Seal Drags Stacey Dash To ‘The Sunken Place’ In An Epic Read And Twitter Is Living

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Seal Drags Stacey Dash To ‘The Sunken Place’ In An Epic Read And Twitter Is Living

“Keep my name out of your mouth.”

Published January 13th

Seal recently came under fire after he used a meme of Oprah Winfrey to share his thoughts on the apparent hypocrisy some of the supporters of the #MeToo movement are showing. 

After being dragged on social media for seemingly attacking the queen of all media, the "Kiss From A Rose" crooner took to his Facebook account to clear things up and directly set his sights on one particular public figure who's known for her ignorance.

The drama was first introduced when the singer posted the meme, below, showing Winfrey interacting with fallen studio mogul and now widely known sexual predator Harvey Weinstein. Many believe that his words seemed to insinuate that she knew of Weinstein's sexually deviant actions before they went public.

  1. After his post went viral, Clueless actress Stacey Dash crawled out from under her problematic rock to share her two cents, tweeting, "Ouch, he does make a good point though."

  2. To stress that neither does he want nor is he seeking the support or co-sign of Dash, Seal took to Facebook to set the record straight on his intentions.

    "I have an enormous amount of respect for everything that Oprah has achieved and contributed in her life," he said. "What I reposted was not an attack on Oprah at all. She just happened to be the person photographed with the pig in the picture. No, what I reposted was commentary on the hypocritical and double-standard nature and behavior of Hollywood."

    His tone firmly switched once Dash's name was introduced as he also set his sights on her former employer, Fox News.

    "Fox News, don't try and use me as a pawn against Oprah and in any of your political games. And Stacey Dash, keep my name out of your mouth," he added. "Do not retweet, re-quote anything I have said in order to reinforce your self-hating agenda. You live in the sunken place. Again, this was not an attack against Oprah. This was an observation of the toxic nature of Hollywood and I believe that a conscious people are a progressive people."

    Take a look at his response, in full, below:

  3. Needless to say, Twitter was completely here for him dragging Dash as well as his spirited read. See how they reacted, below:

Written by Moriba Cummings

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