V. Stiviano Also Said Weird, Racist Stuff on Tape
After “outing” her boss to the world as a racist with a secretly recorded phone conversation, old video has emerged of Donald Sterling’s would-be girlfriend, V. Stiviano, also making racially charged statements.
A video from 2011 has re-emerged made by Sterling’s “helper” as an audition for a failed reality show about gold digger women.
On the video, Stiviano is heard claiming that black people are financially irresponsible.
“I don’t understand black people,” Stiviano says in the video. “The minute you give them a little bit of money, they don’t known what to do with it.”
Stiviano, who has identified as black, mixed race, and Hispanic, went on to say that they are not financially responsible.
“They’re like, ‘Yo, I wanna put extra rims on top of my rims. And my rims are gonna turn around. I’m gonna call them spinners,’” she says.
It gets worse. She goes on saying, “They do stupid s*** like that, when there’s people starving around the world. That’s what people want to do with their money?”
There is also a segment showing Stiviano in a car with another woman. She ends up using an Elmo puppet to simulate oral sex on the woman.
She then says to the puppet, “We don’t like black people.”
This all really cements the perception that Stiviano, or what ever she’s calling herself this week, is a gold digger who will do anything to get noticed. I can only use this woman as a perfect example for the sort of people we as a society should be shaming, not celebrating. Stiviano, Kardashian, Paris Hilton, none of these people do anything that we should be lauding.
Warner Todd Huston
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