News anchor storms off: John Brown Storms Off

Published: August 11, 2015

News anchor storms off: John Brown Storms Off, Welp, looks like he doesn’t DVR Keeping Up With the Kardashians! Florida news co-anchor John Brown tried to cut out of work early during a live broadcast of Good Day Orlando on Friday, Aug. 7. After discussing Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s recent nuptials, Brown walked off set before his co-worker Amy Kaufeldt could gab about the Kardashian-Jenner clan.

“I’m having a good Friday so I refuse to talk about the Kardashians today. You are on your own, Amy,” he said, noticing on the teleprompter that a Kardashian story was next. “I’ve had enough Kardashians! I’ve had enough Kardashians on this show!”

Brown eventually rejoined Kaufeldt on the couch, but was not amused when the subject of Kylie Jenner’s new bunny came up. Jenner, who turned 18 on Monday, named her furry pal Bruce, after Caitlyn Jenner.

“I don’t care! I’m sick of this family! It’s a non-story!” Brown said. “We are talking about this family every freaking day on this show. Nobody cares about this family anymore! I’ve had enough! I want to have a good Friday, I don’t want to talk about the Kardashians anymore.”

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  1. Rebecca on August 12th, 2015 7:55 pm

    Good for him! I can’t take the crap that passes for news anymore either. It’s all free publicity for these freaks of nature that constantly get crammed down our throat. I have NO idea how all of this free publicity doesn’t amount to unjust enrichment. No one is in a better position than the news media to sue these “celebrities” for unjust enrichment for all the free publicity they are getting and get this crap off the air, not just the news, once and for all. Having to report the tabloit crap has cost the news every bit of credibility it ever had. I so long for the days of Cronkite when news was real and important. Not tabloid crapola. I rarely, if ever, even watch the news anymore. They all seem to think entertaining me is more important than informing me.

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