During a return trip home to Plainview, Long Island, AEW star Maxwell Jacob Friedman agreed to an interview from local station News 12. In it, while they’re walking around MJF’s old school, the subject of what he wanted to do when he was young came up. As it happens, MJF was on the Rosie O’Donnell show as a kid, a fact that resurfaced in April of this year. At the time, Maxwell said that the appearance had traumatized him, but he now sees an opportunity instead. Here’s what he said about the incident as he aired his grievances to local reporter Andrew Rappaport.
“I got taken advantage of, to be honest. I sang ‘You Are My Sunshine’ on The Rosie O’Donnell Show and I was not compensated for it. I want my money Rosie if you are watching this. I know you are, I know you follow me, I want my money back.”
It’s unclear if Rosie will respond to such demands, but it is clear that MJF hasn’t forgotten the grave injustice he’s conjured up in his mind. You can see the full news report in the video below: