On Sunday, Jesse Williams received a standing ovation for his empowering speech about the Black Lives Matter movement and racial equality while accepting the Humanitarian Award at this year's BET Awards.
On Wednesday, the actress took to her blog to senselessly slam the Grey's Anatomy star over his moving moment onstage.
The 49-year-old argued that the BET Awards are "keeping racism and segregation alive" — which is why she wants to get rid of the network altogether — and that the hunky actor's powerful words were "nothing short of an attack on white people," saying:
Despite the sadness of not having Ang here to celebrate, many stars of the show and her family encouraged fans to live life to the fullest in honor of her colorful life. The grandmother's posthumous Twitter account went as far to suggest people should take a shot or have a piece of cake in her memory!
Yup, that definitely sounds like something B.A. would have wanted!
Check out some of the most heartwarming and emotional tributes in honor of Ang's birthday (below):
In one shot (above), a bobbin' Kylizzle even modeled the label's cleavage-enhancing sports bra and striped sweatpants, both of which showed off her enviable figure. Puma even captioned the new ad, writing:
"The PUMA Suede started its story in 1968. Worn by athletes, b-boys, and hip hop stars of the day. Today, the story continues on the feet of another icon: PUMA Suede, meet @KylieJenner."
And in another peek from the campaign which Kylie shared on her own Instagram (below), she's rocking clear Coke-bottle glasses:
While performing their song Do For Love off their debut EP Meet Los Five that dropped last month, the guys proved why they're in the running to open the the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas as finalists in Macy's iHeartRadio Rising Star competition.
Although the 36-year-old celebrated her birthday privately over the weekend, she did make several public appearances this week: once getting froyo with Jonathan Cheban on Monday, followed by two trips to Kanye West's performances at The Forum both Tuesday and Wednesday nights.