Keshia Knight Pulliam Got Shit From Donald Trump For Not Hitting Bill Cosby Up For Money On The Celebrity Apprentice

January 5, 2015 / Posted by:

I hate myself for watching anything that the smegma-filled anal gland known as Donald Trump is a part of, but I cannot stay away from the Celebrity Apprentice, because when you mix together Botoxed crazies and desperate has-beens, you get a magical train wreck that you can’t keep your eyes off of. You probably didn’t read that sentence, because you’re too busy staring at that plastic object in the middle and wondering why a knock-off Barbie styling head sold at selected Dollar Trees is a contestant on the Celebrity Apprentice. Please, a knock-off Barbie styling head sold at selected Dollar Trees IS too famous for Celebrity Apprentice. That’s Kate Gosselin.

The first episode of the season aired last night and it was a mess that turned into an awkward cringe fest. Keshia Knight Pulliam was the first one fired by the roasted bag of toad shit and he mostly fired her for not calling Bill Cosby to ask for a donation for her charity. The challenge was for each team to raise as much cash as possible while selling pies they made themselves. The object of all of your wet dreams (and by “wet” I mean either vomit or panty cream) Geraldo Rivera was the project manager of the men’s team and Keshia led the women’s team. The season premiere was shot last March, before Bill Cosby’s alleged drug and raping ways were unswept from under the rug by Hannibal Buress. So Kenya Moore might not have known about the Bill Cosby stuff when she got on Keshia about calling him. Keshia brushed Kenya off and said that she was focusing on donors who were in NYC and was not going to call Bill Cosby.

The men’s team raised around $185,000 and the women’s team raised a little under $94,000. In the boardroom, Kenya twirled up some shit by telling Donald Trump that Keshia didn’t bother calling Bill Cosby. Keshia brought Kate Gosselin and Olympic gold medal-winning snowboarder Jamie Anderson back into the boardroom with her because they didn’t bring in once cent. Technically, Jamie Anderson brought in $25,000, because her pie was declared the tastiest by the Cake Boss. Yes, I see what I did there and I don’t like it either.

Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump and Piers Morgan took Kenya’s bait and immediately got on Keshia for not calling Bill Cosby. Keshia explained that she hasn’t talked to Bill Cosby in years and she felt weird calling him up out of nowhere to ask for money. Besides, getting money from Bill Cosby would’ve taken all day. He would’ve made her go down to his townhouse to pick up a check and stay for a roofie latte. The lump of coagulated ass jelly eventually fired Keshia, because she was the project manager and only brought in $7,000.

On his Twatter last night, Jabba the Trump defended his decision to fire Rudy Huxtable and still thinks she should’ve called Bill Cosby:

Firing Keshia for not calling Bill is stupid, because he would’ve had to give her at least $91,000 for the women to win. I don’t think he would’ve done that, because he needs the money to pay off his legal bills and to try to pay off his future victims. Yes, Kate Gosselin should’ve been fired, but Keshia wasn’t the greatest project manager. I mean, she let Kate Gosselin be the door greeter. Who does that?! The only entrance Kate Gosselin should greet is the entrance to HELL.

Rudy Huxtable was on Today this morning and she stood by her choice to not hit Bill Cosby up for money and said that she can’t talk about the rape allegations since she wasn’t there:

“What I can say is this: I wasn’t there. No one was there except for the two people who know exactly what happened. All I can speak to is the man that I know and I love.

The fact that he’s been such an example, you can’t take away from the great that he has done. You know, the amount … the millions and millions of dollars that he has given back to colleges and education, and just what he did with ‘The Cosby Show’ and how groundbreaking that was. Ultimately, they’re just that, allegations. You know, it’s very much been played out in the court of public opinion. But we’re still in America, where ultimately you’re innocent until proven guilty. I wasn’t there. That’s just not the man I know. So I can’t speak to it.”

Let me fix that for you, Keshia. “No one was there except for the twenty people plus and counting ….” There, much better.

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