And personally warned actress Stacey Dash to 'keep my name out of your mouth. "Do not re-tweet, re-quote anything I have said in order to reinforce your self-hating agenda..." You live in the sunken place.
Yahoo News' headline was "Seal Takes Shot at Oprah Over Harvey Weinstein Connection" while Variety went with "Seal Accuses Oprah of Knowing About Harvey Weinstein's Sexual Misconduct".
Oprah Winfrey (L) and director Steven Spielberg attend the "The Hundred-Foot Journey" New York premiere at Ziegfeld Theater on August 4, 2014 in New York City. A cursory google image will produce party shots of Weinstein palling around with sexual harassment or assault accusers like Ashley Judd, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Paz de la Huerta, not to mention shots of Seal's ex-wife Heidi Klum getting cozy with the disgraced studio head who produced her show Project Runway. According to the Washington Post, "Winfrey is overwhelmed by the groundswell of support, the absolute avalanche of hashtags and phone calls about running for president", a friend of Winfrey's said.
Pressed on whether Democrats should look to replace Donald Trump with a candidate with governing experience rather than another TV celebrity, Spielberg said, "I think we need a mindful, empathetic human being in the White House who understands people and puts people ahead of their own ideas of power and self-aggrandisement - and I think Oprah has already proved her capacity for selflessness".
He adds, "What I reposted was commentary on the hypocritical and double-standard nature and behavior of Hollywood". Spielberg, in London to promote his new movie The Post, said: "If she declares, I will back her".
The Post tells the story of the 1971 battle by the Washington Post to publish the Pentagon Papers - secret documents obtained by U.S. military analyst Daniel Ellsberg.
British singer Seal poses as he arrives to attend the annual NRJ Music Awards ceremony in Cannes, French Riviera on January 28, 2012.
Viacom-CBS Merger Reports Impact Companies' Stock
Also persuading Shari to maintain the division was Bob Bakish, the worldwide TV veteran who succeeded Dauman as Viacom's CEO. But soon after, CNBC that said the two media companies are not in active merger talks, citing multiple reports.