The Weird Video Of Omarosa Plotting To Steal Donald Trump's Hair Resurfaced After She Was Fired From The White House

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She had to steal Trump's hair for money in the video.

Omarosa Manigault Newman, who was once a star on The Apprentice and President Donald Trump’s aide, was a bit wild before she dove into politics.

An old video has surfaced of Omarosa that is very different from White House Omarosa the public has come to know. It has since been taken down, but clips from the video are still available. 

The 10-minute video was created in 2006 and has recently resurfaced with over 6,000 views as a result of the stateswoman’s firing.

The weird short film, called Soul Sistahs depicts an intergalactic woman who elects Omarosa to go on a mission to steal Trump’s hair in a get-rich-quick strategy. She then rides off on a motorcycle in a red leather bra and pants outfit — not something you'd usually see the polished politician wearing. 

Once Omarosa completes her bizarre task, the two women fight over the lock of Trump’s hair.

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The video was made by former In Touch Weekly photo director Michael Todd, along with Matt Coppa and his brother Andrew Coppa and made a comeback on Saturday.

In the comments for the video, which was removed from YouTube, Matt expressed his satisfaction in getting Omarosa to act in the short flick.

I can’t believe she agreed to do it but glad she did!” Matt commented. Other viewers weren't as happy with the film as Matt was, commenting things like, “Porn has better lines,” and “This woman is nuts!”

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Omarosa, who was formerly the White House’s communications director for the Office of Public Liaison, was fired from her job by Donald Trump December 12. According to the New York Post, she did not take it well and made it very difficult and had to be physically evicted from the White House premises.

“Gen Kelly Kicked her out [with] high drama with [Omarosa] offering vulgarities and curse words as she was escorted out of the building and off campus,” April Ryan, White House bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, said in a tweet.

In her exit, Omarosa teased the possibility of writing a tell-all book about her time in the White House while arguing on national TV that she wasn't fired, but resigned. 

According to her, she decided to leave the White House after discussing some of her concerns this week with Chief of Staff John Kelly. She said she's eager to "get back to her life," and that when she's ready to tell her story, it's "quite a story" to tell. 

"As the only African-American woman in this White House, as a senior staff and assistant to the president, I have seen things that have made me uncomfortable, that have upset me, that have affected me deeply and emotionally, that has affected my community and my people," she said. "And when I can tell my story, it is a profound story that I know the world will want to hear."

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