Celebrity Quotes of the Week: Mimi Faust Shocked at Sex Tape

Plus quotes from Columbus Short and Whoopi Goldberg.

Mimi Faust Still Doesn't Trust Nikko  - Mimi Faust, of Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta fame and now sex tape infamy, still questions her on-again-off-again boyfriend Nikko's motives. A fan tweeted her, asking, "In your heart, do you think Nikko is an opportunist?" Mimi responded with a shady, "The verdict is still out." We're going to side with Captain Obvious on this one. What do you think?   (Photo: Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

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Mimi Faust on the release of her sex tape:  - "The way the tape got out, we didn't intend on it getting out to the public. Especially for it to be splashed all over the Internet... I'm so horrified about that... I have young girls right now."  (Photo: Paras Griffin/Getty Images)


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Questlove on how watered down hip hop has become:  - "These days, nearly anything fashioned or put forth by Black people gets referred to as 'hip hop,' even when the description is a poor or pointless fit." (Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)


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Donnell Rawlings on talking to Dave Chappelle about a possible reunion of Chappelle’s Show:  - "He looked at me as if, 'Hmm, this is something to think about.' But there was no confirmation."  (Photos from left: Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images, Bennett Raglin/BET/Getty Images for BET)

BREAKING NEWS! COLUMBUS SHORT TO EXIT SCANDAL - Although fans have been speculating, nobody connected to Scandal has made an official statement regarding Columbus Short's  space there until today. Check the official statement that he released through his publicist below:"At this time I must confirm my exit from a show I've called home for 3 years, with what is the most talented ensemble on television today. I would like to first thank Shonda Rhimes for the opportunity to work with such an amazing cast.  Thank you GLADIATORS, who have supported me throughout my entire career and of course to ABC and Shondaland for allowing me to play such a pivotal role in the Scandal series. I have enjoyed every single minute of it. Everything must come to an end and unfortunately the time has come for Harrison Wright to exit the canvas. I wish nothing but the best for Sho...

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Columbus Short apologizing to Tom Joyner for calling him the n-word:  - "Please accept my deepest apologies for any misunderstandings for that morning call. It would be an honor to appear on the TJMS in the future to set things right with your audience."  (Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for NAACP)


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Nicole Amarteifio on who she’d want to star in her Web series, An African City:  - "It would have to be Lupita Nyong'o. If she saw [An African City], I’d be touched because I think she is that modern African woman. She’s beautiful, she’s intellectual and creative." (Photos from left: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images, WENN.com)


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Terence Archie on why folks should go see the Broadway stage production of the film Rocky:  - "Rocky is part of the American story. When you hear the song "Eye of the Tiger," it's like the theme song of determination for people worldwide, even if you don’t understand that language." (Photo: Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images)


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Kimberly Elise on if she’d be willing to do a prequel to the classic film Set It Off:  - "A prequel would be pretty interesting, to see how they all got to where they were when the movie started. But really I think the movie is classic in itself and it doesn’t need anything else." (Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)


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Marlon Wayans on what celebrity spirit he'd like to be possessed by:  - "I would say Samuel L. Jackson because I just want to yell at people, and curse and make it sound cool. Everything Sam Jackson says sounds cool. He just sounds like he could fight." (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Chipotle Mexican Grill)


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Suge Knight on how he knew the song "California Love" would be a hit:  - "All the homies in the studio went crazy. Absolutely crazy. At that point we knew, if anybody else didn't know, I knew." (Photo: Michael Bezjian/WireImage)

Whoopi Goldberg - The comedian-actress-activist has been open about growing up in the projects in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood and working as a phone sex operator before grabbing Hollywood's attention as a talented performer. She's said the greatest thing she's ever done is return a welfare check because she didn't need the assistance anymore.   (Photo: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival)

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Whoopi Goldberg on Kenya Moore’s involvement in the Porsha Williams brawl:  - "I will ask you, Kenya, do you think it was OK for you to provoke people? Because if you’re worried about your image and how people are gonna see you, I don’t know if messing with people like this is the right thing to do." (Photo: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival)

Khloe Kardashian  - Khloe flaunts her freshly highlighted locks. The 29-year-old got a hair makeover by dyeing her brunette locks an amber shade of blonde. The new look is dark at the roots and lighter at the ends.  (Photo: David Becker/Getty Images for Clear Channel)

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Khloé Kardashian joking about living with her brother, Rob Kardashian:  - "And no, we’re not sexually involved. My brother’s not nearly Black enough for me!"  (Photo: David Becker/Getty Images for Clear Channel)

Phaedra Parks @PhaedraParks - Tweet: "RIP Chris Kelly 👼 😢 http://instagram.com/p/Yy7xqcKwjD/  " (Photo: Taylor Hill/Getty Images)

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Phaedra Parks on rumors she and Apollo Nida are divorcing:  - "I have not filed for divorce. I’m still very married."  (Photo: Taylor Hill/Getty Images)