Omarosa says Ereka called her an n; Trump dance mixes debut; fired get hired.

Omarosa says Ereka called her an n; Trump dance mixes debut; fired get hired.
Iraq? The election? Bah! There’s Apprentice news to cover, and there’s a ton of it. First, on The View, Omarosa said Ereka Ventrini called her the n-word. Discussing the now-famous “the pot calling the kettle black” incident, Omarosa says that her comment was in response to Ereka’s use of the racial slur—not to the saying itself. “NBC is unaware of any such incident,” the network said in a statement. Trump tells the New York Daily News “It’s just something that wasn’t caught on camera, and that’s with up to 28 cameras going at one time, all the time. With witnesses, nobody else has heard it. I think that if it happened, I’d be very disappointed that she didn’t bring it to our attention. We’re all trying to figure out why this wasn’t brought to someone’s attention a long time ago.” … Those who’ve been fired aren’t standing in the unemployment line, or not. Ereka says that “many opportunities have opened up now that I’ve been fired,” the Palm Beach Post reports. She’s still unemployed. Kristi Frank, who “has already had small roles in the short-lived ABC sitcom The Secret Lives of Men, the movie Liars Poker and a topless role in the steamy Showtime series Red Shoes Diaries,” is back working at the restaurant she owns. … Last night, Heidi got dumped after Carolyn said she hadn’t ever seen Heidi contribute. Next week’s episode is the eleventh, and it will be a clip show. The series concludes in a live finale April 15. … Finally, Donald Trump’s one-line superlatives and put-downs have been put to music. NBC, not an enterprising fan, is distributing the two dance mixes, which you can listen to on WCNC’s web site.

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