How Omarosa Really Won Big Brother

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Big Brother: Celebrity Edition finally ended this past Sunday with Broadway actress Marissa Jaret Winokur taking home the $250,000 prize. But it wasn’t Winokur who made all the headlines during the show’s 32-day run. Omarosa was the one who dominated Big Brother’s publicity cycle from the moment her casting was announced in January. And once the show started airing in February, the internet was inundated with dramatic scenes of her spilling tea to fellow castmates about her time in the Trump White House. From her tearful prophecy about the country’s future under Trump (“It’s not going to be okay”), to her ominous comments about Vice President Mike Pence, she manufactured major melodrama out of ultimately lukewarm revelations.

It didn’t matter that she was rehashing old news, because the teary confessions aided her ongoing attempt to change the public narrative about her relationship to the White House. After her firing from an ambiguous position as communications director for the Office of Public Liaison last December, she started the campaign to distance herself from the administration she helped elect. In her post-exit interview on CBS’s Good Morning America that same month, she sold herself as a brave truth-teller who had quit, rather than been fired. “I have seen things that made me uncomfortable, upset me … and affected my community and my people,” Omarosa told GMA anchor Michael Strahan. But the exchange garnered as much attention for her attempt to claim that she quit as it did for GMA anchor Robin Roberts’ candid reaction to her story. Segueing to a following segment after the interview, Roberts commented, “I’m sure she’ll be selling that story,” before muttering, “Bye, Felicia.” The internet responded with joy, and SNL mocked Omarosa’s attempted spin.

Michael Strahan and Omarosa in December.

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And indeed, by returning to her reality television roots on Big Brother, Omarosa did “sell” her story both literally and figuratively. Big Brother is all about creating the illusion of intimacy, about letting the public into the competitors’ everyday banality in the surveilled house. She reportedly got paid handsomely for her appearance (according to TMZ, all cast members started with a base pay of $200,000 that grew the longer you stayed in the house), and she was able to get her version of events out to the public, mediated not by a testy interviewer but by sympathetic castmates. By ingratiating herself with her castmates in the personal exchanges in the house, she used the show to recast her image from scheming sellout Trump appointee to “human” Omarosa. Once again, even in losing, Omarosa manufactured a different kind of media win.

Omarosa famously got her start as a reality TV villain on The Apprentice in 2004. “Four years ago I worked at the White House for the president of the United States,” Omarosa told viewers during her opening vignette, alluding to a series of controversial jobs she held in the Clinton White House and exaggerating the weight of her political experience, as she would do again 14 years later.

Throughout the show, Omarosa instigated scandalously unprofessional interactions with the other women castmates, intrinsically understanding that the show’s real drama came from the contestants outmaneuvering each other to stay on the program. When one of the women tells her she won’t get anywhere by being a “bitch,” Omarosa retorts: “I went from the projects to the White House — how successful was that?”

Omarosa during her first appearance on The Apprentice.

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Perhaps most notoriously, she accused another castmate of racism after the castmate, Ereka, made a comment about “the pot calling the kettle black.” “You’re very intimidated by black women, right?” she asked Ereka, trying to unsettle her. “Try to contain your prejudice, okay?” That clip was often replayed, got brought up in the reunion episode, and was hashed out on The View, getting Omarosa more screentime outside of the show than many of the show’s other contestants. This was the start of Omarosa’s surreal existence, crafting controversial moments into headlines and reality television content, feeding on feuds and building infamy out of chaos.

Though she blamed editing for her portrayal, it didn’t matter what was real or not, because the very discussion of that question generated more drama and attention. Whatever role editing and self-aggrandizement played in her depiction, she leaned into — and played up — that villainous persona when she returned to the program a few years later. On the first edition of Celebrity Apprentice in 2008, she started a feud with Piers Morgan, getting “real,” not by revealing anything about herself, but by getting personal about Morgan’s life. “The mother of your children hates you, Piers, and your children hate you, Piers. They’re embarrassed by you,” she told him, causing him to lose control and call her a tramp. “I knew his weak spots,” she later explained in a confessional. “And I exploited them.” On 2013’s Apprentice: All Stars, she got into a fight with sweet and whispy-voiced La Toya Jackson, and then sued her for jokingly suggesting that Omarosa had pulled the plug on her fiancé.

