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Jenny McCarthy, Donnie Wahlberg, Super Bowl

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Remember that one tweet Amber Rose fired at Kanye West? C'mon, of course you remember.

Well, in case you don't (or in case you just want to relive that moment) after Yeezy and Wiz Khalifa got into it on the Twitterverse, Muva Rosebud decided to chime in with a single tweet that nearly blew up the Internet:"Awww @kanyewest are u mad I'm not around to play in ur a--hole anymore?" she wrote, adding, "#FingersInTheBootyAssBitch."

Well, 'Ye definitely had some feelings about that (as did most of the people on the worldwide web), but Jenny McCarthy doesn't seem to think the booty play is a big deal at all. 

When E! News caught up with the blond beauty at the SiriusXM lounge in Radio Row for Super Bowl weekend in San Francisco, she told us, "I love it so much. This is what I think. First of all, there is nothing wrong with ass play, lets get that out there."

She continued, "I think that Amber Rose, I love the fact that she doesn't give a crap about what anybody thinks. I also think there was a little bit of manipulation in terms of Kanye setting up this kind of peace olive branch picture. Because he has a got a album coming out that has a religious connotation to it. I feel like he needed to walk the talk and have that peace happen quickly before this Swish happens."

You mean Waves, Jenny? It's OK. It was an abrupt change. 

But it wasn't all ass play and Kanye talk with Jenny and her hubby Donnie Wahlberg

The Dirty, Sexy, Funny show host had guest Cuba Gooding Jr. on earlier today, which prompted some chit-chat about what the pair think of FX's The People v. O.J. Simpsonwhich stars Gooding as O.J. Simpson. "It is amazing that it has come back around, but crime itself has come around. I think Steve Avery, Making a Murderer, brought people's interest back into it, also Jodi Arias. Oh God. That would be great if they did a Jodi Arias [docu-series]," McCarthy told us, and guess who she'd want to play Arias? "Me! I can play a sociopath."

Wahlberg added, "I compared [in a blog] our reactions to both cases that we as a society, seeing all of the O.J. case, we just assumed he was guilty and none of the evidence mattered to the public. I think the Steven Avery case, the public is just assuming is innocent. It seems like a real double standard to me."

He continued, "The [O.J.] case should never have gone to trial after [Mark Furman jumped over the wall at O.J.'s house]. Yet it did. And everybody wanted it to. And America wanted to see O.J. fry and they wanted him to go down and they had an unscalable appetite to see that happen." 

"I think people rush to judgment," McCarthy noted. "People are blaming the cops for rushing to judgment on the Steve Avery case, but when you watch the documentary it only shows one side. Donny was the one who pointed that out. You're doing exactly what the cops did. I think critical thinking has a long way to go still. I think people like a headline and they stick to it and it takes a lot of beating up and cracking to open that mind."