That’s How You Feel? Controversial Social Stances Of Your Favorite Celebs

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August 23, 2013 ‐ By Meg Butler
Source: WENN

Source: WENN

We all have opinions on everything from hair politics to race politics — and when celebrities speak up on those issues, we pay attention. But we don’t always agree with what they have to say. From Stacey Dash giving Paula Deen support to Joseline’s bid for Amercia’s Next Top Role Model, we’ve been keeping track of all the issues you’ve been waiting to weigh in on. Let us know which side of the debate you’re on when it comes to these controversial social stances of your favorite celebs.

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  • Lloyd Smith

    ms.Dash just said it like it is…words don’t bother her,she knows paula dean isn’t raciest. When i was growing up we had this saying sticks and stones…….STACEY DASH YOU ARE SO PRETTY

  • Marie Nurse Esthetician

    If only that was All she did.
    The Lawsuit the Caucasian/White woman filed against her was a tell-all and provided enough evidence to bury her… from audio to video and transcripts of interviews where she made racial comments and slurs. (even racial & gay jokes) Not to mention so many people who witnessed her racial slurs & behavior towards blacks and other non-whites. No one, including her employees went after her because she’s such a huge *PUBLIC FIGURE* loved by many. There was always talk in recent years (not thousand years ago) about her racist ways & views but the Lawsuit *confirmed & revealed so much about Paula.

    * PAULA APOLOGIZED…we forgive and support her* Nobody’s perfect. I felt bad for her but this was a WAKE UP CALL for Paula who learned a lot about herself from this experience.

  • sniffles

    Just because ms dean used a racial slur a thousand years ago doesn’t make her a racist

  • sniffles

    Just because ms dean used a racial slur a thousand years ago doesn’t make her a racist

    • Junie

      If only that was All she did.
      The Lawsuit the Caucasian/White woman filed against her was a tell-all and provided enough evidence to bury her… from audio to video and transcripts of interviews where she made racial comments and slurs. (even racial & gay jokes) Not to mention so many people who witnessed her racial slurs & behavior towards blacks and other non-whites. No one, including her employees went after her because she’s such a huge *PUBLIC FIGURE* loved by many. There was always talk in recent years (not a thousand years ago) about her racist ways & views but the Lawsuit *confirmed & revealed so much about Paula.

      * PAULA APOLOGIZED…we forgive and support her* Nobody’s perfect. I felt bad for her but this was a WAKE UP CALL for Paula who learned a lot about herself from this experience.

    • Marie Nurse Esthetician

      If only that was All she did.
      The Lawsuit the Caucasian/White woman filed against her was a tell-all and provided enough evidence to bury her… from audio to video and transcripts of interviews where she made racial comments and slurs. (even racial & gay jokes) Not to mention so many people who witnessed her racial slurs & behavior towards blacks and other non-whites. No one, including her employees went after her because she’s such a huge *PUBLIC FIGURE* loved by many. There was always talk in recent years (not thousand years ago) about her racist ways & views but the Lawsuit *confirmed & revealed so much about Paula.

      * PAULA APOLOGIZED…we forgive and support her* Nobody’s perfect. I felt bad for her but this was a WAKE UP CALL for Paula who learned a lot about herself from this experience

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