Why would Steve Rannazzisi or anyone lie about surviving 9/11?

18 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Buffalo Wild Wings drops Steve Rannazzisi TV commercials after 9/11 lie revealed.

This decision comes just one day after the star of FX’s The League admitted that he had lied about being in one of the towers in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 when they were struck by two airplanes in a terror attack. The actor had claimed in interviews that he pursued a career in entertainment as a result of what happened that day while he claimed to be working at Merrill Lynch’s offices on the 54th floor of the South Tower. ‘Upon careful review, we have decided to discontinue airing our current television commercials featuring Steve Rannazzisi,’ Buffalo Wild Wings said in a statement. Officials at Comedy Central said Thursday they were still pondering whether to spike a Rannazzisi stand-up comedy special set to air Saturday night on the network. It is a giant blow for the restaurant chain, who had planned to use the actor in their new commercials which had just begun airing for the football season.

He continued trying to explain his actions, saying; ‘For many years, more than anything, I have wished that, with silence, I could somehow erase a story told by an immature young man.

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