Whoopi Goldberg had a few words for Roseanne Barr on Wednesday morning and slammed the cancelled comedienne for posting a photoshopped image of her on Twitter.
The View host pulled no punches while going in on the ousted TV star whose show, Roseanne, was cancelled by ABC after she posted a racist rant against Obama adviser, Valerie Jarrett and compared her to an ape.
Even though Barr swore off Twitter after she issued her first lame apology, she returned to social media on Tuesday to attempt to justify her actions by blaming Ambien for her racist words and proceeded to retweet a ton of ridiculous conspiracy theories. She posted a photoshopped image of Goldberg from the 2017 women’s march wearing a T-shirt that had an image of Donald Trump shooting himself in the head superimposed over her real T-shirt, which actually read: “And you thought I was a nasty woman before? Buckle up buttercup.”
Goldberg took time to address the photo on The View.
“So here we go again…Some bonehead photo-shopped a horrific image on the shirt,” she said. “So this is what I’m going to say, Roseanne. Just because you were caught with your pants down, don’t try to drag other people down with you…Because there are times when you got to suck it up cause you stepped in doo doo.”
She continued to slam Roseanne Barr for spreading the photo she knew was fake.
“I didn’t fake my shirt. Someone else faked my shirt. But that’s your tweet, that tweet came from you,” she said. “You did this to yourself.”
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