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You could call Omarosa’s ‘Barbarella’-inspired sci-fi short film a train wreck; we call it a miracle

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Considering the relentless hatred for anything or anyone who touches Donald Trump, it’s hard to believe something like this remained out of the public eye for so long.

A miracle, really.

A harmless, yet “bizarre” low-budget 10-minute sci-fi short film starring now-former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman is making the rounds online, thanks to Page Six.

If you happen to be a fan and you like that Omarosa has always been a little on the wild side, you may actually enjoy it, by the way.

Page Six obtained the video from a “pop-culture polymath,” sharing it after Omarosa was reported fired last week from the White House.

While the Secret Service debunked a report from CNN’s April Ryan that they had to physically remove her from the White House complex as “incorrect,” the agency did say Omarosa’s key pass was deactivated.

The longtime Trump ally appeared on “Good Morning America” to deny the dramatic tales of her exit.

The sci-fi video was made in 2006, two years before Omarosa found success on “The Apprentice,” and is effectively a trainwreck, but captures the efforts up and coming actors and actresses must go through in the furtherance of their careers.

Page Six noted that the video, titled “Soul Sistahs,” shows her “less, er, stateswomanly side.”

Here’s a description of the video from the celebrity news and gossip site:

While the plot is virtually incomprehensible, as far as we can tell it focuses on an intergalactic yenta in a housecoat who kidnaps Omarosa in an attempt to steal Donald Trump’s hair as part of a difficult-to-understand get-rich-quick scheme. […]

In this vaguely “Barbarella”-inspired work, the aging villain drugs Omarosa by feeding her spiked cake, whereupon the red PVC-clad former director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison goes off on a motorcycle to steal the future president’s hair in a showdown on top of a CGI-created Trump Tower.


The “cult classic” had been seen 6,000 times prior to Page Six drawing attention to it — as of this writing, it is now above 52,000 views.

For gluttons of punishment, the full 10 1/2 minute video can be seen below

Tom Tillison


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