Transcript for 'Man vs. Food' Star Apologizes for Twitter Rant
We're going to turn to the travel channel star under fire. As we've been talking, after boasting about his weight loss on instagram. It led to a battle over body image and an expletive-filled rant that got his new show pulled. And ABC's Abbie Boudreau has the latest. Reporter: Adam Richman is best known for his travel channel show "Man versus food." Fire away. Reporter: But this morning, the star is facing pushback from fans and his network, who put his show on the back burner, after his anger-fueled rant on Twitter and instagram. It started when Richman, who beard it all for this month's cosmo, instagramed a photo of his dramatic weight loss. Using the hash tag, St thinspiration. Women reportedly writing they were offended. One person posting, maybe realize that you aren't being rolled. But that upset actual human beings. Richman, firing back. Telling one of his critics to grab a razor blade and draw a bath. I doubt anyone will miss you. And lashing out at another. Saying no apology is coming. Get ready. Reporter: Travel channel did not respond to our request for a comment. Richmond, in a statement to ABC news, asking for forgiveness. Telling "Gma," he apologizes for his inexcusable remarks. Saying, quote, I've long struggled with my body image and have worked very hard to achieve a healthy weight. And incredibly sorry to everyone I've hurt. For "Good morning America," Abbie Boudreau, ABC news, los Angeles. Yeah. Just kind of a reminder, you have to be careful with the words that you use, when using hash tags and tweeting. What have you got in the
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