Stacey Dash Talks About Donald Trump, Kanye, Hollywood Blacklisting, #WalkAway from the Democrat Plantation On ‘The Fallen State’

Cliff Notes:

In the era of #WalkAway, this episode of TheFallenState TV is more timely than ever. Tune in as host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with actress, author, conservative commentator, and ‘Clueless’ star Stacey Dash. Jesse asks Stacey about her rough upbringing, hailing from the South Bronx, and then rising to the heights of Hollywood fame. Stacey speaks candidly on her parents’ drug addictions, being sexually abused, and the tremendous discipline it took to get out of the Bronx and into the charmed circles of the Hollywood elite. Stacey explains how her entire world changed when she tweeted her support for presidential candidate Mitt Romney in 2012, and how she was one of the first black celebrities to publicly #walkaway from the Democrat plantation. Jesse and Stacey exchange stories of what happened to them once they renounced their liberal beliefs. Plus, there is plenty of talk about President Trump, Kanye West, and Stacey’s story of faith and forgiveness.

  • Stacey talks about being President Obama and she was a democrat at the 29:00 mark.
  • Stacey talks about the vote for Mitt Romney tweet at the 30:15 mark.
  • Stacey Dash talks about being back-listed from Hollywood at 32:27 mark.
  • Stacey reacts to Maxine Waters comment about Kanye West at the 38:34 mark.
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Forbes Responds To Backlash After Calling Kylie Jenner “Self Made”: ‘Fully acknowledges that within the term ‘self-made’ there are many who are more self-made than others’

After Forbes magazine touted “America’s Women Billionaires” with Kylie Jenner on its cover, the backlash was immediate over the reference to the reality TV star as “self-made.”

A spokeswoman for Forbes told CNN the publication “fully acknowledges that within the term ‘self-made’ there are many who are more self-made than others.
“In fact we began scoring members of the Forbes 400 on a scale of 1 to 10 to capture the variations,” the spokeswoman said. “The link to that is here. Yes, Kylie comes from a wealthy family and she got a visibility boost from her family but she owns her company and is valued based on earnings she has personally received and on the value of the company she founded.”

 

Lil Yachty on XXXTentacion, Kanye’s Album Party, Bhad Bhabie Growing Up & MORE!

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Hot Topics. Drake Confirms He Has A Son On New Album ‘Scorpion’, Talks About Kanye West, And More.

Drake releases fifth studio album Scorpion.

It features JAY-Z, Michael Jackson, Ty Dolla $ign, and Static Major. The tracklist includes the single “I’m Upset,” as well as “Nice for What” and “God’s Plan.” There’s even a song called “Ratchet Happy Birthday.” Check out the 25-song track-list, which is split into two sides. Click Here to listen.

Track-list:

  1. SURVIVAL
  2. NONSTOP
  3. ELEVATE
  4. EMOTIONLESS
  5. GOD’S PLAN
  6. I’M UPSET
  7. 8 OUT OF 10
  8. MOB TIES
  9. CAN’T TAKE A JOKE
  10. SANDRA’S ROSE
  11. TALK UP (FT. JAY-Z)
  12. IS THERE MORE
  13. PEAK
  14. SUMMER GAMES
  15. JADED
  16. NICE FOR WHAT
  17. FINESSE
  18. RATCHET HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  19. THAT’S HOW YOU FEEL
  20. BLUE TINT
  21. IN MY FEELINGS
  22. DON’T MATTER TO ME (FT. MICHAEL JACKSON)
  23. AFTER DARK (FT. STATIC MAJOR & TY DOLLA $IGN)
  24. FINAL FANTASY
  25. MARCH 14

Drake discusses everything on his new album Scorpion. From becoming a dad to not addressing Pusha T and Kanye West.

On Secret son.

Drake confirms the claim, with a correction: “I wasn’t hiding my kid from the world, I was hiding the world from my kid,” he raps on “Emotionless.” He continues, “From empty souls who just wake up and looked to debate. Until you starin’ at your seed, you can never relate.” He also refutes Push’s claim that he’s a deadbeat dad, saying elsewhere on “8 Out of 10”: “The only deadbeats is whatever beats I been rappin’ to / Never a matter of could I or should I / Kiss my son on his forehead and kiss your ass good-bye / As luck would have it I’m settled into my role as the good guy.”

“I don’t run to the blogs / The only ones I wanna tell are the ones I can call,” he raps. “They always ask, ‘Why let the story run if it’s false?’ / You know a wise man once said nothin’ at all / I’m exhausted and drained I can’t even pretend.”

Another track.

“March 14”:

Yesterday morning was crazy / I had to come to terms with the fact that it’s not a maybe / That shit is in stone, sealed and signed / She not my lover like Billie Jean but the kid is mine / Sandi [his mother] used to tell me all it takes is one time, and all it took was one time / Shit, we only met two times, two times / And both times were nothing like the new times / Now it’s rough times / I’m out here on front lines just trying to make sure that I see him sometimes / It’s breaking my spirit

Why he hasn’t responded to Pusha T:

Drake doubles down on why he’s kept mum, saying he didn’t want this rap beef to turn deadly: “I’ve seen this movie a hundred times, I know where it’s headed / Realize someone gotta die when no one will dead it / Niggas gambling with their life for some content / That’s the type of lottery that could get your top picked.

On Kanye West.

“8 Out of 10,” saying “All sevens, no sixes” — a reference to most of the Wyoming albums’ seven-song track lists — “Rest easy get some shut eye / Hold on, hold on / But I miss making ‘em pay.” In other words, he’ll entertain your little mountain excursion if only for a check. Drake also responds to Kanye’s shot at him on “No Mistakes,” in which he said, “Too close to snipe you, truth told, I like you / Too bold to type you, too rich to fight you / Calm down, you light skin!” Drake says on “8 Out of 10”: “Too rich for who? Y’all just got rich again / Who grips the mic and likes to kill they friends?” (That second is also a reference to Kanye’s murderous thoughts expressed on his Ye opener.) And on “Nonstop,” “Yeah I’m light skinned but I’m still a dark nigga.

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