CLAP BACK: Sheree Fletcher CHECKS Alexis Arquette, “Will Smith Is Not Gay!” + Stacey Dash POPS Back At BET!
Shree Flecther, ex-wife of Will Smith, sets the record straight about rumors started by Alexis Arquette that her ex-husband is gay! Find out all she said and check out Stacey Dash's response to BET's shade inside….
Sheree Flecther, ex-wife of Will Smith, is clapping back at trans model and actress Alexis Arquette who recently spoke out claiming Will Smith had a homosexual relationship with celebrity manager Benny Medina. Alexis also called Will and and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith “gay hypocrites” and said Will’s first marriage ended because Sheree walked in on him having sex with Benny.
Well, Sheree is speaking out to set the record straight. She says Will is NOT gay and their marriage did NOT end because of infidelity. She posted a video on her Facebook page to address the allegations saying,
“Alexis Arquette, let’s just be clear, I don’t know you and you don’t know me. So for you to claim to have firsthand information as to why my marriage didn’t work out is completely out of line and I got to check you.
“Not only is it out of line but it’s absolutely NOT true and I am offended and I’m hurt that someone would be so malicious and reckless to use a lie and an untruth to prove a point. I’m not here to fight Will and Jada’s battle. They do not need me to do that. I’m here to set the record straight and let you know what happened to my marriage.
“My marriage didn’t end over any infidelity. I didn’t find Will in the bed with a man, and I didn’t find Will in the bed with a woman. It just didn’t happen! Will was straight in 1992 and he’s straight in 2016.”
The “Hollywood Exes” star went on to reveal the REAL reason her marriage to the Concussion star ended. She continued,
“Our marriage ended because we were so young. It was just a lot of responsibility especially at that age. I just didn’t have the tools. We didn’t have the tools to make it work. I left because I was unhappy, it’s really that simple. I left because I was unhappy and I’ve never had a gag order. I’ve never been paid to be silent. I know Will has a lot of money, but Will does not have enough money to take my voice away from me, to deprive me of my story. That wouldn’t happen. And I’m grateful for the relationship we have.”
Sheree said if she walked in on Will with a man she doesn't think their relationship with him could be as good as it is today. She said she certainly would have said something back then had something like that went down because a woman scorned ain’t nothing nice. “Check your facts. Try to actually have some facts before you start putting out untruths out there that could really damage people and families,” she ended.
Peep the video below:
Just setting the record STRAIGHT!
Posted by Sheree Fletcher on Thursday, January 21, 2016
In another clap back....
After BET dragged Stacey Dash over her comments about wanting to get rid of the network, the FOX news contributor is clapping back. You’ll recall, the network quickly reminded her that she once starred on “The Game,” a show that aired on the network, with a picture (from the show) posted to their IG account with the caption, “Soooooo @realstaceyldash, can we get our check back… or nah? #Remember #YouWereOnTheGame #AndWeDontMeanTheRapper.”
Now, Stacey is responding to their shade. In a blog post, she claims BET LIES to its audience “by telling them that the rest of America is racist, so stick close to your own kind.” Interestingly enough, she also acknowledges that she’s “an independent-thinking black woman.” And Fox News tells the truth to the masses? Oh.
Read her full response below:
Ever since I said THIS on Fox yesterday, Black Entertainment Television has been throwing shade.
They reminded me — and the rest of America — that I appeared on a show called The Game, which appeared on BET.
Well, here’s the thing. Thank you for reminding me, since most people have never heard of that show.
Why? It’s on BET.
Quick. Name the top shows on BET.
Drawing a blank?
I think I’ve made my point.
I’m thankful for all of the acting jobs I’ve had. But I look forward to the day when people don’t self-segregate based on skin color, while loudly complaining about a segregated society.
That might be hard for the people at BET to understand, especially after I read this quote from a BET exec about the Oscars:
“It would be great if the Oscar nominees represented even closely the percentage of moviegoers who are of different ethnicities, but they don’t,” said Stephen Hill.
Wow. Apparently, Mr. Hill doesn’t understand what an Oscar is.
Oscars are awarded to the actors and actresses who excel… not the audience.
What’s next? Awarding $1 million to the guy sitting in his pajamas on the couch watching Survivor? Giving a blue ribbon to the kid who stayed home from field day? Giving a Nobel Peace Prize to a President who escalated wars in Iraq and Afghanistan?
No, that would be unreasonable.
My problem goes back to the notion that every area of life needs to break down exactly according to demographic ratios except in those areas in which black people have decided they want to have their own space. I don’t have a problem with black people having their own space. I have a problem with the folks at BET absolutely freaking out when other institutions don’t match up to what they think is best. At National Review, they put it this way:
From their undisputed cultural heights, progressives have sold the American people on a fantasy that says America is racist unless every demographic group enjoys the benefits of its life and shares its burdens in exact proportion to their numbers — except, of course, when it comes to areas of the culture dominated by African-Americans.
The article goes on to say that “It’s perfectly fine for hip-hop or jazz to be overwhelmingly black, but…” Lord help the institution that doesn’t measure up to the standards of “diversity” they deem is acceptable.
BET lies to American black people by telling them that the rest of America is racist, so stick close to your own kind. Anything that promotes segregation is bad!
And they’re absolutely mortified that someone like me — an independent-thinking black woman — dares call their bluff.
Just stop it already! Meanwhile, we'll await the same faux outrage from her for Telemundo and the like...