Actress Kirstie Alley, who is best known for her role in the hit 1980s sitcom "Cheers," called out her Hollywood colleagues late Friday for being "d**n hypocrites," "a**hats," and "yahoos."
"I refuse to be part of the Hollywood a**hats who can't see that 'NOT working with Republicans' is as stupid and NASTY as 'REFUSING to do business with gay people'..STOP ACTING above the FRAY ya d**n hypocrites...WE are the same species! let's help each OTHER ya d**n yahoos," Alley wrote on Twitter.
I refuse to be part of the Hollywood asshats who can’t see that “NOT working with Republicans” is as stupid and NAS… https://t.co/6DbC9h5nGT— Kirstie Alley (@Kirstie Alley)1567816788.0
Alley's blunt message comes after Debra Messing and Eric McCormack — stars of the sitcom "Will & Grace" — advocated for the outing and blacklisting of Hollywood conservatives who attend a Beverly Hills fundraiser for President Donald Trump later this month.
McCormack requested the Hollywood Reporter to "kindly report on everyone attending this event, so the rest of us can be clear about who we don't wanna work with."
Meanwhile, Messing urged the Hollywood Reporter to "print a list of all attendees please," claiming "the public has a right to know."
In response, the duo was accused of hypocrisy, "actual fascism," and "McCarthyism."
What else did Alley say?
Later, she urged fans to watch comedian Dave Chappelle's new Netflix special "Sticks & Stones" and said that authentic tolerance is "implementing human rights to all humans even though you don't necessarily agree with their views."
Do yourself a favor this weekend.. See Dave Chappell’s new Netflix show.. think it’s called Sticks and Stones .. wh… https://t.co/JIlO34EQaP— Kirstie Alley (@Kirstie Alley)1567818270.0
Tolerance isn’t standing up for what’s popular .. Tolerance is understanding and implementing human rights to all h… https://t.co/G2n2P4tCPJ— Kirstie Alley (@Kirstie Alley)1567822495.0