Highlights of the story
- Barr has already tweeted that he was planning a television interview
- Instead he decided to publish videos on his YouTube channel
Barr tweeted Sunday that she was planning a sit-down over a month after she was fired from ABC’s restart of her popular “Roseanne” series following her controversial attack on former Obama assistant Valerie Jarrett.
“To my wonderful fans whom I treasure and whom I love, who have brought me in the last few weeks when I was 2 weak 2, I carry with me: I will do a television interview this week,” he wrote. “I’ll tell you about it tomorrow!”
But on Monday the actress tweeted: “After many reflections, I decided that I would not do any television interview, too stressful and unreliable for me and my fans”.
“I’m going to film it myself and publish it on my YouTube channel in the next week, the whole explanation of what happened and why!” Barr tweeted. “I love you sign up and get ready.”
He has so far talked to his friend Rabbi Shmuley Boteach on his podcast after his layoff and cancellation of his hit ABC series.