From the D-List to the no-fly-list, comedian Kathy Griffin is no stranger to controversy. Now she's back in the spotlight and whipping it up on Twitter as only she can.
Griffin posted a tweet that points fingers but doesn't name names:
Griffin, explaining why she wouldn’t be among the many celebrity women joining the second year of the Women’s March this weekend, stopped short of providing any details.
But her fans took Griffin at her word and were having none of it. They came out in full support:
The photo Griffin posted with her tweet was a mash-up of the now infamous pic of her holding a likeness of Donald Trump's severed head and a response tweet from Soledad O'Brien, anchor of Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien, from eight months ago.
O'Brien didn't understand why Griffin used an old tweet in a post about the Women's March:
Some folks wondered who or what was stopping Griffin from marching:
Others felt Griffin's tweet was a play for attention:
And there's always somebody trying to upstage a comedian:
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