It hasn’t even been a week since Omarosa was fired from the White House and someone is digging up whatever dirt they can find.
Page Six received a link to “an ultra-camp, hyper-kitsch, uber-low-budget 10-minute sci-fi short film” called ‘Soul Sistahs’ — starring Omarosa.
The movie was made in 2006, two years after Omarosa made her ‘The Apprentice’ debut.
While the plot is virtually incomprehensible, as far as we can tell it focuses on an intergalactic yenta in a housecoat who kidnaps Omarosa in an attempt to steal Donald Trump’s hair as part of a difficult-to-understand get-rich-quick scheme. In this vaguely “Barbarella”-inspired work, the aging villain drugs Omarosa by feeding her spiked cake, whereupon the red PVC-clad former director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison goes off on a motorcycle to steal the future president’s hair in a showdown on top of a CGI-created Trump Tower.
The film, which only had about 6,000 views at the time it was ‘uncovered’ was made by former In Touch Weekly photo director Michael Todd, tabloid veteran Matt Coppa and his brother Andrew Coppa.
Why, Omarosa? What in the world made her think this was even remotely a good idea?