Once again, even in losing, Omarosa manufactured a different kind of media win.

When she finally returned to politics with the Trump campaign in 2016, she still played into her image as a reality television villain. “Every critic, every detractor will have to bow down to President Trump,” she told the camera in a Frontline documentary about the election. “It’s everyone who’s ever doubted Donald, who ever disagreed, who ever challenged him. It is the ultimate revenge to become the most powerful man in the universe.” With her calm, carefully enunciated tone, she sounded just like the caricature she had crafted through her reality television career — prompting the question, could she be for real? Either way, she, and the campaign, made headlines.

Her dramatic exit from the White House last December also ended with a bang, in the aftermath of persistent questions about what her job actually consisted of, and leaked tales about Bridezilla antics (she staged a photo op on the White House lawn with her bridesmaids and appeared on the reality show Say Yes to the Dress). As the Cut’s Rhonda Garelick pointed out in a piece about Omarosa’s symbolism, she had to be fired because she seemed to tie Trump too overtly to his own reality television underpinnings. Her shift to Big Brother — after accusing Robin Roberts and journalist April Ryan of starting a “black women’s civil war” — seemed like a return to her natural ecosystem. But this time she used the flamboyance that had worked so well in building her villainous reality show persona to sell her troubled White House era as a human interest story.

Omarosa and Julie Chen on Big Brother: Celebrity Edition.

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After her casting was announced, even Big Brother host Julie Chen claimed that Omarosa would speak “her truth” about the White House during her time on the program. And from the first episode, her conversations with castmates about her time alongside Trump were front and center. In the first episode, talk show host and fellow contestant Ross Mathews asked about her time in the White House — and unlike Michael Strahan or Robin Roberts, he positioned himself as a sympathetic ear. “As an outsider, it didn’t make sense,” Mathews told Omarosa about her decision to join Trump’s campaign and presidency. Omarosa responded by saying that she had been “haunted” by Trump’s tweets, and claiming she never felt she was working for him but for the country. “It was a call to duty,” she said. “I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him … it was always about the country.” Her statements were a far cry from her previous praise of Trump as a leader.

“I need you to say it’s going to be okay,” Mathews told her, asking about the nation’s future under the president. “But it’s not — it’s not going to be okay,” she said through tears. In another exchange with a fellow contestant, American Pie star Shannon Elizabeth, she confessed, “because I was black, people wouldn’t even talk to me, and it wasn’t just the black thing — it was also the woman thing. These men don’t want a woman telling them what to do.”

Omarosa on Big Brother: Celebrity Edition.

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These kinds of revelations and justifications raised suspicion, but they kept her in the headlines and built an audience for any potential tell-all interviews or books that could come down the pike. Critics pointed out early on during the show’s airing that she was attempting to rebrand, supposedly by avoiding any villainous antics during the competition. But in the competition she played the same role she always has — master manipulator, exposing people’s motives, trying to exploit weak players, accusing Elizabeth of going after the “brown girls,” even yelling at Mathews to destabilize him during a challenge. She left for a week when she might have been evicted because of a suspicious asthma attack, and demonstrated her ideologically shape-shifting opportunism, trying to create alliances with the women against all the men, and trying to involve Keshia Knight Pulliam in a “black girl magic” alliance.

Through her competitive strategizing, she kept herself on the show until the final week. The more exposure she got, the more she was able to show another side of herself. She cried when she saw her parents during a family check-in for the cast, and acted as a kind of elder grand dame telling campfire tales to the other castmates about her White House era. Such moments humanized her, and portrayed her in a softer, more intimate way than her previous reality television antics had allowed for.

And, of course, the other contestants seemed to be taken with or fascinated by her front-row seat to US history. In response to Omarosa’s decision to nominate Mathews for eviction, Mathews said: “It’s pretty cool that I just got nominated by Omarosa on a reality show. That’s gonna be great dinner party conversation.” Similarly, Marissa Jaret Winokur, the ultimate winner, joked: “I can’t believe that I’ve lived with Omarosa.” It was almost as if, through her, they had attached themselves to a footnote in our political history.

