"Andy Cohen treated me like a dog," she bluntly claimed. "He was, like, one of the worst bosses I ever had."
Griffin continued, "He decides the entire slate at Bravo and yet he gave himself a talk show at Bravo that magically gets renewed every year."
The Emmy winner starred on the reality series "My Life on the D-List" from 2005 to 2010 on the network and went on have her own Bravo talk show "Kathy" from 2012 to 2013. Griffin seemed to suggest the show's cancelation had something to do with Cohen.
"I had a talk show at Bravo for two years," she said. "And it got canceled and I thought, 'Yeah, it's like in a way it's like competition for Andy.'"
Griffin also was asked about her former CNN's New Year's Eve co-host Anderson Cooper. If you recall, Cohen replaced Griffin in 2017, after she was fired for posing with a fake, bloody decapitated head resembling Donald Trump.
After the image went viral, Cooper slammed Griffin on Twitter.
"For the record, I am appalled by the photo shoot Kathy Griffin took part in," the journalist tweeted at the time. "It is clearly disgusting and completely inappropriate."
"I really loved him, and I really loved doing that show, and it was a lot of fun," she told People.
When asked if she thinks Cooper will ever reach out for reconciliation, Griffin said, "I don't think he has really any interest in it. And I'm, like I said, after going through something like this, I'm, like, done chasing people. I'm down to three friends on a good day, and so I just kind of want to go where I can make people laugh."
"You know, I don't think he's that kind of guy, you know what I mean?" she added. "I just don't think he's wired that way."