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Alec Baldwin: Suspended MSNBC Show May Not Return

Alec Baldwin says that his MSNBC show may not come back after the network suspended him for berating a photographer with a gay slur.

"Whether the show comes back at all is at issue right now," Baldwin wrote in a blog post on Saturday, a day after the cable network shut down "Up Late" for two weeks on the heels of a video — published by TMZ — that showed Baldwin confronting photographers camped outside his apartment. "If the show dies, its fate ends up being no different than the vast majority of start-up TV programming, and so be it." 

In a statement published on the show's website Friday, Baldwin apologized for his "choice of words."

Source: Yahoo! News. Read full article. (link)

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  • NotAnotherSkippy||

    Huh. I see an angry old white guy. And he's not voting Team Red.

  • SOFL Hockey Fan||

    But some of his best friends (aka hairdressers) are gay!

  • buybuydandavis||

    Ha ha.

    Weren't all those "black lists" on communists in the 50s horrible?

    Now one word of blasphemy against Progressivism gets a Progressive leader purged and excommunicated.

  • ||

    The guy has anger issues.

  • Radioactive||

    guy has douchebag issues

  • JeremyR||

    It's funny though, I have not heard a word of this outside of conservative/right leaning blogs/sites.

    Yet supposedly Sly Stallone used the N-word towards a paparazzi.

  • Radioactive||

    he called a paparazzi a nudge?

  • Radioactive||

    nut job, nerd neatfreak?...come on give me a hint

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