Alec Baldwin Blames “Fundamentalist Wing of Gay Advocacy” For MSNBC Firing
His show “Up Late with Alec Baldwin” was axed from MSNBC after he was accused of calling a paparazzo a “c*cksucking f*g,” and Alec Baldwin says the move was less than ethical.
The 55-year-old “30 Rock” actor discussed his exit with the Gothamist, noting, "You've got the fundamentalist wing of gay advocacy – Rich Ferraro and Andrew Sullivan – they're out there, they've got you."
"Rich Ferraro, this is probably one of his greatest triumphs. They killed my show. I have to take some responsibility for that myself."
Baldwin also repeated that the accusations made against him were unfounded- "'F-----' is not the word that came out of my mouth."
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