Stacey Dash has only been on her FoxNews job for two days and she's already making headlines. But unlike that last couple of times, it wasn't President Obama who was on the receiving end of her commentary -- It was Kanye West.
On Tuesday, Stacey appeared on Fox News' Outnumbered, where she and her co-hosts discussed celebrities who've compared their issues with the paparazzi to everything from being in a war zone (Lupita Nyong'o) to being assaulted and raped.
They also focused on Kanye West, who made these comments while discussing his dislike for the paparazzi at London's Wireless Festival this weekend:
Everybody out here likes sex, right? Sex is great with you and your partner. But if one of the people don’t want to do that, what is that called? That’s called rape. That’s called violation.
Stacey wasn't here for the outlandish comparison! During her appearance, she advised Ye to spend some time in prison to get a sense of what rape really is.
For Kanye to say rape, maybe he needs to spend some time on Rikers Island, you know, go to Rikers for a little while and then he’ll know what rape is. I don’t get celebrities not understanding that the paparazzi are doing their job.
But is anyone taking Ye's beef with paparazzi seriously? It's kind of hard to since he married a Kardashian, and it's no secret that they are pap callers. It's all a part of how they make their money.
Kris revealed as much in a cover story about how the family a few years ago.
Certain paparazzi agencies have agreements with the family to stage photos, sell them and split the profits. Kourtney and boyfriend Disick can — and recently did — turn an afternoon laying poolside in Cancun into a $7,500 payday.
Nick Lachey (who dated Kim Kardashian briefly) also spilled the tea on the Kardashian's money-grabbing scheme once upon a time.
Let's just say this: We went to a movie. No one followed us there. Somehow, mysteriously, when we left, there were 30 photographers waiting outside. There are certain ways to play this game, and some people play it well.
And Kanye himself acknowledged that the paparazzi helps Kim's influence during a brief chat with a few cameramen at a gas station. He told the guys:
We’re in this together. You guys help me influence, you help with the family, you help Kim’s power. So, I’m not trying to be at you guys any type of negative way. I don’t want you guys to be negative [with] me. I would prefer that we would have a decent relationship.
Yeezy also revealed in an interview with BBC Radio, that he would explain this to his daughter in the future:
You see all these checks that you getting at age 6 because people are taking your picture? … I made that happen, Nori. That's what I'm going to tell her
Welp, at least we know some of those paparazzi checks from staged photo ops are going to Nori's college fund.
Watch Stacey's commentary on Kanye below: