Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Hollywood Hate

Think: Hitler's Most Hated People of All Time


The actress is known for the funny comedy Clueless, but she hasn’t acted in a long time. Now, she is most known for having controversial opinions when it comes to race. She was one of the few stars who defended Paula Deen, the celebrity chef who admitted in court that she had said the N-word in the past. Dash tweeted her support to Deen, “Only God can judge your heart BTW my daughter loves your show (only way she can get me to cook).”
Dash also spoke out against the existence of BET and called Jesse Williams a “plantation slave” after he gave a powerful speech accepting the BET Humanitarian Award. “You’ve just seen the perfect example of a HOLLYWOOD plantation slave! Sorry, Mr. Williams,” she said. “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.”
Dash’s comments got her a contributor spot on Fox News, but she was later fired. Her terrible comments have definitely made Hollywood distance itself from her, and turned her into the butt of a joke at the Oscars in 2016.
According to Robert Yaniz Jr

This, the least hated from a list of 17, says everything we need to know about Hollywood values.  Like we didn't already.


Anonymous said...

Well allow me to retort: any list of most hated that doesn't have Jane Fonda at #1 is suspect, at best.

Sir H the Comet

clayusmcret said...

I'll 2nd Anonymous's comment. Jane Fonda's grave will never dry out, nor the line of servicemen and women pissing on it every diminish.

Eskyman said...

It sorta beats me why anyone would hate an actress- I mean, if you don't like their acting, or their looks, or the roles they play, then why bother seeing them? I don't much care for okra, though my mother loved it; but I don't hate it, I just don't eat it.

Hanoi Jane I don't hate because she is an actress, but because she is a traitor that gave aid and comfort to the enemy, while spitting in POW's eyes. She still feels righteous about what she did, and I still think she should be stood against a wall and shot. Doesn't have anything to do with her acting, though.

Most of these others I don't know- though by the writeup, I may approve of them instead of hating them. Hedy Lamarr, a gorgeous beauty, had the temerity to portray having an orgasm! Well, I guess that was before "When Harry Met Sally," so it upset some people; but I'd like to see that, myself. She was "acting," right?

Anonymous said...

"I'll have what she's having!" One of our favorite movie lines.

JimB said...

I love Stacey Dash. She speaks from the heart.

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