Roseanne Barr, whose eponymous sitcom was canceled on Tuesday after she made a racist remark about Valerie JarrettValerie June Jarrett#WeAreBaltimore surges to top of Twitter in wake of Trump comments Roseanne Barr, Andrew Dice Clay launch standup tour Valerie Jarrett: 'Our country is ready for a female president' MORE, tweeted Wednesday that she thought the former Obama adviser was white, Saudi, Jewish and Persian.

“I thought she was saudi,” Barr said in response to a Twitter user defending Barr’s tweet about Jarrett, whom she had compared to a child of "Planet of the Apes" and the Islamist group the Muslim Brotherhood.

“I honestly thought she was Jewish and Persian-ignorant of me for sure, but...i did,” Barr went on to tweet in the early hours of Wednesday.

A few hours after, Barr responded to a tweet questioning whether Jarrett was black.

After deleting her initial tweet on Tuesday, Barr apologized to Jarrett and said she would be leaving Twitter.


Nonetheless, ABC announced it would cancel “Roseanne” because of Barr’s comments.

Jarrett said Tuesday that the whole incident should be used as a “teaching moment” about racism.

“I’m fine. I’m worried about all the people out there who don’t have a circle of friends and followers who come right to their defense," Jarrett said at an MSNBC town hall.

Barr also said that she was using the sleeping pill Ambien when she made the racist tweets.

“It was 2 in the morning and I was Ambien tweeting-it was memorial day too-i went 2 far & do not want it defended-it was egregious Indefensible,” Barr said in a tweet, which is no longer available. “I made a mistake I wish I hadn’t but...don’t defend it please.”

On Tuesday, Hulu and several TV networks, including Viacom's CMT, TV Land and the Paramount Network, announced they would no longer air episodes of “Roseanne.”

Barr has also been dropped from her talent agency.