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Omarosa- do you like her or dislike her. What are your thoughts on her personality?

Asked by sarapnsc (1439points) September 1st, 2008

She was on the show “The Apprentice,” I try my best to find the good in everyone, but that woman, just gets under my skin. Anytime I see her on tv- I rush to the remote to change the channel. I think she has all the traits of narcissism.

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Meatwad's avatar

I could give two shits about her!

lefteh's avatar


Meatwad's avatar

@leftah No! I really could give two shits about her, but that’s it! She’s not worth three!

SeekerSeekiing's avatar

I think narcissistic personality types are hard to like because they like themselves so much.

trudacia's avatar

Shes insignificant.

It’s couldn’t…..

stratman37's avatar

Girl, she is SO five seasons ago!

Mr_M's avatar

WHAT personality?

marinelife's avatar

Her 15 minutes of fame are up.

Indy318's avatar


Other than that, she loves to share (brag) about her sucess in business and media everytime she’s on a daytime talk show (i.e. Wendy Williams).

Mr_M's avatar

Did anyone catch her on a reality show on cable not too long ago where she got her breasts enlarged?

sarapnsc's avatar

This is why I brought up the subject…I seen it last week…it must have been a re-run. I wanted to literally crawl into the tv and put duct tape on her big mouth, then ship her off to a desolate place. Just google and you will find articles on it.

Wendy Williams, Omarosa
Tribune wire reports
8:51 AM CDT, July 22, 2008
Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, who became famous for her domineering personality on Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice,” has been stirring up trouble again, this time with talk show host Wendy Williams.

On Monday when Omarosa appeared on “The Wendy Williams Show” to promote her new book, the two spent much of their time insulting one another, and the argument became physical at one point.

“I wanted to throw her off the set,” Williams later told The Associated Press.

The altercation started when Omarosa first walked onto the daytime talk show and said she was displeased with Williams’ introduction of her and would not be disrespected. Things got uglier when Williams grabbed Omarosa’s book cover to hold it up to the camera, and Omarosa snatched it back out of Williams’ hand.

“Omarosa wished her career was my career,” Williams told the AP. “Omarosa is a delusional, D-list, pathetic woman.”

The yanking gave way to Omarosa attacking Williams’ appearance, asking the talk show host whether she had had a nose job and suggesting she shouldn’t wear wigs.

But Williams didn’t stay silent throughout the heated interview. She called Omarosa “a typical angry black woman” and suggested cosmetic injections could fix her wrinkles.

Will there be a rematch?

“I have no reason to invite Omarosa back to the show,” said Williams. “That’s done. She had her moment.”

Omarosa was a contestant on the first “Apprentice” with Donald Trump in 2004. Her personality quickly earned her enemies among fellow contestants and TV viewers.

An after-hours telephone message and e-mail to Omarosa’s publicist were not immediately returned Monday.

ninjaxmarc's avatar

I say have them take it to celebrity deathmatch and hopefully someone trumps the other one.

JenniferP's avatar

I found her abrasive and she lied about that other lady and said that she used the N word in reference to her and she didn’t.

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