(USA TODAY) -- Listen up, tabloid reporters:
In a long piece that appeared under his byline Sunday night on
"I loathe and despise the media in a way I did not think possible," Baldwin writes. "This is the last time I'm going to talk about my personal life in an American publication ever again."
He also denies that he used a homophobic slur during that infamous confrontation with the photographer. "Do you honestly believe I would give someone like TMZ's
Other revelations in the 5,000-word essay:
He's ready to move out of
He's angry at MSNBC, which refused to go forward with his planned talk show after the run-in with the photographer. "If MSNBC went off the air tomorrow, what difference would it make? ... MSNBC, in its own way, is as ... redundant and as superfluous, as Fox."
Baldwin also writes about his thwarted political ambitions: "I had dreams of running for office at some point in the next five years."
And there's the inevitable
There's much, much more, so do read the whole thing.