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Unfortunately, her "loose canon" type of humor got her banned from numerous daytime talk shows.
In a Twitter post late Tuesday, Griffin said the image "is too disturbing," and that "it wasn't funny." "I understand how it offends people," she said, adding "I've made a lot of mistakes in my career." According to the gossip site, Griffin joked with Shields on set they would need to move to Mexico after the photos were released or fear imprisonment. We didn't kill anybody nor do I feel anybody should be killed. It just happens to be a still image." Shields tweeted a link to a You Tube video called "Behind the scenes with Kathy Griffin" but the video has since been removed.In her Twitter post on Tuesday, Griffin said she was going to "take down the image." Display nothing; This is on Publish with no configured Image "I went too far and I was wrong," she said. I understand there are going to be people that hate this. However, he later told Fox News that the video had glitches, which prompted him to take it down and then re-upload it.Shields told Fox News that Griffin was hoping to create a bold message. This is hardly the first time Shields' photos have caused uproar.Imagine living in a bubble so impermeable, it didn’t occur to you that retailing a photograph of a decapitated president’s head would be a horrendous career move — a bubble in which you don’t know anyone who doesn’t think the world would be a better place once Donald Trump had had his head cut off. This Times Square Rolex knockoff of Joan Rivers knew the photograph of her holding the decapitated and bloody head of the president of the United States was edgy and provocative. Her professional life has been about making fun of people who try and fail to achieve genuinely deserved American celebrity. Making fun of a Kardashian is about as daring as smoking a clove cigarette. That’s why she initially defended the picture to the journalist Yashar Ali by claiming it was “art.” But in her heart of hearts, Kathy Griffin is no more a provocateur than Tickle-Me Elmo.