turned-rap legend against a soap star-turned-Canadian crooner, but despite his clear advantage, King Push has not gone easy on Aubrey.

It all started when Push lobbed some light jabs at Drake on “Infrared,” the final track of his latest studio album, Daytona.

In response, Drizzy dropped one of the most baffling response disses in history (At one point, he admitted that his verses are largely penned by ghostwriters.), and we’re guessing he immediately regretted it.

Push swiftly clapped back with “The Story of Adidon” a blistering takedown that quickly earned a place alongside Tupac’s “Hit ‘Em Up” and Jay Z’s “The Takeover” as one of the most scathing diss tracks in the history of hip-hop.

Line-by-line Push surgically dismantled his opponent’s career and public persona, attacking everything from his street cred to his character to his shocking use of blackface in an abandoned creative project.

But the lines that really caught the attention of hip-hop hop Twitter and the gossip blogs had to do with rumors that Drake has a secret son whom he refuses to acknowledge.

Allegations that Drake impregnated adult film actress Sophie Brussaux and pressured her into getting an abortion have been circulating for over a year.

But Push successfully changed the punctuation on that lingering question and made it a declarative statement.

Now, many believe the fact that Drake has been mum on the issue in the days since “Adidon” was released is basically a tacit confirmation that Drizzy’s a father.

However, those closest to Drake insist that while he may have gone to great lengths to keep baby Adonis hidden from the world, he is not — as Push claims — a deadbeat dad.

According to TMZ, insiders claim that Drake supported Sophie in the final weeks of her pregnancy and has continued to write her monthly checks ever since.

They offered no explanation as to why Drake doesn’t seem to have any interest in being a part of his son’s life.

Push was his usual blunt self in firing allegations of negligent parenting at Drake on “Adidon”:

“A baby’s involved, it’s deeper than rap. We talking character, let me keep with the facts,” he raps at one point.

“You are hiding a child let that boy come home. Deadbeat mother f–ker playing border patrol.”

It’s been nearly 48 hours since the track dropped, and while Drake has issued a statement about the blackface photo, he has not spoken a word about Adonis.

Obviously, there’s no clear way to score these things, but we think it’s safe to say that when you’re issuing statements instead recording response tracks, you have officially lost the battle.


Roseanne Barr Attacks Co-Star, Is So Not Sorry for Anything

In case it wasn’t obvious based on her Nazi costumes, racist insults and affection for Donald Trump, it ought to be obvious now:

Roseanne Barr is a terrible human being.

Because she said that former Barack Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett was what would happen if the “Muslim brotherhood [and] planet of the apes had a baby?”

Well, yes.

But also because Barr issued the phoniest apology of all-time shortly after writing this Tweet — and then issued an endless array of even phonier statements on social media early Wednesday morning.

In a barrage of Tweets that started out on the right note (“I just want to apologize to the hundreds of people,and wonderful writers and talented actors who lost their jobs on my show due to my stupid tweet.”), Barr ended up quoting a significant number of her defenders.

She went from acknowledging that ABC was right to cancel her sitcom…

… to saying ABC was a hypocrite for not punishing Joy Behar for referring to Christians as mentally ill.

Oh, and the comedian also claimed she wrote that “joke” about Jarrett because had been taking Ambien.

Now, Barr has continued her assault against anyone who thinks she’s racist by attacking someone with whom she worked closely on Roseanne.

After ABC announced it was pulling the plug on Season 11, Michael Fishman – who portrayed Barr’s son D.J. during the show’s original run and its 2018 reboot – Tweeted that he was “devastated” by the show getting canceled.

He also denounced his TV mom’s remarks via a lengthy and heartfelt message.

“Our cast, crew, writers, and production staff strived for inclusiveness, with numerous storylines designed to reflect inclusiveness,” Fishman wrote. “The words of one person do not exemplify the thinking of all involved.”

He continued:

I condemn these statements vehemently. They are reprehensible and intolerable, contradicting my beliefs and outlook on life and society. I have always lived and taught my children to be inclusive.

I believe our show strived to embrace different backgrounds and opinions, through open dialogue.

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Roseanne read this thoughtful response to the situation and gave Fishman credit for having such a mature and well-reasoned take on the scandal

Just kidding.

She totally took him to task for it.

“I created the platform for that inclusivity and you know it. You throw me under the bus. nice!” replied Barr.

These are totally the words of someone who recognizes she made an inappropriate comment and is aware that she’s very much in the wrong here, huh?

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Elsewhere, Sara Gilbert, who played Roseanne’s daughter Darlene, also reacted on Twitter, saying that Barr’s comments were “abhorrent and do not reflect the beliefs of our cast and crew or anyone associated with our show.”

She added: “I am disappointed with her actions to say the least.”

“Wow! unreal,” Roseanne wrote in response to this stance.

At one point today, Barr even said she “feels bad” for President Trump because he is on the receiving end of hatred everyday.

It’s almost like he and Roseanne deserve it.

Finally, Sanofi, the pharmaceutical company behind Ambien, has also spoken out.

It had something to say after Roseanne Tweeted the following:

“Guys I did something unforgiveable so do not defend me. It was 2 in the morning and I was ambien tweeting-it was memorial day too-i went 2 far & do not want it defended-it was egregious Indefensible.

“I made a mistake I wish I hadn’t but…don’t defend it please.”

Wrote the makers of the sleeping pill to which Roseanne is referring to here:

People of all races, religions and nationalities work at Sanofi every day to improve the lives of people around the world.

While all pharmaceutical treatments have side effects, racism is not a known side effect of any Sanofi medication.

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And so it has come to this: Roseanne Barr is so awful, she has turned a pharmaceutical company into the good guy.

That’s impressive work right there.