The gloves came off in the latest episode of “Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars,” which aired March 17. Not only was Gary Busey reduced to tears by being called “the weakest link,” but LaToya Jackson accused Omarosa of “pulling Michael Clarke Duncan's plug.”
The tension between LaToya Jackson and Omarosa started during last week's episode when LaToya didn't fall for Omarosa's tearless crying fit. No one on her team fell for it, but LaToya Jackson was quite vocal about “Omarosa's act.”
That tension spilled over to the latest episode. Adding to that was the fact the LaToya Jackson was the project manager. Omarosa doesn't take direction well and does not like to follow directions unless she is the one giving them.
LaToya Jackson stood up to Omarosa, telling her to be quiet. That didn't set well with Omarosa and it got ugly. So ugly that Omarosa had an “emergency call” and had to leave the task. She didn't return until the task was almost completely.
LaToya Jackson's team lost. Believing that Donald Trump had fallen for Omarosa's tearless crying fits, LaToya Jackson took back two other players. Donald Trump was shocked Omarosa had avoided the boardroom again and, with little choice, fired LaToya Jackson. Once again, Donald Trump said he would have fired Omarosa, but that seems unlikely. Omarosa brings drama and drama brings in the high ratings. Donald Trump loves high ratings.
It didn't end there. LaToya Jackson spoke her mind in the cab. She stated that she thought Omarosa “pulled Michael Clarke Duncan's plug.”
LaToya Jackson is gone and Omarosa remains. So does all of the drama that Omarosa brings to the “Celebrity Apprentice All Stars.” Fans will have to wait until next week to see just how much drama will revolve around Omarosa.