Reporter drops F-bomb on live television, quits her job to focus on Marijuana legalization

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska  –   Charlo Greene, a reporter for KTVA in Alaska, is looking for a new job today.

She announced she was the owner of an  Alaskan cannabis club on live television.

That’s not all.

Right after Greene dropped that bombshell on the Sunday 10 p.m. live newscast, she dropped another one.

“F— it. I quit,” she said on live television.

After several moments of awkwardness on the set, the anchor, who was caught off guard, apologized.

Twitter was buzzing after Greene shocked viewers with her announcement and abrupt departure.

Some Twitter folks praised Greene’s dramatic way of quitting her job.

Others say it was ‘classless’ and tacky.

Within minutes, Greene’s author page on KTVA was wiped clean. A little before midnight, KTVA tweeted an apology:

“Viewers, we sincerely apologize for the inappropriate language used by a KTVA reporter on the air tonight. The employee has been terminated.”

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Greene says  she’s dedicating herself to the fight to legalize marijuana in the state of Alaska.