Constance Wu Rage Tweets After Fresh Off the Boat Renewal, Later Backtracks

American Housewife Bless This Mess

American Housewife Bless This Mess

"Dislike", Wu wrote under the post, according to Variety.

It's possible that Fresh Off the Boat returns, does one more season without Wu, and then ends - in all honesty, we're not sure we saw it continuing past the sixth season anyway.

Wu stars in "Fresh off the Boat" playing the mother in a Taiwanese-American family in Florida in the 1990s. "I love the word", she wrote.

Although fans may rejoice that ABC's sitcom "Fresh Off the Boat" just got renewed, star Constance Wu is not one of them. "Ugh", she tweeted on Saturday, followed by expletives.

Given that she's still at an early stage in her career, there isn't a lot of information out there about Wu's net worth. While she offers plenty of kind words for the series and its cast and crew, she also explains that the role of Jessica is "fun and easy and pleasant" and that she was looking forward to the other project that "would have challenged [her] as an artist".

The 37-year-old actress, who has been on the show since 2015, seemingly shared her disappointment about the ABC comedy being renewed on social media.

She continued: "Y'all are making a lot of assumptions about what I was saying".

Wu has denied that the renewal of "Fresh Off the Boat" caused her to be upset on social media.

After a couple of hours, she walked things back further, writing, "Todays tweets were on the heels of rough day & were ill timed w/the news of the show". She also said that, despite the way it appeared, the comments were not about Fresh Off the Boat's renewal.

Wu said that in general, she's "always sought artistic challenge over comfort and ease".

"So here is me unmuddling it with my truth: FOTB is a great show that I'm proud of and that I enjoy".

"People "assumed" that that meant I don't love and enjoy FOTB", she added. "I do regret that and it wasn't nice and I am sorry for that".

"Believe women? You weren't sexually assaulted you were given a multimillion dollar contract extension", tweeted Hollywood Reporter senior writer Seth Abramovitch.

An ABC spokesman declined comment, and a Wu representative didn't immediately respond to an email seeking clarification.

There is a second part to this Twitter drama: actress Gemma Chan claimed she accidentally liked a now-deleted tweet about Wu being hard to work with.