Kathy Griffin, reality show of Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, spent 17 minutes cursing and feeling sorry for herself on a You Tube video yesterday. Kathy is the one who made a sick photo holding up the severed head of President Donald J. Trump. She received huge backlash from the American people. CNN cancelled her and she proceeded to lose many contracts because she lacked the ability to differentiate right from wrong. Going too far and what is considered “art” regarding a President of the United States. On August 29th, she did an interview in Australia and this is what she said as reported by The Hill:
“Kathy Griffin says she is not sorry anymore for posting a controversial photo posing with a fake decapitated head resembling President Trump. “I am no longer sorry,” Griffin told Seven Network in Australia. “The whole outrage was B.S., the whole thing got so blown out of proportion and I lost everybody.” Griffin said many people criticized her after the photo on Twitter, including former first daughter Chelsea Clinton and actress Debra Messing. “I have been through the mill,” she said.”
Now, Kathy has made a babbling You Tube tirade video and she leaks the phone number of Harvey Levin, of TMZ. As per Brietbart, in the 17-minute video, titled “A Hell of a Story,” Griffin played a voicemail from Levin — long considered one of the most influential media personalities in Hollywood — in which his personal phone number could be heard.” Watch the video below if you can bear to hear her nonsense for longer than a minute.
Her show, that is now cancelled, My Life on the D-List – is appropriately named. And Kathy even attacked her former boss, Andy Cohen, saying he was a “miserable boss” in this long winded rant.
If you believe Kathy received her just reward for her actions against the President of the United States and see this latest attempt at publicly shaming TMZ’s Harvey Levin by sharing his personal phone number as a shunned D-List Hollywood actress trying, desperately, to claim some of the spotlight…drop a comment below and let us know.
(Feature Photo credit to Miami Herald)