Roseanne Barr Gets Emotional About Valerie Jarrett In Her New Apology Video: "I Thought The B* Was White"

Date July 23, 2018

Roseanne Barr makes the headlines again! The actress released a provocative video on her Youtube channel, in which she apologizes again for her racist tweet but in a very…. let’s just say, unusual manner.

Roseanne Barr explains her tweet in a new bizarre video

A few days ago, Roseanne Barr announced she won’t make any interviews on television and instead will be more active on her official Youtube channel. The actress is keeping her promise.

On July 19, Barr uploaded a Youtube video, in which she explains what she really meant to say by her controversial tweet about the former White House adviser, Valerie Jarrett.

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Roseanne explained she was talking about Iran, and in particular, an Iran deal signed by Mrs. Jarrett.

The actress seemed to become rather irritated after an off-screen interviewer mentioned the tweet scandal. At some point, Roseanne completely lost it and said:

I thought the b*** was white! God dammit! I thought the b*** was white! 

Her racist tweet literally turned Barr’s life upside down. ABC canceled her popular show Roseanne and announced the series reboot but without Barr in the cast. The actress previously apologized for her tweet and defended herself saying she “is not a racist, never was, and never will be.”

You can watch the bizarre interview in the video below.

Warning! The video contains a strong language and content which may be unsuitable for children and psychologically sensitive people.

What do you think about Roseanne Barr’s video? Isn’t it too much? We look forward to hearing your opinions and discussing the topic in the comments.

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