Ann Coulter Ripped Raven-Symoné: 'You'll Insult People for Their Names'

Ann Coulter Ripped Raven-Symoné: 'You'll Insult People for Their Names'

The crazy conservative managed to get Black Twitter on her side for a few seconds.

Published October 16, 2015

Everybody, gather 'round. The moment we've been waiting for has finally arrived: Raven-Symoné's officially been read for filth. Though the jab wasn't delivered by someone we'd expect, hey, we'll take it. On this morning's episode of The View, notorious conservative Ann Coulter let Raven have it, pointing out that she has no room to judge about her political views when she judges others based off of their names. Ouch!


"I have a question. My mom taught me when I was younger that if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all," Raven said. "And why do you think that it's important to mudsling and have these words that obviously touch the hearts and souls of so many people in America being said when we were taught something different as a child? Can you explain that to me and can you explain why your success is based off of that?"

After Raven started it, Ann definitely finished it: "Well, I'm at least talking about policy," she said. "You have a position on what people's names should be. Watermelondrea... I mean, you'll insult people for their names. I'm talking about a government policy that affects all Americans and immigrants and people living here and it's harming our country. So you don't follow it."

Even though we're not huge fans of Coulter, we've got to give credit where it's due.

Check out Black Twitter's reactions to the burn below:

What do you think of Ann Coulter's Raven read? Let us know in the comments. Also, check out Damon Young of Very Smart Brothas explain this new theory of "New Black" that a few celebs, Raven included, have adopted in the clip below: is your No. 1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music. 

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Written by Moriba Cummings


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