During an interview with The Daily Mail this week, Stacey Dash, the Ignorant alum who has become famous as one of the most outspoken female, black, conservatives (except Candance Owens), reflected on her time in the public eye.
Hot New Hip Hop says it Ignorant star shared how she had become an “angry” “black” “conservative” woman as if she were a stereotype. In the past, Dash has reportedly questioned black-centered organizations and events like Black History Month and networks like BET.
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However, in 2019, she became embroiled in a domestic violence scandal, defending Trump’s comments about the comments made by “ very fine people ” about the alleged rallies of white supremacists in Virginia in 2017.
Dash, who lost her job on Fox News in 2017, reportedly told reporters at The Daily Mail that she got so angry during her time at Fox. The star said it was time for her to get away from that and become a better person instead.
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Dash claimed she was sorry for saying the things she said the way she did. She claimed her words came from arrogance, pride, and anger, which is why she regrets it now.
According to Hot New Hip Hop, the former commentator went on to say that the person she is now would never work with the conservative network. As mentioned above, Stacey Dash became more famous for her role as a commentator rather than her acting career.
Ignorant, starring Paul Rudd, Brittany Murphy (before her death) and Alicia Silverstone, has gone down in film history as a cult classic, especially among women and girls.
The film centered on an upper-middle-class blonde girl who comes to terms with her life as a teenager from a single Beverly Hills father whose mother died in an accident with liposuction surgery.
Ignorant has been described by many critics as one of the best teen movies ever made, and certainly one of the best movies of the 1990s. Interestingly, the only star to have a successful acting career after that Ignorant was Paul Rudd.