Roseanne Is Fighting With Her TV Son Because Drama Never Sleeps

It’s been a pretty eventful week for Roseanne Barr. Following the comedian’s racist and insensitive comments about Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett, ABC Entertainment promptly canceled the Roseanne reboot.

While this incident should have discouraged Roseanne from using social media, the former TV star can’t seem to stop tweeting about the debacle/digging herself into a deeper hole.

On Tuesday, Michael Fishman, who plays D.J. Connor on Roseanne, tweeted out a statement distancing himself from Roseanne’s comments and reminding everyone that an entire cast and crew were affected by the lead star’s unfortunate actions.

“My character was designed to represent the inclusive nature of my views. To represent portions of society often marginalized,” he wrote. “In this moment it is important to be clear. We must stand up against bias, hatred, bigotry and ignorance to make society a better place for all.”

Roseanne took notice of Fishman’s statement and declared that he was throwing her “under the bus.”

To his credit, Fishman respectfully responded to Roseanne’s comment, giving her credit for building a show which so many loved.

However, the discourse was short-lived.

It’s certainly a weird move to pointedly engage with somebody and then demand that they “leave you alone.” But, then again, Roseanne’s actions are notorious for being erratic at best, bigoted at worst.

Considering that she can’t seem to stop engaging with people on the matter, it’s unlikely that we’ve heard the end of Roseanne’s comments on this particular debacle.

After all, her most recent tweet can only be described as foreboding …