Stacey Dash as of late has become a sad reminder of what happens when fame is fleeting and you're forced to do and say whatever it takes to make yourself relevant again.

Dash on her blog called Jesse Williams' "a Hollywood plantation slave" after his amazing and emotional BET Awards speech. To quote her:

“Sorry, Mr. Williams. But the fact that you were standing onstage at THOSE awards tells people you really don’t know what you’re talking about. Just spewing hate and anger.”

"THOSE awards"...This woman is lost in the sauce. But I'm not going to bother with addressing her most recent outrageous hot take, let's talk about the fact Dash who once said in a recent interview with Meredith Viera that "women should work harder and stop complaining", its been revealed in her bankruptcy documents filed in 2004 released from The Daily Mail that she asked the court to force her EX-FIANCEE to give her $6,000 a month because she couldn't find work.

Sounds like you need to "work harder" Stacey. But once again, Dash finds herself in the position (AGAIN) of being a hypocrite. But I get it though, when those looks start to fade, and your talent does as well, this is usually the go-to move: Say something crazy and outrageous even if YOU don't believe it yourself.

I'm going to let the Bishop pray for her: