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Aunt Viv Ain't Done Yet! Janet Hubert Calls Stacey Dash a 'Media Ho' For Her Anti-BET Remarks!

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Former Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star Janet Hubert has a lot on her mind these days!

Earlier this month, the actress put Jada Pinkett Smith on blast for boycotting the Oscars — claiming that she only caused a scene because Will Smith wasn't nominated!

But now, the 60-year-old has Stacey Dash in her crosshairs — and she has some more harsh feedback to give!

ICYMI: The Clueless alum said some controversial remarks about the #OscarsSoWhite discussion — claiming that we needed to get rid of things like the BET Awards and Black History Month!

Related: Aunt Viv Blasts Jada AGAIN For Her 'Self-Contrived' Boycott!

And you best believe Aunt Viv had a LOT to say about Dash on Friday during her interview with The Huffington Post, quipping:

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“To me, then, the images of Snow White as a leader of immense strength, charging on horseback across the beach at the head of an army, has less to do with her character and more to do with the actress who plays her. Stewart has braved more scrutiny of her private life than most presidents. She has taken big career risks by doing films like Welcome to the Rileys, The Runaways and On the Road (nudity, I hear). She has worked her ass off. Whatever Snow White may be, Kristen is a warrior queen. Give her the crown.”

- James Franco, on Kristen Stewart, in his Huffington Post review of Snow White and the Huntsman

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At The End Of The Day, The Kardashians Love Fashion

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Kim Kardashian was one of the many celebs and media fixtures honored at Huffington Post's 2011 Game Changers Awards on Tuesday.

When she picked up her award, Kim had an acceptance speech prepared and it was all about fashion.

Here's what she had to

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Arianna Huffington Gets Sued…Again

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She is NOT making many friends lately.

Last month, we learned that bloggers were filing a class action lawsuit against AOL & Huffington Post, because the HuffPost contributing writers feel that they should receive fair compensation for their content.

Now, Arianna Huffington is being sued by political consultants Peter Daou and James Boyce "for failing to acknowledge what they claim was their critical role in the creation of the Huffington Post."

They first filed their lawsuit back in November, but it looks like they've still got a ways to go with this fight.

There's a long history between these three, but if you watch the film The Social Network, you'll get the basic idea of what happened. LOLz.

After all these recent claims against Arianna Huffington, what do U think of the woman? Is she truly mistreating everybody? Or are these people just looking for payouts?

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Internet Dramz! Bloggers Sue AOL And Huffington Post

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Bloggers are NOT happy with Arianna Huffington!

Today, Freelance journalist Jonathan Tasini filed a class action lawsuit against AOL & Huffington Post, on behalf of a group of bloggers who claim that HuffPost "mistreats those who enrich it with content."

After AOL acquired Huffington Post for $315 million last month, contributing writers feel that they should receive fair compensation for their content, and they're claiming "mistreatment" by Arianna Huffington.

Here's what the complaint against Huffington says:

"If it were not for the labor of Plaintiff and the thousands of unpaid Class members on and for TheHuffingtonPost.com…[the site] would not have been an attractive merger target and would have sold for at least $105 million less than the merger price of $315 million."

HuffPost is referring to the class action lawsuit as "completely baseless."

Who do U side with? Team Bloggers or Team HuffPost?

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