Stacey Dash didn’t expect the recent backlash from her comments made on FOX about Black History Month and BET and now the actress is demanding an apology.

Dash recently wrote a blog on her website highlighting her views and ideas were also upheld by Morgan Freeman. The Fox commentator titled her blog:

“Twitter Haters, When Do I Get My Apology for Agreeing with Morgan Freeman about #BlackHistoryMonth?, “

Oh no Stacey! Why did you do this?

The actress went on to express how she deserved an apology:

“When I spoke out on Fox News and on my blog about the need to get rid of BET and Black History Month, all the same usual Twitter haters came out of the woodwork to troll me and say all sorts of disgusting things about me, Well, if you’re going to call me ignorant, stupid, and an Uncle Tom, you need to be intellectually honest and also call out Morgan Freeman.”

Who knows if Dash used Morgan Freeman  interview with 60 minutes as philosophy as she spoke with Fox. What we do know is that her comments rubbed most African Americans wrong. She then added the interview stating:

“What’s that you say? You didn’t realize that Morgan Freeman agrees with me that having a Black History Month is actually racist and a part of the problem in healing race relations in America?”

She’s clearly insane and will go above an beyond to make sure she proves her point. Who knows if Dash will ever come back from this one, however, Morgan Freeman has yet to comment on the Oscar boycott attempt or her foolish comments.

Freeman take the wheel!

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About The Author Justina Moffett

Intern Writer that attends Howard University from the Hampton Roads area. Specialized in PR and Entertainment Journalism.

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