Is there anything better in this world than watching a Trump supporter get schooled? Well, this week, we’re proud to say the sermon of common sense was handed down to a Black Republican named Stacy Washington by our very own Kierna Mayo, Sr. Vice President of Content and Brand at Interactive One.
Appearing on CNN Tonight with Don Lemonon Thursday night, Ms. Mayo expertly explained to conservative radio host and blogger Washington why Trump’s blanket statement, that the Black community in America is “living in hell,” is flat out wrong — both for the messenger and the message.
“First of all to pretend that Donald Trump at this point has any real vested interest in the well being of African Americans I think is a waste of anyone’s time,” Mayo said to Lemon, adding, “We’re not going to allow his narrative to define our decision making when it comes to this election.”
When Washington defended Trump’s “Blacks are living in hell,” comment, Mayo fired back: “Who is he to say how Blacks are living at all?” Washington went on to have a brief tirade until Mayo shut it down with this: “Ma’am,” she said. “You’re on national television defending Donald Trump, that speaks for its self.”
Clearly, this kind of real talk was just too much for Ms. Washington, who seemed to come unhinged during the conversation:
1. In 2015, Miley Cyrus revealed that she identifies as sexually fluid, telling Paper magazine, “I am literally open to every single thing that is consenting and doesn’t involve an animal and everyone is of age.”
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2. Ricky Martin shocked the world when he came out as gay in 2010. The father of two once revealed, “I know that I like both men and women, I’m against sexual labels.”
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3. After photos surfaced of her making out with Michelle Rodriguez, Cara Delevingne came clean about her bisexuality, saying, “It took me a long time to accept the idea, until I first fell in love with a girl at 20 and recognized that I had to accept it.”
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4. Frank Ocean captivated the world with his songs about love and women. When he opened up about his experience falling in love with a guy, he garnered the attention of many more.
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5. Lady Gaga has been open about her sexuality since the beginning of her career. After naysayers claimed it was all for marketing, she said, “This is who I am and who I have always been.”
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6. After coming under fire for using the F bomb multiple times on social media, Azealia Banks defended herself, saying “I can’t be homophobic. I’m bisexual.”
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7. Amber Rose has never been shy about her sexuality. She even openly admitted to being in a relationship with a girl, way before her Kanye days.
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8. David Bowie was one of the most notable artists of all time, whose sexuality and gender bent all of the traditional rules.
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9. Mel B once revealed that she was in a four-year relationship with a woman before.
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10. In 2013, Zoe Saldana said that she “might end up with a woman raising my children. I’ve been attracted to the male species, but if one day I wake up and want to be with a woman, I will do that because it is my life, therefore it is my decision.”
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11. Megan Fox told Esquire Magazine once, “I have no question in my mind about being bisexual.”
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12. Angelina Jolie has always been open about her bisexuality. She once told OK Magazine, “I have loved women in the past and slept with them.”
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