After their evictions, many castmates had nice words to say about her, both on the show and outside of it. During their speeches, Real Housewife Brandi Glanville said she hoped people saw her “softer side,” and Miss Universe finalist and castmate Ariadna Gutierrez gushed, “I hope you all see her true soul because she is amazing.” Knight Pulliam also had nice words to say about Omarosa after she left the house. “I was really excited to be able to meet someone who I had such a very different perspective of and get to know her heart and get to see a very different side of her.”

The more exposure she got, the more she was able to show another side of herself.

You could begin to see the changes in how the studio audience thought of Omarosa throughout her time on the show. During one eviction ceremony, Omarosa made an impassioned dramatic plea to stay in the house so Knight Pulliam could leave and be with her daughter. The audience laughed at her. But during her final eviction speech, Omarosa seemed to address not so much the house, but the American public, and perhaps even her congregation as an ordained pastor. “We are one nation under God and with the power of the vote, the ballot, and bringing our diversity to allow us to unite, we can change this country to be together, united under god. Thank you, I love you.” This attempt to reframe her politics might ultimately be unconvincing, but she had a big audience for it, and on the show it was followed not by laughter, but by applause. More importantly, through the castmate’s acceptance of Omarosa, and the show’s editing of her, Big Brother enacted her symbolic reentry into the national conversation.

After her eviction from the Big Brother house in the final episode, Omarosa sat down for her chat with host Julie Chen. “I've always been in a boardroom or the Oval Office or on a stage giving a speech,” she said, explaining why she went on the show. “But I've never had a chance to let my hair down and really be authentic and engage with people. This was a chance … to let my light shine and let people know who the true Omarosa is.”

This “true” Omarosa is probably an aspect of her personality opportunistically unveiled in an effort to soften her image, as other women of the White House have done, as they try to distance themselves from the administration less through open political contestation, and more through subtle, though equally political, attempts at relating to the public. After she was ousted from our ongoing national reality show, no cameras captured the moment, as she herself noted in her GMA interview, and she knew how to exploit the aftermath of gossip and speculation. It was because of her latest villainous turn in the Trump administration that her brand was worth something to producers, and Omarosa finally had the audience she's wanted all along. She leaned into the moment, changing the conversation around her image, using the techniques she's perfected in past competition shows to win once again, even as a loser.

“I’m Omarosa, and I’m back,” she stated in her opening vignette of the premiere episode, twirling in a fuchsia gown. Perhaps Dancing With the Stars is next. ●

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Jennifer Lawrence Just Called Harvey Weinstein An "Ass Boil" For Using Her In His Defence

“He’s just that horrible ass boil that does not go away.”

Last Wednesday, Harvey Weinstein asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit against him that had been made by six women who claimed he assaulted them.

Last Wednesday, Harvey Weinstein asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit against him that had been made by six women who claimed he assaulted them.

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Recently, Jennifer appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, who brought up the subject.

Recently, Jennifer appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, who brought up the subject.

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Jennifer removed her shoes and got comfy before saying: “He’s just that horrible ass boil that does not go away. You pop the ass boil. He’s just the worst. When is it gonna end?”

Jennifer removed her shoes and got comfy before saying: "He's just that horrible ass boil that does not go away. You pop the ass boil. He's just the worst. When is it gonna end?"

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“In the middle of the night I had to come up with a statement in London, and it’s still not over? His awfulness is still happening?”

"In the middle of the night I had to come up with a statement in London, and it's still not over? His awfulness is still happening?"

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When Stephen asked if this was part of the reason she would be taking a year off from working, Jennifer said: “No, it’s just by coincidence. I really love my job and I’m very happy.”

When Stephen asked if this was part of the reason she would be taking a year off from working, Jennifer said: "No, it's just by coincidence. I really love my job and I'm very happy."

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You can watch the full clip here:

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Oprah Sent Mindy Kaling The Most Epic Baby Present And It's So Freakin' Adorable

“Two men are going to be coming to your house … with a U-Haul truck.”

Let’s just admit it here and now: We’d all like to be besties with Oprah. I mean, I’d even settle for just being vague acquaintances.

Let's just admit it here and now: We'd all like to be besties with Oprah. I mean, I'd even settle for just being vague acquaintances.

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But for some fortunate people, they can actually call Oprah a friend, and one of those lucky people is her A Wrinkle in Time costar Mindy Kaling.

But for some fortunate people, they can actually call Oprah a friend, and one of those lucky people is her A Wrinkle in Time costar Mindy Kaling.

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In fact, the pair are such good friends that when Mindy gave birth to daughter Katherine, Oprah sent her a baby present.

In fact, the pair are such good friends that when Mindy gave birth to daughter Katherine, Oprah sent her a baby present.

And it wasn't just a voucher for a discount on nappies, it ended up being the most Oprah gift of all time.

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Talking to USA Today, Mindy said that Oprah’s assistant had been in touch because she’d “like to drop off a present”.

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“I’m thinking that’s so nice, like, it’s probably flowers. I had a kid, I’m a single mom. That’s really nice Oprah remembered.”

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But then Oprah’s assistant said that “two men are going to be coming to your house … with a U-Haul truck”.

But then Oprah's assistant said that "two men are going to be coming to your house ... with a U-Haul truck".

Sounds like a pretty big bunch of flowers to me. Mindy was so excited that she stayed home from work to wait for the delivery, and she wasn't disappointed.

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“They arrived with a hand-carved bookcase, prettier than any professional dollhouse you had ever seen, that contained a hundred of the classic essential books in children’s literature.”

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And the cutest little detail was that each book had “Katherine’s Book Club” written on it.

And the cutest little detail was that each book had "Katherine's Book Club" written on it.

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But according to Oprah, the gift “wasn’t as perfect as I wanted it to be”, because she originally wanted the bookcase to be carved so it resembled the treehouse that Mindy’s A Wrinkle in Time character lives in.

But according to Oprah, the gift "wasn't as perfect as I wanted it to be", because she originally wanted the bookcase to be carved so it resembled the treehouse that Mindy's A Wrinkle in Time character lives in.

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But instead, Katherine Kaling has to put up with a “beautiful castle” bookcase instead. Ohhh, the horror!

But instead, Katherine Kaling has to put up with a "beautiful castle" bookcase instead. Ohhh, the horror!

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Emma Thompson Revealed How She Made That "Love Actually" Crying Scene So Fucking Real

She drew on her own experiences after her first husband had an affair.

It’s highly likely that some time over the past 15 years you’ll have seen Love Actually.

It's highly likely that some time over the past 15 years you'll have seen Love Actually.

If you haven't, what's wrong with you.

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And you will almost certainly remember the heartbreaking scene in which Emma Thompson’s character realises that her husband may be cheating on her.

And you will almost certainly remember the heartbreaking scene in which Emma Thompson's character realises that her husband may be cheating on her.

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It culminates with Emma standing in her bedroom listening to Joni Mitchell and sobbing as her family open Christmas presents in the other room.

It culminates with Emma standing in her bedroom listening to Joni Mitchell and sobbing as her family open Christmas presents in the other room.

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Well, Emma has now revealed that part of the reason why the scene feels so heartbreakingly real is because she based her performance on real-life experience.

Well, Emma has now revealed that part of the reason why the scene feels so heartbreakingly real is because she based her performance on real-life experience.

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Speaking at a recent fundraising event, Emma revealed that her heart had been “very badly broken” by her first husband Kenneth Branagh after he began an affair with Helena Bonham Carter.

Speaking at a recent fundraising event, Emma revealed that her heart had been "very badly broken" by her first husband Kenneth Branagh after he began an affair with Helena Bonham Carter.

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She said:

That scene where my character is standing by the bed crying is so well known because it's something everyone's been through. I had my heart very badly broken by Ken, so I knew what it was like to find the necklace that wasn't meant for me. Well, it wasn't exactly that, but we've all been through it.

Well now I’m going to cry even harder at the scene.

Well now I'm going to cry even harder at the scene.

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OMG Groot Is Actually Dead And Baby Groot Is His Son

I’m sorry, this is my fault.

So it’s Tuesday afternoon, I had a 7 a.m. flight to New York this morning, and decided to work from home. Which means I get to watch movies while writing.

