Roseanne Show writer, Wanda Sykes announced today, that she was quitting the show after Roseanne tweeted about Barack Obama’s sidekick, Valerie Jarrett, saying she was like the “Muslim Brotherhood and the Planet of the Apes.”

Roseanne immediately apologized, and admitted she went too far:

ABC’s Rober Iger  tweeted that they cancelled her wildly popular show:

So, what was it exactly that offended Wanda Sykes so much? Was it the comment about the “Muslim Brotherhood” or the “Ape” comment? And what about Wanda Sykes remarks about Donald Trump after he won the election, that were so bad, the audience booed her off the stage?

During her “comedy” act, Wanda Sykes called President Trump an “orangutan” (an ape). She started by saying, “I can’t believe that Donald Trump won! I couldn’t believe that we elected an orangutan to run the country. I was like, ‘are you f*cking kidding me? They voted for an orangutan? This is ridiculous!'” Wanda Sykes’ disgusting trash talk about our president made the audience so upset, that she was eventually booed off the stage.

Sykes didn’t just call President Trump an “orangutan”, she called him a “racist, sexist, homophobic president.”  When the audience began booing her, Sykes responded with pure class, telling the audience, “F*ck you mother f*ckers! F*ck all you all, and you and you and you!” The audience’s boos got louder and louder to the point that the “comedian” had to stop her act to try to prove her case to the audience who would have nothing to do with her lies.


Here’s an uncut clip from her very unpopular performance.

Is there anything funnier than an angry comedian?

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