Stacey Dash Slams Oprah For Trayvon Martin Comments

stacey dash Stacey Dash Slams Oprah For Trayvon Martin Comments

I had my heart set on Santa leaving an inflatable chair from the Delia*s catalog underneath my Christmas tree and performing choregraphy with Brandy in the middle of Times Square the last time I legitimately cared about anything relating to Stacey Dash.

But after this post goes live on the site, who really won?

Quoting Malcolm X, the 46-year-old actress took to Twitter to post a link to a Fox News Insider article taking Oprah to task for comparing Trayvon Martin to Emmett Till, writing “If you aren’t careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed and loving the people who are doing the oppressing” adding “Shame on you @Oprah.” The outspoken conservative also noted that President Obama shouldn’t be “on Fox News every day.”

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Rush Limbaugh: Oprah Experienced Discrimination Because She’s ‘Fat’

rush lim Rush Limbaugh: Oprah Experienced Discrimination Because Shes Fat

File this one under “Make My Name Taste Like Ass When You Speak It.”

Rush Limbaugh can’t seem to keep Oprah‘s name out of his cum catcher.

Days after suggesting Oprah experienced discrimination when a saleswoman refused to show her an expensive handbag in a Switzerland shop was because she is the proud owner of a FUPA rather than racism (since it doesn’t exist in Europe, duh niggas), the outspoken radio host and conservative commentator continued to obsess over Winfrey’s weight.

Panini. Pressed.

“Oprah is a plus-size woman, and there is discrimination against plus-size women. You don’t see a whole lot of really fashionable, wealthy, overweight women. Most fashionably wealthy women are stick-thin. Unless you get into the frumpy ’70s and ’80s, but even then it’s an exception, to see a very wealthy, overweight, fat woman.”

Previously on his show, he shared with listeners:

“We do not know [if] the salesperson based her judgment on The Oprah’s skin color. The salesperson obviously thought that The Oprah couldn’t afford the what is it—$38,100 bag. Maybe it’s because The Oprah’s fat . . . [and] how was The Oprah dressed? I mean, she didn’t look like The Oprah, obviously. Was she wearing [a] jumpsuit with tennis shoes, maybe Air Jordans that were not lace up? I mean, who knows?”

Since revealing the shopping incident to Larry King last week, Oprah has received an apology from Switzerland’s tourism office. She later offered her own apology at the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’ on Monday night.

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Oprah (And Her Big Hair) Hit The Red Carpet With Stedman Graham

oprah stedman Oprah (And Her Big Hair) Hit The Red Carpet With Stedman Graham

The newly rediscovered sexual feline living inside of Oprah continued its prowl at the premiere of ‘The Butler’ on Monday night (August 5) in New York City. Lady O was accompanied on the red carpet by her fine ass longtime dick dealer Stedman Graham. Let’s go, little kitty kat.

Before chatting it up with AJ Calloway about her return to the big screen in the Lee Daniels flick due in theaters August 16 earlier today, the 59-year-old playfully warned Free’s former scalp masseuse not to ask her any questions about Paula Deen.

“Oh my God! I don’t have anything to do with Paula Deen,” Oprah laughed. “She is not the first white lady to use the ‘n’ word! Good Lord!”

Oprah Attends Press Conference For ‘The Butler’

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Oprah Winfrey, Gabrielle Union, Quvenzhané Wallis & More Honored At Essence’s Black Women In Hollywood Awards

essence11 Oprah Winfrey, Gabrielle Union, Quvenzhané Wallis & More Honored At Essences Black Women In Hollywood Awards

Essence magazine celebrated the achievements Oprah Winfrey, Alfre Woodard, Gabrielle Union, Mara Brock-Akil, Quvenzhané Wallis and Naomie Harris at its annual Black Women In Hollywood Awards Luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Thursday afternoon (February 21).

The event recognizes the ‘Power of Our Presence’ by spotlighting the stellar accomplishments of African-American female performers and creators in film and television.

Experience the event vicariously by clicking through the gallery and by watching the recorded livestream inside.

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