Black God’s most beloved belly flop, Omarosa Manigault Newman, wants back on the Underground Railroad. Ever since being kicked out of her master’s house, where she was receiving a paycheck for being the president’s closest black friend, Omarosa has been revamping herself as a bitter “Spook Who Sat Near the President…
During an emergency meeting at 7:27 p.m. Wednesday, the past, present and future residents of Wakanda went to the Black Twitter polls and voted to ban all attempts at entry by Grammy Award-winning singer and world-renowned urinator R. Kelly.
Who didn’t see this coming? Seriously, I tried to warn y’all that Omarosa Manigault Newman was in the White House like the friend of the guy who got drafted first round in the NBA. You know the friend whose job it is to be the friend. He’s the guy who gets paid to coordinate the sidepieces. The guy who won’t get his…
Omarosa Manigault Newman, the onetime reality star-turned-politico, is going back to her roots. The former Diet Coke getter for President Waco von Jonestown is the latest to join a cast of D-list actors and has-beens on Celebrity Big Brother.
As the year comes to a close, The Root takes a look back at those who took an L. We aren’t talking the kind of loss you feel sympathy for—or the kind of losses you point a finger and laugh at or shake your head in shame and secondhand embarrassment. Let’s review everyone—and everything—that caught an extreme loss in…
As soon as news spread that the Black Wicked Witch of the White House had been thrown out of the official presidential residence like she was Jazzy Jeff in a lost episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, the melanated part of the country burst into a giggling fit not seen since we did the Electric Slide on the National…
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: Trust black women—well, except Omarosa Manigault Newman and Stacey Dash. But in general, black women will not steer you wrong. Ninety-eight percent of black women voted for Doug Jones in Alabama, and yes, black men showed up at the polls, too, against Roy Moore, with 93 percent
Omarosa Manigault Newman is out here lying. Wait, y’all know that she likes to sue, so let me clean that up a bit. Omarosa Manigault Newman is getting ahead of the rumors that claim she took her earrings off and Vaseline’d her face after White House chief of staff John Kelly asked Omarosa what it is that she does, and…
As soon as word came that a black woman would be the presiding judge for the Paul Manafort indictment, I braced myself for what is surely to come: pure fuckery—especially from the president and the conservative press.
The Trump administration might have a new secretary of stepping and fetching soon, since reports are beginning to surface that Omarosa Manigault is being pushed out of Trump’s inner circle by chief of staff John Kelly.
“It’s gonna be a shit show. Why are you participating in a shit show?”
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Oh, Omarosa, what will you now tout as your justification for aligning with our anti-black commander in chief?
Omarosa Manigault-Newman is one brave woman. She has to be to step into the makeshift house of justice and represent Team Trump.
hitched her wagon to another older man got hitched at Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
A rejuvenated Ebony magazine is considering reviving its Jet sibling as a newsstand product for millennials. It plans to publish more special single-themed issues for newsstand consumption and is branching out to stage special events as it seeks ways to extend the brand.
Can’t a sellout shop in peace? Well, if you’re Omarosa Manigault, the incoming White House director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison, no ... no, you can’t ... without being called a whore.
Given President Donald Trump’s recent interest in historically black colleges and universities and the rumored executive order supporting them, a group of Republican leaders plans to meet with HBCU heads in the coming weeks.