“It’s crazy when you deal with people. They’re one way to your face and then on social media, they turn into crazy people,” Sykes told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Friday, in her first comments since tweeting she was quitting Roseanne as a consulting producer hours after Roseanne Barr's racist tweet. “They type in words and not realize there are faces on the other end of these things... The majority of stuff people write on Twitter they’d never do to someone’s face. For me, if I have something to say, I’ll say it to your face absolutely!” Barr has implied that Sykes' tweet led ABC to quickly cancel her show. “It wasn’t my tweet that put any pressure on ABC," said Sykes. "It was her Tweet! All I said was I wasn’t coming back.” While Sykes says Roseanne's cancelation was a "shame," she wouldn't be up for a potential spinoff without Barr. “I think I’m going to move on,” she said.