Roseanne Barr finally delivered the video she promised to explain her racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett. Only instead of cleaning up her image, the clip made her look unhinged.
The comedian posted the video to her YouTube page late Thursday night.
The NSFW clip shows her smoking a cigarette while a producer gives her tips in the background on how to speak.
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As she holds the cigarette and looks confused, the male producer tells her to make the video look like a presidential address.
Then suddenly Barr screams at the producer saying she was trying to talk about the Iran deal and Valerie Jarrett because that’s what the tweet was about that got her fired from ABC.
“I’m trying to talk about Iran! I’m trying to talk about Valerie Jarrett about the Iran deal,” she yells. “That’s what my tweet was about!”
“I thought the bi–h was white!” she screams. “God damn it! I thought the bi–h was white. F–k.”
ABC canceled Barr’s self-titled sitcom in May after she posted a tweet comparing former Obama adviser Jarrett, who is black, to an ape.
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On Friday, Barr posted another video saying it was her “official statement” without the “filter of the biased media.”
“This was my statement from the very beginning,” she said. “And it will continue to be forever because it is the truth. When ABC called and asked me to explain my ‘egregious and unforgivable tweet,’ I told them I thought Valerie Jarrett was white. And I also said I am willing to go on The View, Jimmy Kimmel, or whatever other show you want me to go on and explain that to my audience.”
She concluded by saying ABC fired her because she voted for President Trump.
“Now, instead what happened was, about 40 minutes after that, my show was canceled before even one advertiser pulled out and I was labeled a racist,” she said. “Why, you ask? Well, the answer is simple. It’s because I voted for Donald Trump and that is not allowed in Hollywood.”
Earlier this month, Barr took to Twitter saying she was scheduled to do her first TV interview since losing her job.
Then she changed her mind, claiming the interview had been canceled because it would be “too stressful and untrustworthy.”