Whoopi Goldberg Continues to Opt Out of ‘The View’ Co-Hosts Group Chat

New York, NY – Whoopi Goldberg, co-host of “The View,” has made it clear that she has no interest in being part of the co-hosts’ group chat. During a recent episode of the popular daytime talk show, the topic of the group chat came up when co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin asked if there was a chat she was not included in.

Sunny Hostin, another co-host, revealed that there had been a group chat in the past, but Goldberg, 68, never actively participated. Hostin explained, “She doesn’t look at any of us.” Goldberg compared her behavior to Michael Corleone, stating that she would remove herself from the chat, but somehow find herself added back without her knowledge.

Co-host Ana Navarro suggested that Goldberg simply silence the notifications instead of leaving the chat entirely. However, Goldberg defended her actions, stating, “Silencing y’all does not mean being part of it.” She made it clear that she does not care about the chat and values her weekends.

Goldberg’s co-hosts jokingly remarked about her habit of repeatedly leaving the group chat. While Navarro expressed understanding for the potential confusion of multiple group chats, Goldberg emphasized that she communicates when she has something to say. She explained, “I’m busy, you know. When I talk about those hit and runs, what do you think I’m doing?”

This is not the first time Goldberg has demonstrated her disinterest in certain topics on “The View.” Earlier this month, she walked off the set when her co-hosts started discussing sexual fetishes. The incident occurred when they were talking about an anonymous person’s experience with his wife’s refusal to let him give foot massages due to his fetish.

Goldberg’s departure during such discussions has become somewhat of a signature move for her on the show. Her co-hosts have grown accustomed to her leaving the table when she is not interested in a particular topic.

Through her outspokenness and selective participation, Goldberg has made it clear that she will engage in conversations on her own terms. As a prominent figure on “The View,” she continues to captivate audiences with her unfiltered approach to discussing pressing issues.