So it's Tuesday afternoon, I had a 7 a.m. flight to New York this morning, and decided to work from home. Which means I get to watch movies while writing.

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is on Netflix, and I just came from Disney, so I’m in a mood. This seemed perfect.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is on Netflix, and I just came from Disney, so I'm in a mood. This seemed perfect.

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First of all, Porgs are penguins?? Idk how legit that is, but still. Mind blown.

First of all, Porgs are penguins?? Idk how legit that is, but still. Mind blown.

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Second, he shut down the argument of Groot being able to care for himself REAL QUICK.

Second, he shut down the argument of Groot being able to care for himself REAL QUICK.

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Honestly, things are getting heated.

Honestly, things are getting heated.

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AND THEN JAMES GUNN COMES AND RUINS MY DAY WITH THIS BOMBSHELL.

AND THEN JAMES GUNN COMES AND RUINS MY DAY WITH THIS BOMBSHELL.

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SO YOU’RE TELLING ME THAT GROOT DIED???

SO YOU'RE TELLING ME THAT GROOT DIED???

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AND THIS IS HIS SON??????

AND THIS IS HIS SON??????

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WHY ARE YOU HURTING ME?

WHY ARE YOU HURTING ME?

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My life has changed and I don’t know how to feel.

My life has changed and I don't know how to feel.

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We Asked Jaden Smith About The Environment, Millennials, And Water

“I feel like the younger generations do care more about the planet.”

Jaden Smith is a pretty freakin' talented kid. I mean, he's an actor, artist, rapper, AND an activist. Most recently his activism has brought him to help create a sustainable water company called JUST water, whose paper-based bottle is made from 82% renewable resources. Jaden has always been passionate about the environment so recently we went to talk to him about just that.

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Do you think younger generations care about the planet more than others?

Do you think younger generations care about the planet more than others?

Jaden Smith: I feel like the younger generations do care more about the planet than the other generations. There’s more information coming out on a daily basis about the effect that climate change has on all of us.

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How has working with JUST Water changed your habits?

How has working with JUST Water changed your habits?

JS: Starting JUST has really changed my entire life because of the ethos of what we’re doing. It's kind of when I was 11 and I was learning about the Pacific patches and the plastics in the ocean. It's completely changed my perspective on what I thought the world was before I learned about that.

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Can you explain what it felt like to see the gigantic plastic island in the middle of the ocean?

Can you explain what it felt like to see the gigantic plastic island in the middle of the ocean?

JS: It felt like I had been lied to my whole life, and that people actually weren’t telling me the truth about what world I was living in.

And it feels kind of terrible. Those microplastics [in the ocean] break down, fish swallow them, and then we eat the fish, and those microplastics end up in our gut.

That’s what happens. So people need to realize that the effect of climate change is serious and in 2050 there will be 50 million climate change refugees if we don’t do anything about it.

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What’s one thing everyone can do to improve the environment?

What’s one thing everyone can do to improve the environment?

JS: Just to educate themselves on what’s going on, and then assess the area that they live in, and that solution will arise with whatever the simplest thing you can do, or the person you can contact. Basically small changes in your habits can help. Because in different parts of the world, people live their lives in different ways so it just all depends on where you are.

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How important is it to you to make Just Water with 100% recyclable materials?

How important is it to you to make Just Water with 100% recyclable materials?

JS: It’s so important to me because recycling is really important. Being able to recycle this bottle the same way as an orange juice or milk carton is great. But what’s most important to me is the use of renewable materials that grow back, especially those that aren’t petroleum based or oil based. Petroleum based plastic is a finite amount of resources that we have. Also, we burn so much CO2 emissions while extracting it, and burning it, and creating it. So, i'm just glad that this is made out of renewable resources.

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Why should we care about our CO2 emissions?

Why should we care about our CO2 emissions?

JS: We should care about CO2 emissions because we care about the people in our lives that we love. And, if we want them to be around and to be able to breathe without machine help, we should care about CO2 emissions. Because that will be the leading cause to send us into a new type of world where it gets too hot. Basically, if we care about NYC, we should care about the CO2 emissions.

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How else do you pay respect to the earth in your daily routine?

How else do you pay respect to the earth in your daily routine?

