|Stacey Dash photo source: zimbio|
As you all may already know, Paula Deen has been the center of media's attention over the past week, after she admitted to using the N word in the past, cracking racist jokes as it referred to jews and red-necks, and she even went as far as to admit that she considered planning her brother's wedding on a plantation. However, Paula Deen submitted an apology publically via video. Fan's were not convinced that the apology was anything close to sincere; an apparently, neither was the Food Network, as only hours after the video footage aired, the network announced that it would not renew it's contract with Paula Deen after it expires at the end of the month.
Nevertheless, Paula Deen appeared on the Today show where she gave another apology. This time it was heartfelt, with tears of humiliation or sincerity (I'm not sure which one). Fans and celebs have openly voiced their opinions on the issue at hand. Amongst Paula Deen's celebrity supporters are the Reverend Al Sharpton, and Stacey Dash, of course.
Stacey Dash has been known to put her 3cents in,but this time she only tweeted her condelescences and words of wisdom to Paula Deen- before all hell broke loose with her followers via twitter. One of Stacey's followers tweeted, "Stacy Dash really is Clueless", while another tweeted "Have a seat".
She Is Diva shared the tweets,
God does everything for a reason @Paula_Deen Only God can judge your heart BTW my daughter loves your show (only way she can get me to cook)Of course, this wasn’t without a nice round of backlash from the rest of Twitter.
— Stacey Dash (@REALStaceyDash) June 25, 2013
man you really are Clueless huh RT @REALStaceyDash God does everything for a reason @Paula_Deen Only God can judge your heart
— Mr TallDark-Handsome (@RocStarNYC) June 25, 2013
@kingsleyyy #preach boo. Just like with the Romney campaign. Just unnecessary. Girl have a seat. ✋
— Ari Sperling (@XOXOAri_) June 25, 2013
@REALStaceyDash @Paula_Deen Stacey…clueless was just a movie. Stop it.I think it's hilarious how the fans just go in on the celebs.
— Paula Edgar, PGE LLC (@PaulaEdgar) June 25, 2013