Omarosa Says Her Villain Image is Just for Reality TV

Photo Credi: OWN/YouTube
Photo Credi: OWN/YouTube

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Omarosa Manigault has a reputation for being a bad girl, and she’s proven herself to be one of reality television’s biggest villains. Omarosa got her start in reality TV thanks to her first appearance on The Apprentice and although she ended up getting fired by Donald Trump, he didn’t hesitate to invite her back for Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars. Her recent appearance on the show would of course result in two new beefs and a lawsuit, as she is currently suing La Toya Jackson for saying that she wouldn’t be surprised if Omarosa killed her fiancé Michael Clarke Duncan herself. Then of course things got nasty between her and Claudia Jordan, especially after Claudia suggested Omarosa had a red carpet event at her fiancé’s funeral, an accusation Omarosa denies. In a recent interview with Hip Hollywood, Omarosa claims her bad girl image is not real and just an act for reality television. In fact, Omarosa is actual a minister and says ministry is her real call while reality television is just work. She reveals more about that in her upcoming appearance on OWN’s Where Are They Now? Omarosa tells Hip Hollywood:

“I believe it’s going to be eye-opening for people who don’t understand my call.

“People see me on The Apprentice one day and then see me or try to visualize me on the pulpit but this will allow people to understand that that’s work and this [is] my call.

“When I get called to tape a reality show for two or three days it’s fun like a vacation. go, I show up, I stir things up, I cash the check, it clears, I go home. It’s just fun, you know what I mean, but people they think everything they see on reality TV is real, come on now.”


Check out a few clips of Omarosa’s recent appearance on OWN’s Where Are They Now? below:



    1. Exactly. I don’t understand how this woman can call herself a woman of God doing the things that she does. I mean, I understand the concept of let who without sin cast the first stone, but dang, this lady acts like she’s an Angel. It does not matter if it’s for a reality show, God sees everything. And it’s something fishy about her not skipping a beat after Michael Clarke Duncan’s Death.

  1. I guess. I mean we all know most of reality TV isn’t real but she just seems so evil sometimes. LOL.

  2. Call me crazy but I think she could be telling the truth. Most reality stars fake their personalities for the check. Kenya Moore, anyone?

  3. Well you do have to be controversial to stay in reality TV. So she could be telling the truth here. But if anything, I’m more annoyed that reality TV stars have become bootleg actors. Smh.

  4. Meh, I believe her. Reality TV is not technically real these days. The more controversial you, the more shows you will be invited to. She seems to treat it like a business. #shrugs

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