Alec Baldwin has blamed fundamentalist gays Rich Ferraro and Andrew Sullivan for the recent cancellation of his MSNBC talk show, Up Late with Alec Baldwin.

“You've got the fundamentalist wing of gay advocacy – Rich Ferraro and Andrew Sullivan – they're out there, they've got you,” Baldwin told, referring to GLAAD spokesman Rich Ferraro and openly gay blogger Andrew Sullivan.

“Rich Ferraro, this is probably one of his greatest triumphs,” he said. “They killed my show. And I have to take some responsibility for that myself.”

Baldwin's show was abruptly canceled after alleged that he called a photographer a “cocksucking faggot” during an altercation which took place two weeks ago outside his New York City apartment.

Baldwin insisted in a Huffington Post op-ed that he never used the word “faggot.”

“I never used the word faggot in the tape recording being offered as evidence against me,” Baldwin wrote. “What word is said right after the other choice word I use is unclear. But I can assure you, with complete confidence, that a direct homophobic slur (or indirect one for that matter) is not spoken.”

According to The New York Post, the network partially based its decision on the incident. However, an unnamed source told Page Six that Baldwin's demands were also to blame for his dismissal.

MSNBC said in a statement that the parting was “mutual” and “we wish Alec all the best.”