Back on March 13th we said this about Omarosa:
"you have to fear that she becomes reality TV's "bad penny" and will make a career out of torturing us. Somewhere there is a damned producer planning just that."
Yes, they were planning to torture us. Last night she came back to torture both us and her new boss, Kwame, on NBC's "The Apprentice."
People magazine says Omarosa was let go from four jobs in two years with the Clinton administration. One official said Manigault-Stallworth was asked to leave her last job "as quickly as possible" because "she was so disruptive."
To smooth some disruptions, Manigault-Stallworth and Ereka Vetrini were reunited on "Oprah" Thursday. The women have been on the outs ever since they feuded on "The Apprentice" and Manigault-Stallworth accused Vetrini of calling her by a racial slur. Both Vetrini and series creator Mark Burnett denied that ever happened.
Vetrini told Oprah Winfrey that Manigault-Stallworth has been called "a liar" by everyone from Trump to Burnett. Manigault-Stallworth accused Vetrini of trying to ride on her coattails for publicity.
Meanwhile, being fired by Trump doesn't mean you get to go home. TV Guide reports that those yellow cabs that picked up the losers each week on "The Apprentice" took them to a nearby hotel where they had to live until the series was through filming.
A survey at TheIndyChannel.com asked the following question:
Ex-"Apprentice" contestant Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth stands by her allegations that some of her fellow show mates called her the "n-word." Do you believe her? It turns out 89% of the over 16,000 survey respondents do not believe her.
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