Stacey Dash is embroiled in yet another feud and she continues to stand her ground and defend her controversial views.
Her most recent detractor is Black-ish star Anthony Anderson, who hosted this year’s NAACP Image Awards. After an explosive rap performance, Anderson went on to deliver his monologue, in which he acknowledged the accomplishments of various black artists and tackled the diversity issue and Oscars boycott campaign.
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 5, 2016
He then went on to call on the first presenter: Stacey Dash. Obviously making a joke, Anderson proceeded to criticize Dash’s controversial comments on BET and Black History Month and called her “an Ann Coulter dipped in butterscotch.”
“Everybody give a round of applause for Stacey Dash! What the hell is she doing here? Doesn’t she know that the Fox network is using her? She’s just an Ann Coulter dipped in butterscotch. That’s all she is.”
Anthony Anderson Calls Out Stacey Dash at the 2016 NAACP Image Awards
After a mixture of applause and tense reactions, Anderson quickly switched gears and recognized the donations of various black artists to the water shortage in Flint, Michigan.
Upon hearing about Anderson’s remarks, Stacey Dash promptly took to Twitter to fire back at the actor.
“Well it’s funny how woman who weighs 105 wet! Can get grown ass men to act like little girls!” said her tweet.
Well it’s funny how woman who weighs 105 wet!
Can get grown ass men to act like llittle girls! Haha
— Stacey Dash (@REALStaceyDash) February 6, 2016
Stacey Dash has gained notoriety for her conservative views, which she often airs on the show Fox & Friends. During an appearance on the show in January, the Clueless actress suggested that black-oriented networks and events like BET, Image Awards, and even Black History month have no place in America as they promote “segregation” instead of “integration.”
She also weighed in on the recent controversy surrounding the casting of Joseph Fiennes – a white man – to play Michael Jackson in an upcoming film about the King of Pop.
“I say, BRAVO!” wrote Stacey Dash on her blog. “I’m sick and tired of being told ‘Sorry, Stacey, this is a Caucasian-only role.’”