Stacey Dash Made This Awkward 'Mean Tweets' Video After Oscar Appearance
As the world continues to demand less Stacey Dash, Stacey Dash continues to misunderstand our pleas as, "YES! MORE! STACEY DASH FOR PRESIDENT! STACEY DASH FOREVER!"
After bombing during a bit at the Oscars, where she wished the crowd a "Happy Black History Month," the Fox News commentator decided the best move was to make a "Mean Tweets" video (a la "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"), for which no one even asked.
Viewers familiar with the "Mean Tweets" segments understand the tweets can be hurtful, but they usually maintain some level of creative phrasing or hilarious ribbing.
This was not that kind of segment.
The 49-year-old -- who appeared on "Fox and Friends" in January and suggested the black community "get rid of channels like BET and the BET Awards and the [NAACP] Image Awards" -- shared some run-of-the-mill hate tweets to show those watching what she's up against online.
Cyberbullying blows. As a woman with a Twitter handle, access to WiFi and two functioning eyeballs, I realize the bored masses love nothing more than to fire vitriolic tweet after vitriolic tweet for little to no reason.
Having made divisive comments that failed to gain much support, Dash likely encounters a steady stream of Internet harassment, which is a cowardly move whether anyone agrees with her position on race or politics.
Still, there's a selfish voice in my head that wished anything Dash did the night of the Oscars was even borderline entertaining.