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Arsenio Hall Joins Donald Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice” Cast

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Black Like Moi reports:

Let me hear the dog pound; because “Arsenioooooooooooooooooooo Hall!” is returning to television.

Our favorite 90s late-night talk show host will be joining the cast of Donald Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice” on NBC.

He will be joined by a variety of personalities, including: Victoria Gotti, widow of notorious mob boss, John “The Teflon Don” Gotti, American Idol alum, Clay Aiken and IndyCar champ, Michael Andretti, as they fiercely battle to be the next celebrity apprentice — an honor last bestowed on Real Housewife of Atlanta, Nene Leakes, and according to her, it made her “extremely rich.”

“Celebrity Apprentice” returns for its new season Feb. 12.

 

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  1. Wow Arsenio must be very desperate these days.

  2. Bloody hell if it is,nt these dumbass rappers regressing black culture its other black celebs.Why is it that black celebs are all too willing to appear on these mindless reality shows to make asses of themselves ? Donald Trump is a first rate jackass and still black folks will flock to appear on this piece of shit garbage show.No sense of pride or ethics whatsoever.

  3. I notice he has other celebs who talked bad about ourPresidenf Obama
    then I notice he has Latin celebs and Italian celebs also..
    I know Penn Jillete was a hater…I cant stan him..

    But then he has Tia Carrere who is from Hawaii
    George Takei is openly gay…….who is a great spokesman
    in the Gay Community..
    But A Hall must be desperate..dam Arsenio!

  4. Shame on Arsenio! I made a decision never to watch the Apprentice again after Trump revealed his bigotry, and for Arsenio to join this bigot’s show’s cast reveals that he is nothing more than another Uncle Tom.

    Shame shame shame on him.

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