Dear Stacey Dash

Dear Stacey Dash,

I don’t know you at all and from what I do know of you; you’re gorgeous, you have mediocre acting capabilities and somewhere along the way in your life, you lost your way. Why do I say this? Because you’re constantly spewing illogical, idiotic and all the time offensive statements on behalf of black people across America.

I’d like to ask you, who made you the representative for black people? Who made you a representative for people at all? Why do you hate black people so much? And how do you sleep at night? I’m going to go ahead and assume you sleep well because your Fox check cleared and I’m also assuming it has to be a hefty check for you to go on television and make such a fool of yourself on a constant basis.

I honestly blame your parents, they probably taught you not to “see” color and this is the type of irrational individual, that mindset produces. You’re so disconnected from American culture let along African American culture in America.

I don’t want to repeat your latest offenses, because they’re just too fucking stupid to repeat.

I’m hoping that you are just super hard up for some coin and is doing this wholeheartedly on some “hoe shit” (in the words of Erykah Badu). That, I can make sense of, if you actually believe the shit that comes out of her mouth I really don’t know what more to say.

There is no doubt that you are indeed clueless, you may also be lacking or missing some extremely important brain cells and if that is the case I hope you get the help that you need.

And for the record, no one asked you to speak on behalf of black people please stop doing it, we don’t want or need your kind as a representative.


Shout out to Funky Dineva for renaming Stacey Dash – Confetti for brains Dash


3 thoughts on “Dear Stacey Dash

  1. I heard a few of the latest examples of her foot-in-mouth disease, and it’s kind of disturbing… especially since I know a lot of people who talk this way every day, and would probably agree with her. It left me wondering if people like this are truly that far gone, or if they say these things because they believe they’ll benefit from playing this game somehow.

    1. I refuse to believe she believes the things she says, I think she’s so desperate for attention that she’ll take it whichever way it comes, good or bad. That’s the problem with celebrity and fame, when you get a taste of it you’ll (for some) do whatever you can to keep it. At least I hope that ‘s the case, I can rationalize the need for fame or popularity, there’s no excuse or rationalizing ignorance.

      1. Ugh, that’s true… it would be a whole lot sadder, and harder to understand, if it turned out that she really believes that stuff. It’s a lot easier to digest the notion that she simply has bad character/has been corrupted by fame.

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