Former white house aide Omarosa Manigault Newman wants to set the record straight.
She's denying she was dragged out of the White House after being fired by Chief of Staff John Kelly, and maintains she left on her own terms.
The 43-year-old was one of the highest profile African American advisers in the Trump Administration. She and Trump have a history after appearing on his show “The Apprentice”.
This morning on Good Morning America, Omarosa would not go into detail, but claims she has quite the story to tell when she leaves next month.
But it was Good Morning America host Robin Roberts who won the day by showing her blatant disdain for the ousted aide.
“She said she has a story to tell and I’m sure she’ll be selling that story… Bye Felicia,” Robin quoting Ice Cube from the 1995 movie “Friday”. Social media went crazy praising her for keeping it real.
Omarosa reportedly responded back in a text to Inside Edition saying quote “that's petty. It's a black woman civil war.”
On the Factor to weigh in on Omarosa’s being booted from the White House and social media’s reaction is comedian and former Comedy Central Comedian of the Year Ali Siddiq and radio talk show host Mich Guillory.