NEW YORK CITY - In a move that some television media critics are calling highly "interesting," the three Black women who were left on Celebrity Apprentice are all now gone.
And many are wondering if that is simply just one heck of a coincidence or if it could possibly be by design.
NeNe "The Black Amazon" Leakes quit after Trump took her off of team ASAP and placed her on team Backbone. She said that the only reason why Trump made that move was so that she (NeNe) would not end up knocking the dog do out of Star "The Law Ho" Jones.
Leakes said that if Trump had any 'onions' he would have put "Back Stabber" Jones on the men's team and left her on the women's team.
The rumor that the reason why the man with "The Hairdo From North Korea" did not move Star Jones and instead moved NeNe Leakes was because of something that had gone on behind closed doors between Trump and Jones has not been verified.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: The video tape taken of Star Jones in Donald Trumps personal office clearly shows that the two never really touched except for twice. Once when Donald said hello to Star and French kissed her and the second time when Donald told Star goodbye and he gave her a gentle little pat on her ass as she turned to walk towards the door.]
And as for La Toya "The Black Barbie Doll" Jackson Donald Trump said that he had to fire her because Ivanka and Donnie Jr., had both said that La Toya wore way too much makeup and they could actually smell it from across the board room table.
A reporter for USA DAYBREAK stated that many viewers wrote in and said that if they did not know any better they'd swear that the reason that Trump got rid of the three Black women was to get back at President Barack Obama.
A spokesperson for Mr. Trump dismissed that as ridiculous and added that Trump does not think that La Toya is Black and he even asked to see her birth certificate.
La Toya reportedly texted the Trumpster telling him that his wife would have octuplets before that sh*t happens.
TV ClickerWorld reported that 'Celebrity Apprentice' is the number one rated show in Arizona. It is followed closely by reruns of 'Gilligan's Island' and reruns of 'Captain Kangaroo.'