Former White House Aide Omarosa Found in a Psychedelic Seapunk-Styled Space Mission to Get Donald Trump's Hair

Just days ago, it was reported that Apprentice star Omarosa (alias “Lady O,” née Omarosa Manigault Newman) was fired from whatever White House position was made for her (unclear; technically director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison), but it’s okay. Omarosa will take any gig.

This 2006 video, submitted to Page Six, emerged from the crazed/artistic/you decide brains of tabloid editors Michael Todd, former In Touch Weekly photo director, Matt Coppa, deputy editor at Star, and his brother Andrew Coppa. Stripped of intentionally low-fi graphics, it’s a tale about an elderly space woman who brainwashes Omarosa in her plot to steal a lock of Donald Trump’s hair in order to conquer the universe. Omarosa does, and that’s it. It’s a Trump-era Der Ring des Nibelungen except with way less story and way more Omarosa.

It is titled: “Soul Sistahs.”

She’ll be back.

Update 8:26 PM: Aaand the video is down. For clarity, it was a combination of psychedelic green screen effects and this sequence of events: 1) a grandmotherly stereotype in a nightgown cackles that she must get the hair of the most powerful man in the universe (Trump); 2) this woman beams Omarosa, in vinyl space suits à la Barbarella, up into a vaginal Enterprise-inspired spaceship and feeds her a piece of poisoned cake which brainwashes her to clip a piece of Donald Trump’s hair; 3) Omarosa clips a piece of his hair and delivers it back to the ship; 4) Omarosa turns on the elderly woman and kicks her off onto a small moon where the woman grabs onto a dead tree and says something like “I’m not finished with you yet!” It could have been pitched to Omarosa as: “hey, we’re doing a thing in the garage, have a sec?”


Here is a screengrab for posterity:

Illustration for article titled Former White House Aide Omarosa Found in a Psychedelic Seapunk-Styled Space Mission to Get Donald Trumps Hair

Staff reporter, Gizmodo. wkimball @ gizmodo

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