Rosie O’Donnell is said to talk so much constant smack to the drivers hired to ferry her to the set of The View that two drivers refuse to work for her. Another guy once pulled over halfway to their destination, hailed a cab and told her to get her annoying ass in it:
In a shocking mutiny triggered by ROSIE O’DONNELL’s razor-tongued rants and rages, a driver for “The View” suddenly blew his stack, angrily ordered Ms. Back-Seat Big-Mouth out of his limo in mid-Manhattan – and sent her packing in a TAXI! Network insiders say the bizarre blowup caps a long-simmering feud that started when Rosie joined “The View” – and angry drivers began complaining to producers that the star never shuts her yammering yap! “She’s either barking directions, telling the driver how to drive – or spewing her political views at them,” said a source. “Two of her drivers became so frustrated they’ve flatly refused to drive her again – ever!” Then the Rosie Revolt really kicked into high gear! Outraged by the star’s loud, non-stop motor-mouthing, her driver du jour pulled his limo over halfway to the studio, got out and hailed a cab – then angrily ordered Rosie: “Get out of my car and take this cab!” Stunned Rosie – who thought at first the guy was kidding — angrily disembarked, spewing threats that she’d get him fired! “I don’t care,” snapped the driver – and roared off without even waving goodbye! Stay tuned.
Limo drivers probably put up with a lot of weird personalities in their line of work. If three different drivers refuse to work with Rosie, she must bring annoying to a whole new level.
Instead of apologizing for her stupid pointless “Ching Chong” rant, which reader and Celebitchy contributor Jude says was similar to hateful taunts she heard way back in grade school, Rosie has said something like “oh, people don’t get my humor.” They don’t get it because it’s not funny and sounds hateful. You’re the one who doesn’t get it:
O’Donnell wrote on her Web site on Friday, “It was not my intent to mock.” On Sunday, she called the bit “comedy” and wrote, “I do many accents and probably will continue to. My mom in law impression offends some southerners. What can u do? I come in peace.”
Over the weekend, O’Donnell’s rep, Cindi Berger, said in a statement: “She’s a comedian in addition to being a talk show co-host. I certainly hope that one day they will be able to grasp her humor.”
But the explanation did not satisfy many, including New York City councilman John C. Liu, who sent a letter to View executive producer Barbara Walters.
Liu told FOXNews.com on Monday: “The ‘ching-chong’ bit is not a trivial matter. It really hits a raw nerve for many people in the community – many like myself, who grew up with these kinds of taunts. We all know that it never ends at the taunts.”
If Rosie ends up issuing another apology you can bet her bosses put her up to it because that bitch still doesn’t think she did anything wrong.