|Cable network strikes back at washed up celebrity Stacey Dash|
Stacey Dash getting hammered by Black entertainers. The washed up actress who appeared on that right wing network to blast a cable network that caters to Black culture.
BET got a taste of the venom Dash delivered a week ago. She went on that right wing network to say that Black America should eliminate Black History Month, BET and the NAACP Image Awards.
Dash believes that these awards are solely handed to Black entertainers and not White ones.
Of course, she got that wrong. BET fired back at her for that one. They even said that she's one to talk. Her ass appeared on the BET comedy-drama The Game.
BET devoted Jams to her. They played every video of her with the hashtag #NeverForget,
Videos that featured Stacey Dash included Memphis rapper MJG "That Girl", Carl Thomas' "Emotional", Kanye West's "All Falls Down", and Rick Ross' "Super High".
I am guessing BET is playing "Moving", "Mo Money", "Clueless" and Renaissance Man. These were movies Dash appeared in.
|Rick Ross and Stacey Dash on the set of his music video.|
She blasted Jada Pinkett Smith and Spike Lee for boycotting the Oscars after they failed to nominate Black entertainers. Jada's husband Will Smith was snubbed in his role in Concussion.
Many agitators in the junk food media claim that Jada and Will's Overbrook Entertainment doesn't do enough for the Black community. They claim that now "they want to take action after it affects them".
For the record, Jada and Will have donated $$$$$$$$$$$ to charity and invested in working in the communities they've grown up in. Will grew up in Philadelphia and Jada grew up in Baltimore.
As usual the concern troll nonsense that drives attention from reality. Out of 2,900 awards being handed out, only 31 Black winners of the Academy Awards.
That's a real problem that needs to be solved.
Now that it's gotten attention, many of the detractors are working overtime to discredit #OscarsSoWhite and #BlackLivesMatter.
Dash lit up a shit storm from many in the Black community.