Remember last week when Stacey Dash sent off that tweet calling our Auntie Maxine a buffoon who was trying to extend her 15 minutes of fame? Well, now the Clueless star is claiming that she wasn’t the one who fired off the wannabe spicy tweet; it was an unnamed intern who made a mistake.
Dear Stacey Dash:
After a weekend of unprecedented criticism of the newly inaugurated President Donald J. Trump and his new press secretary Sean Spicer for their equally unprecedented string of falsehoods and hectoring of the news media, Spicer told reporters on Monday that the White House’s intention is never to lie.
Stacey Dash, a vehement Donald Trump supporter and Republican apologist—you know, the one former Fox CEO Roger Ailes reportedly called “the black girl”—has been kicked off one of her biggest soap boxes.
Black people: Embracing whiteness won’t save us.
Pop quiz (and bonus points if reading those words made you think of Tamia): When is the last time Antonio Sabato Jr. was poppin’?
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There is a little-known technique in some areas of psychology called “puppet therapy,” whereby patients use dolls or puppets to express emotions and points of view that they are uncomfortable saying themselves. The puppet becomes a de facto voice for people to vent their feelings freely and release their true thoughts…