Andy Cohen Claps Back After Kathy Griffin's 'Untrue' Claims During Feud

Lucille Barilla

Andy Cohen is clapping back against his former friend Kathy Griffin after she made what he calls "untrue" statements over the years in their very public feud which came to a head in 2017. USA Today reported that Cohen, the host of Bravo's Watch What Happens Live, claims the comedienne has made up stories about him in the past several years that have been "untrue and sad."

"She's made up a lot of stuff about me in the past few years that have just been untrue and sad," Cohen said to USA Today.

He then said his hopes for Griffin would be that she finds "peace."

Cohen's long relationship with Griffin appeared to be fine until Griffin posed with a mask of Donald Trump's bloody head during a photoshoot, causing her firing from CNN's New Year's Eve Live, which she hosted with Anderson Cooper for many years. Cohen took over Griffin's spot next to Cooper the following year.

Griffin has alluded that Cohen had to do with the cancellation of her Bravo reality show Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D List, as reported by People Magazine.

"The guy, he decides the entire slate at Bravo, and yet he gave himself a talk show that magically gets renewed every year. So, you know, I had a talk show at Bravo for years that got canceled. And I thought, 'Yeah it's sort of competition for Andy,' So, no, he has not been very kind."