Whoopi Goldberg took off the gloves while discussing Omarosa Manigault‘s highly publicized exit from the White House.
And like many other Black women in media, she didn’t hold back.
“You’ve said some stuff [on the show] that weren’t very nice..and you mentioned that we would all be bowing down,” Goldberg said on The View. “I hope you find something to do ho, I do, and I hope you find your people, because maybe they’re looking for you.
“She’s just been so nasty to so many women, and so many women of color.”
The View’s Sunny Hostin joins shade brigade
Goldberg wasn’t the only co-host on The View to stick it to Omarosa. Sunny Hostin also chimed in saying, “truth be told she’s a really a pariah in the African-American community.”
“She’s always sort of been the villain, and her job as director of outreach in the African-American community was almost a slap in the face,” she added.
Hostin was also sure to point out reports that Omarosa caused a raucous after her firing, and had to be escorted out of the White House as of a result.
How it all went down
Omarosa left the White House in a storm of drama after Chief of Staff John Kelly sat down with her and told her that her time was up. She reportedly pitched a fit and threw out all sorts of vulgar language before she had to be escorted from the White House by security.
Of course, Omarosa disputes those claims. But we all know it’s the ultimate reality show exit for the reality show presidency.