The controversial comedy writer took to Twitter shortly after the Black Sabbath singer announced the news on 'Good Morning America'
'The Office' star has called it hypocrisy to penalise one person over a joke and not another.
Jo Brand joked people should throw batter acid, instead of milkshakes at "unpleasant characters".
Danny Baker was overwhelmed by support from fans at his first live show since being sacked from the BBC.
The broadcaster was sacked by the BBC after he tweeted a photo of a chimpanzee walking hand in hand with a man and woman, with the caption, "Royal baby leaves hospital."
Former BBC broadcaster Danny Baker has issued a “formal apology” for the tweet that led to him being dismissed from his Radio 5 Live job.
'Mock the Week' host Dara Ó Briain hopes that 'when he f***s up, you might accept an apology.'
The Apprentice boss also faced accusations of racism after he tweeted a picture of the Senegal World Cup football team, comparing them to beach vendors in Marbella.
Comedian London Hughes, ITV News anchor Charlene White and writer Limmy have all chimed in on Danny Baker's recent dismissal.
BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Danny Baker posted a photograph of a man and a woman with a chimpanzee dressed as a human.
In his first interview since being booted off the show by viewers on Friday, the 59-year-old DJ blasted claims that he made Martin blub when he stuck up for camp president Scarlett Moffatt. “I don’t understand it at all,” raged Danny.
It’s probably not going to come as much of a surprise that the first person to get evicted from the I’m A Celebrity jungle was Danny Baker.
Tributes have been pouring in for television writer, Carla Lane, who sadly passed away at the age of 87. Carla was best known for writing hit comedy series Bread, Butterflies and The Liver Birds. Carla’s biggest hit was Bread which focused on a working class family in Liverpool.
The latest piece of gossip doing the rounds is that host Chris Evans has hired Danny Baker to write his jokes for him. Earlier this week, Chris said that the new series of Top Gear, which is the first since Jeremy Clarkson’s infamous sacking, will be ‘less blokey’ and contain less schoolboy gags than his predecessor.