Roseanne Barr Feels Disappointed About Her Colleagues For Not Standing By Her Side Amid Scandal: "You Throw Me Under The Bus"

Last two days were not the easiest ones for Roseanne Barr. First, ABC canceled her show due to the offensive tweet. Then, her colleagues and co-stars refused to support the actress amid all this scandal.

Roseanne Barr fires back at ‘Roseanne’ cast

As it was reported earlier, ABC canceled the popular show Roseanne. The cause for cancellation was Roseanne Barr’s racist tweet about Barack Obama’s former adviser, Valerie Jarett.

Barr tweeted on Monday, and the next day, ABC announced the show cancellation. The actress realized her mistake, deleted the tweet, and replaced another one with apologies.

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But apparently, it was too late for the excuse. The studio announced Roseanne will not return for the next season this fall.

Roseanne cast reacted on Ms. Barr’s tweet with a wave of negative comments. Wanda Sykes even said she will leave the show.

Roseanne Barr apparently didn’t expect such negative reaction from her co-stars. On Wednesday, the actress took to Twitter to express her disappointment about her colleagues who didn’t stand by her side amid the scandal. In one of her tweets, Barr wrote:

You throw me under the bus. Nice!

Barr also mentioned she is not a racist as most people think, and that her tweet was just a “stupid joke.”

Meanwhile, all Roseanne fans have to deal with the sad news about the show cancellation and say goodbye to the favorite sitcom.

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