Roseanne Barr is speaking out yet again regarding her now-infamous racist tweet toward Valerie Jarrett, a former advisor to President Barack Obama. "Hi, this is Roseanne Barr and I'd like to welcome you to my own studio, where I'm able to speak for myself to my fellow and sister Americans without the filter of the biased media", she says into the camera. "That's what my tweet was about".
She then screams, "I thought the b-tch was white!"
In May the US President weighed in on the debate, taking to Twitter to ask why the US Network said sorry to Jarrett, but not to him for statements that were made on the network about him.
In the days that followed, Barr would offer various explanations, saying the tweet was a condemnation of antisemitism, the tweet had been written when she was on Ambien, among other things.
As reported by NME, it seems we are never going to hear the end of that racist tweet, as Barr has now published a freakish video clip [VIDEO] explaining why she sent the tweet in the first place. She then repeated this by saying God damn it, she thought the b**ch was white.
"This was my statement from the very beginning", she continues, "and it will continue to be forever because it is the truth. Fuck!" The interviewer can be heard laughing hysterically in the background as Barr takes a puff of her cigarette.
Roseanne uploaded a video to Youtube that makes her look unstable.
ABC announced in June it was cancelling the revival of Roseanne hours after her tweet describing Jarrett as the offspring of the "Muslim Brotherhood & Planet of the Apes".
Meanwhile, a spin-off based on the rest of the cast, with no involvement from Roseanne, is now confirmed to be in the works.