No stranger to controversy herself, our favorite lesbian gym teacher Rosie O’Donnell made several comments on her Sirius XM show Rosie Radio on Monday before following up with a series of tweets in defense of Rabid Beaver’s recent cunty meltdown at the ‘Good Morning America’ studios, insisting: “He’s a victim too.”
Tell that to the poor defenseless window he attacked!
“I just don’t know why this kid seems to be held to a different standard than anyone else,” O’Donnell said during Monday’s broadcast.
After her executive producer questioned whether race played a factor in criticism aimed at Brown, O’Donnell said “I totally think there is, and I also think it’s why he felt he was safer with Robin Roberts [the "Good Morning American Anchor" who, like Brown, is African American].”
Later, on her Twitter account, O’Donnell said Brown is “a victim too” and that the situation is a complicated one.
“He was held accountable – he did his service – the judge commended him – he grew up in a violent home – he is only 21,” she tweeted. ““I have compassion for both he and Rihanna – it is not a simple discussion – layers n layers.”
After some of her followers questioned how the comedian could defend Brown, she tweeted “I am not excusing him … I am trying to address the whole picture – not a sound bite … all humans r [sic] capable of violence.” (source)