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Kathy Griffin’s ancient grudge against Andy Cohen is still alive and well in the year 2022

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They say forgiveness is for the forgiver, but apparently Kathy Griffin either doesn’t see it that way, or she simply isn’t ready to free herself from past hurts.The 61-year-old funny lady was just profiled by The New York Times and she’s once again taking digs at Andy Cohen and talking about being canceled.In case you need a refresher: Cohen replaced Griffin on CNN’s New Year’s Eve show after she was fired by the network in 2017 for taking a picture of herself holding the severed head of Donald Trump.Speaking to the Times about that now-infamous photo, Griffin says, “I wasn’t just canceled.

I was erased.”This was absolutely one of the funniest things Kathy Griffin has done pic.twitter.com/BkWKPAKuhE— hunky dory (@hotwetangry) January 19, 2022“When you’re an artist known for being ‘difficult’ and you’re a man, they write New Yorker profiles about you and then Aaron Sorkin writes an open letter in support,” she explains. “But when you’re ‘difficult’ and you’re a woman, they call you a pain in the (expletive).”Related: Kathy Griffin has perfect response to anti-vaxxer who says “mandate” sounds gayIn the interview, Griffin also admits to “hate watching” CNN’s most recent New Year’s Eve broadcast featuring her ex-BFF Anderson Cooper and Cohen.As you may recall, during the show, Cohen went viral for trashing outgoing New York Mayor Bill De Blasio, saying he did the “crappiest job” before adding a “sayonara, sucka.”Andy Cohen rants about former New York City mayor Bill de Blasio during CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage.

https://t.co/IzDNA3CFlv— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) January 1, 2022CNN acknowledged Cohen went a little too far with the remarks, but ultimately said it would have him back next year.

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