Stacey Dash's Ex Viciously Drags Her and Accuses Her of Something Awful

Stacey Dash's Ex Viciously Drags Her and Accuses Her of Something Awful

Plus, Ryan Prophet posts their text messages!

Published January 21, 2016

The Internet dragged Stacey Dash yesterday after video came out of her slamming BET, the BET Awards, the NAACP Image Awards and Black History Month — sad, we know. Now, her ex, Ryan Prophet, is sharing his two cents, directly addressing the actress in an Instagram post and holding nothing back.

"@realstaceydash your views on black culture & people of color as a whole are F*****g terrible," he wrote. "I wonder do you truly love your self & this is coming from a brother that had genuine Luv for you since day1 as a fan Artist lover & creater [sic] many young sisters look up to you... Ask your self do u really Luv BLACK BABIES?! #blacklivesmatter but out of respect for your son That post was took [sic] down make me a believer help those people in #flint oh I forgot your [sic] a Foxnewspuppet."

Prophet didn't stop there. He ended his rant with a shocking jab: "Just remember bleaching your skin is poisonous."

Moments after this went viral, Prophet posted a screenshot of a text conversation where Dash ordered him to take down the first post. After he refused, she told him she meant everything she said.

"Take that Bs down now!" she said, according to The Shade Room. He responded with, "What the f**k do you mean? Do you know how many people you upset you should be the last motherf****r mad." The Clueless star ended the convo with the following words, which basically sealed the deal: "I don't take back anything I said! F**k you Good bye."

The actress has yet to respond to all of the backlash publicly.

Check out our BET Breaks clip of Stacey Dash's "message to women" 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 John Justice


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