Should We Forgive Roseanne Barr?

"Best Villain Award" Goes To Roseanne But Are We Supposed To Be A Forgiving Nation?

June 20, 2018

USA Today

Michael B. Jordan made it known that he does NOT take to heart Roseanne Barr's latest apology. During his acceptance speech at the MTV Music and TV awards for "Best Villian," MBJ shifted the focus from him to her, saying he thought Roseanne had best villian in the bag (...in case you missed it, Roseanne made an attempt at clarifying her percieved racist tweet directed at former senior advisor to President Barack Obama, Valerie Jarrett and it pretty much failed).

Although quite hilarious and perfect timing beloved Michael B. Jordan, his comment had the Ed Lover Morning Show team wondering - why is that we are so forgiving for SOME folks mistakes, but not hers? Ed made a valid point about how we forgive family members who have spent time in prison, or how people still show love to major celebrities and influencers who've obviously publically flubbed but forgiven (ex. Chris Brown, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Alicia Keys, Lance Armstrong, the list can go on...).

Take a listen to what our listeners had to say on if we as a loving nation should forgive or forget TV star, Roseanne Barr.

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