‘She’s Too Toxic,’ Riley Gaines and Candace Owens Say About Whoopi Goldberg’s Attack

‘She’s Too Toxic,’ Riley Gaines and Candace Owens Say About Whoopi Goldberg’s Attack

Riley Gaines was a guest on an interesting episode of Candace Owens’ show, which made for an interesting and memorable meeting.

Because it was a one-of-a-kind chance, Candace and Riley chose to contact Whoopi Goldberg while she was on “The View.”
“She hates everything,” Candace said with a hint of doubt. I don’t think she’ll even answer the phone when we call. As expected, Whoopi didn’t want to talk to the two up-and-coming stars personally. Instead, she chose to send her message through her producers. “There’s no room for extremists on ‘The View,’ and that stance will never change,” she said.
In a strange way, the situation was filled with irony, since Whoopi herself leans toward extreme. In reaction, Candace proudly held up a huge sign with the words “laugh-react” on it, and she and Riley made fun of Whoopi’s hair for three minutes. The episode will air when the show comes back in the fall.

When asked for a statement, Whoopi Goldberg turned down a public interview. Instead, she sent us yet another “cease and desist” letter, pleading with us not to include her in any more stories like this.

In her message, she begged, “Please, I beg you, find someone else.” Everyone else. I’m sick of being fired or having my plans canceled every other day. Now move on to someone else. To the point. For the sake of Christ, be happy. “No one will miss her.”
Joy, on the other hand, doesn’t get nearly as much attention as Whoopi does. One shocking 14 percent of the internet’s memory is used up by conversations about her dreadlocks alone.


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