New Audio Released Of Roseanne Crying After Show Was Canceled: “I Never Would Call Any Black Person A Monkey”

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It’s been close to a month since Roseanne Barr’s series ‘Roseanne’ was canceled over at ABC. If you aren’t familiar with the story, Barr was called out for a racist Tweet she directed toward’s a former advisor of President Obama. Barr would do her best to defend allegations on her being racist but the damage was already done. Hours later, ABC would follow up with a statement that they were not bringing back the ‘Roseanne show’. For those wanting to hear Barr’s side of the story, she talked with a longtime friend Rabbi Shmuley on his podcast last month, and with Barr’s permission, the interview has finally been released.

Check it out as she tearfully expresses that she didn’t mean to hurt anyone with her words, and how much she would never use the term “monkey” when referring to someone black.  Full interview, here.

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Lil Rel Tells Comedy Hype Why He Addressed Tracy Morgan’s Tiffany Haddish Incident

Last night, the who’s who of the business would gather for the 2018 ‘MTV Movie And TV Awards’. Tiffany Haddish would not only do an awesome job with serving as the night’s host but she will also leave as a winner for her performance in ‘Girls Trip’. Back in May, an interview with Haddish’s Last OG co-star Tracy Morgan would surface in which Morgan would shut down questions about Tiffany. The clip would later be seen by Lil Rel and he would take to his Twitter to speak against Morgan’s handling over the matter.

We caught up with Rel during the red carpet arrivals for this year’s awards and he explained why he decided to say something. “More than anything it’s changing this boys club mentality.. don’t be scared to step to someone when they’re wrong… and I’m going to always be like that,” Rel would tell our host Nika Simone. Check out the newest Comedy Hype News on the story.