Kirstie Alley Slams Abercrombie & Fitch, Jodi Arias, And ‘Yearns For Controversy’ On Twitter

Kirstie Alley slammed Abercrombie Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries in an interview with Entertainment Tonight and on Twitter — and he’s not the only negative person she’s calling out either. As the plain-speaking 62-year-old actress tweeted a few hours ago, “[N]ow that I’ve stopped being controversial, I find myself longing for controversy.”

The frequent Tweeter recently said that she was going to take a break from controversial tweets for a couple of weeks, but Kirstie Alley just can’t resist. I know the feeling. How can you keep quiet when people keep being so ridiculous?

As The Inquisitr reported last night, Kirstie Alley slammed Jeffries in an ET interview:

“He says … Abercrombie clothes are for people that are cool and who look a certain way and are beautiful and who are thin and blah, blah, blah. He goes on and on and on. That would make me never buy anything from Abercrombie even if I was cool and thin. I got two kids in that [age] bracket that will never walk in those doors because of his view of people.”

In response, Jeffries issued a statement to ET stating that they were an “aspirational” brand not intended for everybody but that they didn’t support hate or discrimination based on size:

“We are completely opposed to any discrimination, bullying, derogatory characterizations or other anti-social behavior based on race, gender, body type or other individual characteristics.”

Jeffries doesn’t use English as plain as Alley’s, but he seemed to be saying that he admitted that the brand only targeted the thin, beautiful “specialty…segment of customers.” They don’t hate fat people. They just don’t want ’em shopping at Abercrombie Fitch.

Eh, I think Alley already figured that much out. She stands by what she told Entertainment Tonight:

Jodi Arias makes a hissable villain, and Alley doesn’t hold back what she thinks, even in the face of Arias fan protests:

I have to admit it. I’m loving the Kirstie Alley slams. Do you?

[Kirstie Alley photo by lev radin / Shutterstock.com]