“People assume that when you say something that you believe it. It’s purely comedic invention," Seinfeld elaborated https://t.co/7RBwzRGYLZ— Page Six (@PageSix) August 15, 2018
Jerry told the New York Times Magazine that he believes if the tweets were meant as jokes they should be taken as such.
“Jokes are not real. People assume that when you say something that you believe it. It’s purely comedic invention.”
Seinfeld added that he's never apologized for telling a joke and never will.
"You know, I do this whole bit about Pop-Tarts and how much I love them. I don’t love Pop-Tarts. It’s just funny. It’s funny to say it, so I say it."