SHE TRIED IT: Stacey Dash thought it was a good idea to come for Oprah

The "Clueless" star decides to jump into a fight she cannot win

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Stacey Dash thought it was a good idea to come for Oprah Winfrey, and she quickly found out the hard way that you don’t take shots at the queen.

On Wednesday, the actress and ex-Fox News darling tweeted out a fake news story about Winfrey titled “Oprah Under the Microscope: 12 Skeletons She Can No Longer Hide In Her Closet.”

“This cannot be dismissed. Oprah must be forced to answer to these if she’s going to ask for our vote…,” Dash tweeted to her 564,000 followers.

Twitter unloads

Soon after, Twitter let the former “Clueless” star have it.

“You want to be Oprah don’t you? LOL” tweeted one user, to which Dash responded, “No. LOL.”

That same user followed up with a screenshot of Winfrey’s net worth, according to Forbes: a whopping $3.1 billion. “You want to rethink that?” he tweeted.

Other users called out the hypocrisy in Dash criticizing Oprah’s “past” and possible presidential run, and yet not hold President Donald Trump to the same standard. “So we just gonna act like @realDonaldTrump doesn’t have sexual allegations and collusion accusations?” one user tweet.

“You’re always pointing out people‘s faults or negative things about people. Why don’t you ever do this about @realDonaldTrump or things he’s done/does or says wrong?” wrote another user.

Take a look at some Twitter reactions below.

So much for running back to the Black community

Just last month, many wondered if Dash, once a treasured beauty in Black culture, was trying to claw her way back in the community good graces.

After appearing in a trailer for a film produced by her cousin, Damon Dash, ESPN host Jemele Hill pointed out the funny irony.

“Well, well, look who’s back. Running right back to a black audience after working overtime to shame black people daily on national television. Well done,” she tweeted.

Hill had more to say too. “I just find it really interesting Ms. Why Isn’t there a White History Month (yeah she said that) is constantly positioning herself with an audience she clearly despises, on some level.”

Hill knows what she is talking about when it comes to Dash’s opinions. Dash herself has always been outspoken and shared these thoughts on Fox News, even when she was better off staying quiet.

Skinfolk ain’t kinfolk

In the past, Dash has called Congresswoman Maxine Waters a “buffoon,” commented that transgender people should use bushes for washrooms, and even downplayed the importance of Black History Month by asking why there isn’t a White History Month.

She also referred to actor Jesse Williams as a “plantation slave” after he gave a speech when winning the 2016 BET Humanitarian Award.

Honor Up will be released in February, which is ironically Black History Month and though her cousin said she was involved in the film, Dash herself has denied being involved in the movie.

“I’m sorry that my cousin Damon Dash is using our family relationship to advertise his movie. I have no written contract with him or Kanye West’s company (who I have had no dealings with at all). No one is authorized to use my name or photograph for ‘Honor Up.’”

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