Omarosa On Criticism That She’s A ‘Sellout’: It’s Easy To Sit In The Cheap Seats & Throw Allegations
Omarosa is responding to the negative criticism she’s received. One of those criticisms is that she’s a sellout, especially after her time in the White House.
She made headlines after she exited her position in 2017, in the earlier days of President Donald Trump’s term. She made even more headlines after she shared daunting records from inside the White House.
Still, despite putting the president on blast, she still received ongoing criticism. Now, she’s speaking on it.
She said while on the Becoming Dope podcast,
“It’s not really what they call you, it’s what you answer to. Those are folks who never had the courage to get in the arena. It’s easy to sit on the sidelines and in the cheap seats, throwing allegations and labels…”
Omarosa also said she’s rather be called a name than sit and do nothing.
“The names are meant to paralyze you. These are names that are thrown at you by people who sit behind screens and monitors and do absolutely nothing… You can call me whatever you want, but doing nothing while this country is going through one of the most divisive periods in our recent history, I think that’s an indictment towards them, not against me.”
Interestingly enough, she went to say that she still receives calls for help since her White House exit.
“Black people call me saying ‘There’s nobody on the inside’, and I need assistance… We always need a voice, we always need an advocate.”
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