Oprah Winfrey is loved by millions, but Rose McGowan is not one of them. The actress recently expressed her displeasure with the host of the talk show, claiming that she is as fake as she came.
McGowan, one of the first women to appear on charges of rape and sexual assault against notorious film producer Harvey Weinstein, criticized Winfrey for befriending a convicted sex offender. ۔ Sharing a photo from the 2014 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards where Winfrey Weinstein was seen kissing on the cheek, McGowan Tweeted“I’m glad to see the ugly reality of the opera. I wish it were real, but it’s not.”
The 47-year-old further criticized Winfrey for supporting record executive and film producer Russell Siemens, who has been accused by several women of rape and sexual assault. According to McGowan, the television personality is promoting “sick power structures” for his personal gain.
“From being friends with Weinstein to abandoning and destroying Russell Seaman. [sic] Victims, they are supporting the sick power structure for personal gain.
“She’s as fake as she comes. # Lizard,” concluded the #MeToo worker.
Her remarks came shortly after Winfrey’s old interview with Dolly Parton went viral. Social media users discussed the motives behind some of the questions in which the famous interviewer asked the famous country artist, including one who said, “You are open that you have done some work, some tick and pull. And they are useless. “
“Yes, I have and I will get more when I need them,” Parton replied cheerfully.
Winfrey asked Parton to talk about the “major depression” when she was 40. The musician jokingly replied, “It wasn’t because I was 40, it was because I was fat and 40. I really had a lot of trouble. At that time, a lot of women. Problems. Only hormones … But I’m fine now, it was one of the best things that ever happened to me because it forced me to take inventory. “
Some Twitter users thought Winfrey was trying to embarrass Parton with her questions, but the “Julian” hitmaker dealt with a smile and a very catchy punch. One user wrote, “Opera looked so salty when she couldn’t answer it the way she wanted to,” another commented, “You can’t embarrass someone who isn’t embarrassed.”
However, others have argued that Winfrey has always used the headline method in his interviews, noting that he is a champion and activist for a number of important reasons.