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In Late-Night Plea, Roseanne Begs Fans: Do NOT Defend Me or My 'Egregious, Indefensible' Tweet

Roseanne Barr arrives at the NBC Universal Summer Press Day on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, in Pasadena, Calif. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

First, Roseanne Barr lost her job. Then, she lost her agents. But she kept a lot of defenders, who have been on Twitter expressing anger and outrage throughout the day after the fallout from her racist tweet.

Having apologized a few times, Roseanne took to Twitter again Tuesday night, and she pleaded with those defending what she said to stop. (Screenshots because the originals were later deleted.)

She then followed up by asking her fans, followers, and defenders not to boycott.

Her earlier, official apology:

But in between that statement and the later tweets, she did retweet several people defending her, as well as those attacking her or calling her apology insincere, making her Twitter feed a mixed bag overall for the evening.

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