posted on Jul, 14 2004 @ 09:18 PM
Florida-based Slim-Fast said it was "disappointed" in Goldberg's remarks at last Thursday's $7.5 million star-studded fund-raiser at Radio City
Music Hall in New York.
"Ads featuring Ms. Goldberg will no longer be on the air," Slim-Fast General Manager Terry Olson said in a statement, adding that the company
regrets that Goldberg's remarks offended some customers.
I know there is such thing as free speech, but a company also has the right to drop a spokesperson for such comments...
What a moron, I understand she was drunk, but really, have some class and think before you speak... Even though it's funny, it wasn't very smart on
her part... Way to lose a job whoopi... I could say some stupid jokes about her name, but i'll refrain...