Stacey Dash just doesn't know when to quit.
The Clueless actress (in more ways than one) appears to go completely off the rails in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, whining about how badly conservatives are treated in show business. She also makes a bold statement calling Black films inherently racist, and adding that Black Hollywood should be abolished — now that her checks from films like Mo' Money and shows like Single Ladies have cleared, of course.
"Everybody tells me I’m racist. I’m a Black Mexican. It’s absurd. White casting people have actually said to me, 'You’re not Black enough,'" the actor-turned Fox News pundit says "It’s the same as stereotyping white people, with ugly sweaters at Christmas and grandma drunk on eggnog."
The secret to solving Hollywood's diversity problem, she insists, is to "stop segregating films. We have Black Hollywood and Hollywood. You know that, and I know that. We should get rid of Black films, and everybody just make films."
About that awkward moment Chris Rock set up for her at the Oscars this year, from the way she describes it, she didn't even understand the joke. "Chris Rock asked me to do it, and I was told what to say. It was a joke."
The crazy doesn't stop there. Read the full interview for Dash's thoughts on Hollywood's secret conservative societies, her inflammatory statements on Entertainment Tonight about North Carolina's transgender bathroom laws and much, much more.
Check out BET Breaks above to catch up on her ignorant comments about the transgender community.
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