Roseanne Barr Launching Talk Show After Racist Valerie Jarrett Remark

Jul. 20 2018, Published 5:00 p.m. ET

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Roseanne Barr may have been kicked off her own show on ABC, but that's not stopping her from putting her own content on the web, her son confirmed to RadarOnline.com.

The 65-year-old comedian posted a video to her YouTube channel on Thursday claiming her racist Tweet about Valerie Jarrett was all a misunderstanding.

"I thought the b**ch was white!" Barr screamed in a bizarre rant regarding the remark that got her Roseanne reboot canceled . The actress was apparently lighting up on a cigarette and seemed disheveled and tired as she spoke to the cameras.

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Now, her son, Jake Pentland, told Radar that his mom wasn't going to let a network stand in her way of producing her own projects online, and that they were currently working to launch her own YouTube channel.

"We are doing our own stuff for now," Pentland said, adding "it's all subject to change of course."

As Radar previously reported, Barr was forced to leave her reunion show Roseanne following her racist remarks without a Jarett.

Barr took to Twitter to say that Jarrett — who is black — looked like ‘"Muslim brotherhood and planet of the apes had a baby."

One thing is for sure, if her stuff is anything like this intense video was, fans are in for a wild ride.

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