Tina Fey is sick of apologizing, and she’s also tired of the Internet.
Steer clear of the Internet and youll live forever, ” Fey told Net-a-Porter magazine in a wide straying interrogation. “We did an ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ episode and the Internet was in a whirlwind, announcing it prejudiced, ‘ but my brand-new aim is not to explain jokes.”
On one chapter of the collision Netflix show, the character Jacqueline Voorhees repudiates her Native American heritage. Voorhees is played by former “3 0 Rock” star Jane Krakowski, who is white.
“I feel like we place so much effort into writing and crafting everything, they need to speak for themselves, ” Fey resumed. “Theres a real culture of asking apologetics, and Im opting out of that.”
Fey and and her old-fashioned friend Amy Poehler are currently starring in the movie “Sisters.” The two hosted “Saturday Night Live” on Saturday to promote their movie, where they also took some social media heat for a skit about males marriage even younger second wives.