Omarosa Did NOT Appreciate Robin Roberts Saying What We All Were Thinking

December 15, 2017 / Posted by:

As y’all well know, Omarosa Manigault Newman resigned from the White House, which we all know basically means her ass got canned. Omarosa quickly made the media rounds in an attempt to save her good demon name. Robin Roberts did not exactly appreciate Omarosa coming ’round to Good Morning America, and she delivered a perfect “Bye, Felicia” that brought the world to its feet. Omarosa thought that wasn’t very nice!

Omarosa isn’t exactly known for her outreach to the African American community, even though she thinks she’s some sort of voice for her people. So the African American community wasn’t exactly sad to see her go. Thus, Robin’s “Bye, Felicia.” Omarosa reached out to Inside Edition via text to comment on Robin’s on-air farewell bid to Felicia, saying:

“That was petty. It’s a black woman civil war.”

That’s pretty rich, since Omarosa had no problem sparking a different kind of civil war when she stirred shit with Lil Jon in All-Star Celebrity Apprentice. Or in any of the lead-ups to her THREE firings on The Apprentice. Basically, petty is practically her middle name. Then again, the same could be said about the word delusional, so Omarosa acting beyond-extra about Robin’s remarks should really come as no surprise.

But if Omarosa really is so deeply offended by the alleged pettiness that came from Robin after Omarosa’s quitting/firing news, then nobody better show her this video of CNN political commentator Angela Rye.

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