Remember about a year ago when Paula Deen's world came crashing down around her?
After a court deposition from a lawsuit was made public, everyone found out that Paula had made racist remarks and used hateful slurs before, even though the instances were years in the past.
After all that went down, Paula was dropped by her major business partners, like Food Network, QVC, Target, and Walmart.
After a really bad year and a lot of soul searching, Paula Deen is back and on the air!
Paula Deen is no stranger to controversy, but that hasn't stopped her from expanding her empire!
This is a bit bigger than her going on tour though, like we previously mentioned.
She's getting her own digital network!! Holy
guacamole butter sticks!
Paula released a statement that read:
Paula Deen has been cooking up a treat… and it's not in the kitchen!
Paula Deen Ventures just made the big announcement:
Paula is going on tour!!
Yuppers, Paula Deen, queen of Southern cuisine, will be heading out on a 20-show nationwide tour.
The tour is called Paula Deen Live! and it's going to be a 90-minute, interactive show with all sorts of
Oh, Paula Deen. Trouble just always seems to have a way of finding you!
The celebrity chef's Savannah, Georgia restaurant Uncle Bubba's Seafood & Oyster House (AKA the place where this whole racism fiasco began) is closed down for good!
Now this might not seem too surprising considering all of the controversy surrounding Paula, but some people who were shocked happened to be the employees who had NO idea the restaurant
This doesn't sound very appetizing!
Both Paula Deen’s Savannah restaurants, Lady & Sons, and her brother Bubba’s place, Uncle Bubba’s Oyster House, have a history of icky violations including Bubba's joint getting hit with a
The struggle is REAL, y'all!!
And of course when we say, "the struggle," we're talking about Paula Deen's issues! You know, the ones she recently compared to "that black football player" Michael Sam's!
Well the embattled chef is beginning her "comeback," but that hasn't stopped her from looking back on some of the tougher times, which she says has led to
Oh, poor Dolly!
Paula Deen is charging ahead with her "comeback," regardless of whether or not she's been putting her buttery foot in her mouth — like when she recently compared her "struggles" with "that black" gay NFL play, Michael Sam.
Are we surprised? No, that's exactly how we'd figure someone like that would operate!
We DO think she should slow it down a bit… maybe think before she speaks, holds off on going blitzkrieg trying to rebuild her empire.
Instead, she's going to burn through