The WNBA star was released after being imprisoned in Russia for almost 10 months.
The Brooklyn Bruiser gets to the biz of clowning the whole entertainment industry
Griner also reveals plans to play with the Phoenix Mercury in the upcoming WNBA season.
The WNBA star also received a fresh haircut.
The Russian prisoner expressed his frustration with being left behind in captivity.
"I need Brittney Griner home before Christmas."
"She's safe, she's on a plane, she's on her way home," President Biden confirmed.
The WNBA star could also reportedly be working 17-hour days under Russian surveillance.