The Apprentice & Omarosa: Is there no end?

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Yes, I realize it’s “unscripted drama” and not really “reality TV”, but MAN… I just canNOT believe the behavior of Omarosa (aka “The Diva”). Please, someone tell me how she is close to completing a what, PHd? How in God’s name has she achieved the (apparant) level of success in her life with her attitude and complete lack of work ethic????

There are a couple of things from last week’s episode that left me slack-jawed:

1. Kwame’s selection of her for his team. And not even as his last pick!

2. Omarosa’s continual absolution of responsibility or fault when both are hers!

I honestly don’t know which is bugging me more:

1. Omarosa’s refusal to tell the group what the call at dinner was about.

or

2. The fact that Kwame did not press her to tell them what the call was about.

or

3. The fact that she completely lied about the phone call the next day. (Ok, this one was probably the topper)

or

4. The fact that Omarosa could state with a straight face that there was a “complete logisitics breakdown” when she was in charge of logistics!!!!!

Truly, a stunner of an episode.

Kwame is toast, at least as far as becoming “The Apprentice” but of course he has Plan B all sewed up in his back pocket already.

TAGS: the apprentice

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  1. I saw the interview with Kwame and Bill this morning on the “Today” show, and Kwame was saying that he chose Omarosa early on to avoid hurting her fragile psyche, and because he was about the only person who could stand to be around her. He apparently forgot that his management ability was being tested at the time, and effective managers don’t have time to worry about people’s fragile psyches.

    Kwame is too timid to be an effective leader in Trump’s organization, and at the end, even Trump had to admit that to himself. Although Bill sometimes runs around like a chicken with its head cut off, that is less of an offense than sitting back while the project starts falling apart.

    Brian

  2. American Idol’s Divas’ low votes is an Omarosa backlash. To America — not all black women are Omarosa’s.

    With or without Omarosa Kwamee wasn’t going to run o?ne of Donald’s companies. No way. And, as Donald said in a interview he was leaning towards Bill. They called Omarosa a Diva; that association has been transferred to the Diva’s of American Idol. What happened o?n Wednesday’s (04/21/04) show was an embarrassment and begins to question my reliability of American Idol.

    I repeat: American Idol’s Divas’ low votes is an Omarosa backlash.

    To America, not all black women are Omarosa’s.

    Signed… Lindell

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