Black People : Wendy Williams & Omarosa Clash

Wendy and Omarosa

I admit I lost respect for Omarosa when she stabbed Kwame in the back on the Apprentice and played the role of the lazy bufoon. I tried to get past that when it was arranged for me to interview her. Her PR chose Planet Hollywood. Omarosa was so busy darting her eyes around the room looking for someone of more importance that her behavior demonstrated rudeness, arrogance, distain and an over inflated ego. By her conduct, she showed me she thought the black papers were irrelevant and she was too important for what I assume she deemed was beneath her. I came to that conclusion because that is what she showed me. Just as the interview was about to start, her darting eyes found a mark and she told me to wait a moment and she would be right back. She went over and said something to her PR and left me standing with mike in hand. It became clear her intent was to ditch the interview. No problem.

I walked over and introduced myself to Stacy J, then Tina Knowles and then to the OJays. All gave me a wonderful interview and their business cards. On my way out I ran into Terri Williams who not only gave me an interview for print but later came on my radio show.

After seeing my interview on these celebrities (without a mention of Omarosa) in 8 newspapers, website papers and picked up by news sources throughout the nation and world, Omarosa's PR tried to set up another interview.

I replied "No need. Omarosa had already demonstrated she saw herself as too big for the black papers even though all she had done at that time was a reality show." I told her PR it was really very early in the game for Omarosa to have such an over inflated ego. After all, wasnt her goal to have more than 15 minutes of fame. Thus, it wasnt wise to mistreat the media who had the power to trash her. I told her PR not to worry. It is never my goal to hurt anyone. I write positive stories mostly, so since Omarosa had shown me her negative side, best I write nothing about her at all. Her PR has tried to sell Omarosa to me since then repeatedly but I have never been interested in writing about her since Planet Hollywood. Everything she has touched has fell away because of her meanspirit and sycophantic behavior. :explode:

These days it seems the white media is bored with Omarosa's "evil black woman act," so the only ones she can get to write about her is the black media. How ironic.

In terms of Wendy Williams, it seems Omarosa got under her skin. I guess Wendy got a taste of her own medicine. Both women are sad and classless. Both women delude themselves concerning their talent and importance. Omarosa is a personality that deludes herself she is a celebrity and Wendy's show is as useful as a toothache. Wendy's TV show is slated to run 6 weeks and will not return unless the ratings prove people are interested in maintaining it.

Since I dont want to sink to these ladies level, let me say God Bless them.
 
I admit I lost respect for Omarosa when she stabbed Kwame in the back on the Apprentice and played the role of the lazy bufoon. I tried to get past that when it was arranged for me to interview her. Her PR chose Planet Hollywood. Omarosa was so busy darting her eyes around the room looking for someone of more importance that her behavior demonstrated rudeness, arrogance, distain and an over inflated ego. By her conduct, she showed me she thought the black papers were irrelevant and she was too important for what I assume she deemed was beneath her. I came to that conclusion because that is what she showed me. Just as the interview was about to start, her darting eyes found a mark and she told me to wait a moment and she would be right back. She went over and said something to her PR and left me standing with mike in hand. It became clear her intent was to ditch the interview. No problem.

I walked over and introduced myself to Stacy J, then Tina Knowles and then to the OJays. All gave me a wonderful interview and their business cards. On my way out I ran into Terri Williams who not only gave me an interview for print but later came on my radio show.

After seeing my interview on these celebrities (without a mention of Omarosa) in 8 newspapers, website papers and picked up by news sources throughout the nation and world, Omarosa's PR tried to set up another interview.

I replied "No need. Omarosa had already demonstrated she saw herself as too big for the black papers even though all she had done at that time was a reality show." I told her PR it was really very early in the game for Omarosa to have such an over inflated ego. After all, wasnt her goal to have more than 15 minutes of fame. Thus, it wasnt wise to mistreat the media who had the power to trash her. I told her PR not to worry. It is never my goal to hurt anyone. I write positive stories mostly, so since Omarosa had shown me her negative side, best I write nothing about her at all. Her PR has tried to sell Omarosa to me since then repeatedly but I have never been interested in writing about her since Planet Hollywood. Everything she has touched has fell away because of her meanspirit and sycophantic behavior. :explode:

These days it seems the white media is bored with Omarosa's "evil black woman act," so the only ones she can get to write about her is the black media. How ironic.

In terms of Wendy Williams, it seems Omarosa got under her skin. I guess Wendy got a taste of her own medicine. Both women are sad and classless. Both women delude themselves concerning their talent and importance. Omarosa is a personality that deludes herself she is a celebrity and Wendy's show is as useful as a toothache. Wendy's TV show is slated to run 6 weeks and will not return unless the ratings prove people are interested in maintaining it.

Since I dont want to sink to these ladies level, let me say God Bless them.

Thanks for the interesting insiders incite. I was appauled at the way Omorosa played kwame. especially after kwame chose her,knowing how she was,he was trying to show some unity.
 

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