Actress Roseanne Bar took to twitter early Saturday morning to announce that she would be leaving the social media platform.
The tweet left many on the twitters platform confused and wondering what incident may have prompted the unexpected exit.
The news came just days after an announcement was made that ABC planned to dial down the political humor of the Roseanne show:
As reported by foxnews.com
ABC’s “Roseanne” is one of the few popular television programs to feature a pro-Trump character, but conservatives shouldn’t get used to seeing similar ideology on the sitcom for much longer.
ABC entertainment president Channing Dungey put the kibosh on “Roseanne” remaining political in the second season – apparently ditching the strategy the network touted only two months ago.
Dungey said that the show will lean away from politics next season during a conference call with reporters as part of the network’s upfront presentation. Upon learning the news, conservative media icon Matt Drudge tweeted, “Corporate cannibals stripping Roseanne of her fun.”
The return of “Roseanne” featured a debut episode in which characters argued about the 2016 election, with the show’s namesake representing the conservative viewpoint. As the season concluded, politics appeared less frequently on the sitcom.
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Update: Some reports are claiming Roseanne has changed her mind and is returning to the Social media platform.
We’ll have to wait and see what the details are on her decision and why it was made in the first place.