The actress finally spills the tea on what happened on the show.
Raye reveals on Centric’s Being that, “In Hollywood, I’ve learned to be a boss,” she said in the teaser. “I had to say to Stacey Dash, ‘If you don’t get your mother******* finger out of my face…’” she said, then continued, “So for our second season of Single Ladies, there was a replacement,” BET reports.
This confession comes after Raye vehemently denied responsibility for Dash’s departure, blaming Vh1’s director for letting her go.
Maybe Raye felt more comfortable dragging Dash since the whole Black world isn’t really here for her right now.
At least Stacey Dash went on to do….other things.
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