Kathy Griffin has been getting a ton of backlash after posting a pic of a fake, bloody Donald Trump head. The Comedian has since apologized for having "crossed the line" but has apparently still lost out on two more gigs.

Kathy's getting kicked to the curb

Two venues have canceled Kathy Griffin's shows after she got slammed for posing with a bloody head of the President of the United States, according to TMZ.

Kathy Griffin's Celebrity Run-In Tour gig at St. George Theatre in Staten Island on November 2 has been canceled. The State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ axed the comedian's show as well.

The two venues announced their decisions to cancel Kathy Griffin's shows online and also said that they would be issuing full refunds to people who had bought tickets saying, "Ms. Griffin’s recent actions have severely inhibited our ability to fulfill our mission as a non-profit theater serving the Staten Island community." Jersey's State Theatre also cited safety concerns."

These last two shows make a total of five shows that have been canceled for Kathy's tour.

Route 66 Casino in Albuquerque axed her show on Wednesday, followed by two other venues in California.

Apologetic and regretful

Kathy Griffin has been apologizing on end for her actions after receiving such harsh backlash [VIDEO]from everyone. The comedian vowed to remove the image and said that she had crossed the line and "went way too far. The image is too disturbing. I understand how it offends people."

Now, the comedian is being criticized by war veterans of foreign wars for posting the gory photo.

According to Fox News, veterans are coming forward to speak out against Kathy Griffin. Controversial photographer, Tyler Shields has also been slammed for depicting the president in such a grotesque manner.

VFW National Commander Brian Duffy has said in a statement that Griffin's apology is "not accepted."

"What she did was not humorous nor should it be protected speech or expression. Playing to an audience with a severed head is what our enemies do. The USO should end its relationship with her," added Duffy.

The VFW is a nonprofit service organization of veterans and military service members from the active guard, and reserve forces.

The statement from the VFW came just days after CNN announced that it was terminating the 56-year-old comedian's hosting gig for New Year's Eve.

A spokesperson for the network called Griffin's photos "disgusting and offensive."

Do you think Kathy Griffin's photo with Donald Trump was inappropriate? Are you surprised that venues are canceling her shows? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.