JS: On a daily basis I definitely pay attention to what I’m using, how much of it I use, and where I put things. I also try to shower very fast. [Besides that] I try to turn the faucet off when I’m in the middle of brushing my teeth, and I turn the faucet off.

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Cardi B Doesn't Want Your Unsolicited Relationship Advice On Her Fiancé Offset

“I want to work out my shit with my man, and I don’t got to explain why.”

Cardi B lives life unapologetically and that’s why we love her so much.

Cardi B lives life unapologetically and that's why we love her so much.

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The 25-year-old Bronx native isn’t afraid to speak her mind, especially when it comes to people and things she cares about, like fiancé Offset of Migos.

The 25-year-old Bronx native isn't afraid to speak her mind, especially when it comes to people and things she cares about, like fiancé Offset of Migos.

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The “Bartier Cardi” rapper has made that clear multiple times. Like here, at the 2018 Grammys.

The "Bartier Cardi" rapper has made that clear multiple times. Like here, at the 2018 Grammys.

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And here, on Twitter.

And here, on Twitter.

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And she did it once more in her cover interview in the April issue of Cosmopolitan. In it, Cardi B explained why she’s not worried about outside opinions regarding her relationship with Offset, despite the cheating rumors.

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“Everybody is coming down my neck like, ‘Why are you not leaving him? You have low self-esteem.’ I don’t have low self-esteem.”

"Everybody is coming down my neck like, ‘Why are you not leaving him? You have low self-esteem.’ I don’t have low self-esteem."

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“I know I look good. I know I’m rich, I know I’m talented. I know I could get any man I want—any basketball player, football player.”

"I know I look good. I know I’m rich, I know I’m talented. I know I could get any man I want—any basketball player, football player."

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“But I want to work out my shit with my man, and I don’t got to explain why. I’m not your property. This is my life.”

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“I’m going to take my time, and I’m going to decide on my decision. It’s not right, what he fucking did — but people don’t know what I did, ’cause I ain’t no angel.”

"I’m going to take my time, and I’m going to decide on my decision. It’s not right, what he fucking did — but people don’t know what I did, ’cause I ain’t no angel.”

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So, what she’s basically saying is MIND YOUR BUSINESS…it’s free.

So, what she's basically saying is MIND YOUR BUSINESS...it's free.

Porque, “Bullshit is something I don't entertain” – a Cardi proverb.

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To read more from her interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, click here.

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11 Hair Trends That Will Make 2018 A Very, Very Pretty Year

And the names are borderline genius, too.

Hollywood Opal

This look combines “Old Hollywood” soft waves with a softer, more subtle version of the popular mermaid hair trend.

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Ghosted

The idea with this platinum-look is that when your hair moves, there are notes of “shimmery shades” that pop up for a split second, making you wonder if you've actually seen them or not — hence, “ghosted.” LOL.

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Butterbeer

The name has recently been coined by Revelist, and it basically involves a deliciously beautiful mix of deep yellows and vibrant oranges. Perfect for a shopping trip to Hogsmeade.

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Glitterage

Described as a “happy accident” by its creator Danielle Wade, it is just glitter combined with hair gel painted onto the hair. So, it's not a color process, but a styling process.

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Mac and cheese

This hunger-inducing color has been making the rounds on IG lately and, tbh, looks perfect for spring.

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Ice blonde

Kim Kardashian and mom Kris recently shared a photo of themselves sporting this very Khaleesi-esque look on Valentine's Day. For only the most fashionable of White Walkers.

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Reverse Balayage

This inverted take on a more traditional balayage, which has been pioneered by hairstylist Deryn Daniels, flips the dark roots to the bottom.

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Pink lemonade

This BURST of pretty pink and yellow is perfect for summer. Superstar Constance Wu is even sporting the look, now!

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Mulled wine

With a deep burgundy base, this color also incorporates subtle orange and cinnamon tints…and it's cozy AF.

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Rose gold

This is like a baby pink blended with warm, brassy golds — ya know, kinda like Kylie Jenner circa fall of 2016.

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Ashy violet

This muted lavender color was recently spotted by Marie Claire, and tbh, looks completely ethereal.

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