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Gabrielle Union: Who’s Stacey Dash?

Gabrielle Union does not give a damn about Stacey Dash’s feelings mostly because Stacey isn’t important enough for Gabrielle to even know who she is.

The dragging of Stacey Dash is showing no signs of slowing down and Gabrielle Union’s epic moment of “Who’s that? Who’s Stacey Dash?” is the best passive shade we’ve seen so far.

Union was attending Sundance Film Festival when asked about Stacey Dash’s recent comments on BET. Her automatic response was golden.

“Who’s that? Who’s Stacey Dash? Is she like related to Dame Dash? Was she on Roc-A-Fella (Records)?”

READ: Stacey Dash Comes for BET and Black History Month and BET Claps Back!

After realizing that Dash was that crazy lady she heard talking about BET last week, Union dropped some dimes on the necessity of BET, Black award shows, and why how they’re just as important as things like the Country Music Awards.

“The more that we focus on inclusion and a true representation of this country, I think that crazy lady will have less to say.” 

This isn’t the first time Stacey Dash has acted up in opposition to Black culture on a conservative network, but it seems like the Black community at large has had enough. The dragging is going on over a week now and even her own family won’t stand behind her.

READ: Stacey Dash Pens Senseless Open Letter to BET

In an interview with Boyce Watkins, hip-hop mogul Damon Dash, who happens to be Stacey’s cousin stated, “I think Fox pays her to say that s–t, I know how Fox is. You know how manipulative they are. I think they wanted her to do something that would invoke conversation and she did it. I’m quite sure it wasn’t done for free.”

So while Stacey is out here cooning for that check, the Black community is putting her in check. Who’s got next on schooling Stacey?

Watch Gabrille’s passive shade and jewels on the need for BET.

 

Ariel Leconte

Ariel Leconte

Ariel is the Associate Editor of Jawbreaker and creator of Revolutionary In Pink Pumps blog. She is equally obsessed with social justice, lipstick, culture, and red wine.