The irony of Stacey Dash calling Jesse Williams a “plantation slave” after his empowering speech Sunday night at the BET Awards is just….we have no words. Deets inside on the latest from her and Lil Wayne inside…
Barely employed actress Stacey Dash (pictured above with her son Austin) started off a blog post she wrote this week saying:
“Sorry, Mr. Williams. But the fact that you were standing on that stage at those awards tells people you really don’t know what (you’re) talking about. Just spewing hate and anger,”. “Because you, my man, are just like everyone else hustling to get money.”
She also wrote Wednesday on her blog:
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: BET is keeping racism and segregation alive and this past Sunday’s awards show proves it.
Because a person acknowledging racism exists makes one a racist? Gotta love her creativity when it comes to logic.
She posted Jesse’s speech and then showed her ass saying:
You’ve just seen the perfect example of a HOLLYWOOD plantation slave! Sorry, Mr Williams. But the fact that you were standing on that stage at THOSE awards tells people you really don’t know what your talking about. Just spewing hate and anger.
Because you my man are just like everyone else hustling to get money. But your cognitive dissidents has you getting it from THAT BYSTANDER whom YOU DONT NEED. Yes. BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION is WHITE OWNED.
If Jesse’s a plantation slave, does that make your “Clueless” self a house slave Stacey? Oh, and we think she meant “cognitive DISSONANCE.” Actually knowing correct terminology (and using said terminology correctly) when trying to read someone is an underappreciated skill.
She ended her rant (that we won’t be posting in full here because, we’re out of F’s to give) with:
If anyone is GHETTO-IZING anyone, it’s people like you letting the BETs and other media outlets portray us in stereotypes.
Chile, BET is going to want every check back they ever wrote to her.
Like Bro. Jesse said, if you’re not offering solutions, have a seat and let those who are continue to put in work.
In other news about celebs talking their ish:
Lil Wayne is about to profit off that 8-month jail stint he did. He’s talking all about it in his upcoming memoir Gone Till November, which has a release date of October 2016.
Since his new music like Tha Carter V is allegedly being held hostage by Cash Money honcho Birdman will instead publish a book called “Gone ‘Til November: A Journal of Rikers Island.” According to NYT, the book is “an account of the eight months he spent there in 2010,” and is set for release on Oct. 11.
This book was first talked about back in 2012 with a release date set for that year, but it didn’t happen. Now, with a new publisher in tow (Plume Publishing, an imprint of Penguin Group), the book will finally see the light of day.
A representative for Penguin said the book was “taken directly from Wayne’s own journal,” sans a co-writer, and will “reveal the true story of what happened while he was at Rikers Island, exploring everything from his daily rituals to his interactions with other inmates to how he was able to keep himself motivated and grateful.”
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