wesley snipes was at book expo yesterday. he was plugging a project "zulu mech 1" that i'll take a look at in another blog. (side note: the woman working the table for wesley's project told me all about how this project was going to tell the "real history"...but she wasn't clear on what exact historical reference needed to be corrected.) anyway...wesley is standing right there. i was going to try and meet him...but then, i saw...
yes, omarosa has had some questionable public moments since her stint on 'the apprentice,' but i am still a fan. i think she's misunderstood. i like her in the way that i've always liked robin givens.
so, i am standing there waiting my turn to meet ms. omarosa. she is smiling, chatting with people, telling jokes; completely charming and beautiful.
as i stepped to the front of the line, omarosa smiled, made eye contact and then some chick (she was industry, i'm not naming names) stepped in front of me with an author and proceeded to introduce this person to omarosa like i wasn't standing right there.
i looked at the cow like she was out of her mind, but there were cameras and tons of people. i didn't want to clown like my brethren did over their popeye's chicken a few weeks back. without skipping a beat, omarosa stood, shook the author's hand and said, 'let me finish speaking to phill and i'll be with you in a sec.'
her book is, the bitch switch: knowing how to turn it on and off. she really is an expert, because she turned on and off at the same time in that moment.
we spoke for a moment...i invited omarosa down to hampton. she said that she would 'turn hampton out.' i believe her.
i am fan.