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‘The View’ Piles on Charlie Sheen’s Kim Kardashian Butt Rant: ‘Her Ass Can Clap Itself’ (Video)

ABC daytime show’s guest co-hosts Kathy Griffin, Tracey Wigfield and Mario Cantone find humor in the ”Anger Management“ star’s latest tirade

ABC’s “The View” panel found comedy in another Charlie Sheen rant, thanks to guest co-host Mario Cantone.

During the hot topics segment, Cantone brought up a deleted Twitter rant from the “Anger Management” actor about Kim Kardashian. Sheen called E!’s “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star’s bottom “gross” and “giggly” [sic] after she reportedly denied an autograph for a 6-year-old fan.

“Her ass can clap itself when she jumps up and down. It can giggle and jiggle. It talks and says, ‘Feed me,'” Cantone joked.

Joining Cantone in the discussion were fellow guest hosts “Fashion Police” newbie Kathy Griffin and for a second time this week, “The Mindy Project” producer Tracey Wigfield. The trio filled in for Whoopi Goldberg, who’s nursing a bulging disk in her back, and Rosie Perez, who’ll be on hiatus this month to star in Larry David’s Broadway play “Fish in the Dark.”

During the discussion, Wigfield joked about Sheen’s moral character.

“I’m so surprised this is coming from Charlie Sheen who’s usually a pillar of the community and someone we can look up to as a great example,” Wigfield said jokingly.

“A moral leader,” said moderator Rosie O’ Donnell.

Wallace asked the panel if Sheen has anger issues.

“Say what you want, whether you like him or not, he’s made it through his craft, which he’s an actor,” Cantone said. “Kim Kardashian wants a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and it’s like, ‘For what? Best supporting actress in a sex tape? What do you want it for?'”

Continuing with hot topics, the panel discussed recent comments about Hollywood starlets from “Noah” actor Russell Crowe. TheWrap previously reported Crowe told the Australian Women’s Weekly  that older women claim roles are limited, but are more upset they can’t play young vixens – they should act their age.

“He’s making kind of a sexist point,” Wigfield said.

Griffin shrugged off the notion.

“I mean really, we’re listening to Russell Crowe about women’s issues, come on?” Griffin asked, noting Crowe’s “garage band” that plays covers in Australia.

Watch the video here.