Omarosa made her small screen debut in 2004 on “The Apprentice.” Since then, she has been one of the most vicious villains on reality television—and now, after more than 15 years in front of the camera, she has become the queen of the sunken place. Much of the former White House staffer’s career has been focused on demeaning her own community and, until recently, defending our racist president.
Now she has a book, “Unhinged: An Insider’s Account of the Trump White House” and appears to be attempting to get in the good graces of the community she has disrespected for years. Just yesterday, she had a meltdown on Sirius XM Urban View, attacking yet another Black journalist.
See Omarosa’s long history of berating Black people in media.
1. Omarosa vs. Wendy Williams (2008)
In 2008, Omarosa appeared on the first season of “The Wendy Williams Show” and things quickly got ugly when the reality star tried to shame the talk show host for alleged plastic surgery. Omarosa was promoting a book titled “The Bitch Switch.” Watch above.
2. La Toya Jackson (2012)
In 2012, Omarosa appeared on “Celebrity Apprentice” with La Toya Jackson. After constantly being attacked by Omarosa, La Toya clapped back and Omarosa had a breakdown. Omarosa famously threatened to sue La Toya. Girl, who has a feud with La Toya Jackson? SMH.
3. Claudia Jordan (2013)
Omarosa and Claudia Jordan appeared on “Celebrity Apprentice” together in 2012. There was bad blood between them, and in 2013 Jordan claimed Omarosa called her a “bitch” and her mother even punched her at the BET Awards. Watch above.
4. Joy-Ann Reid (2016)
Omaorsa was riding hard on the Trump train in April 2016 and was not happy when former participants on “The Apprentice” called out his racism. However, when she appeared on MSNBC with Joy-Ann Reid, the reality star was clearly not ready to have her BS challenged. In the interview, she was volatile, rude and insulted Joy repeatedly.
5. Robin Roberts (2017)
After Robin Roberts reacted with a “Bye, Felicia” to Omarosa saying she has a story to tell, the reality star couldn’t help but respond. She called Robin’s two words, saying, “It’s a Black woman civil war.” Omarosa can’t even handle a mild critique of her foolishness.
6. April Ryan (2016 – 2018)
While Omarosa was helping Trump debase the White House, she was also attacking April Ryan. The award-winning journalist said Omarosa tried to get her fired and even secretly recorded her. Listen to Ryan explain to Sirius XM’s Karen Hunter in the video above.
7. Ed Gordon (2017)
At that same, National Association of Black Journalists convention in 2017, Omarosa had a fit onstage during a panel with Ed Gordon. With the mother Philando Castile on the panel, Omarosa had a meltdown as she was challenged about her comments on police brutality and Trump. Ed Gordon respectfully shut her down.
8. Symone Sanders (2017)
At that same National Association of Black Journalists convention. Symone Sanders questioned on Twitter (see above) why Omarosa was even on the panel. Omarosa reportedly hunted Sanders down and confronted her, which wasn’t captured on video—but we are sure Sanders let her have it.
9. Sirius XM’s Clay Cane (2018)
In September of 2018, Omarosa sat down for an interview on “The Clay Cane Show.” After several minutes of her being extremely rude—and also insulting April Ryan—she was questioned about her “bow down” comments and why she stayed in the White House. The reality star went ballistic. She started recording Cane, called him ignorant, claimed he had a Jheri curl and called him a bitch. See one of the clips below, she says “bitch” at the very end.
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