Stacey Dash Slams Maxine Waters, Calls Congresswoman a ‘Corrupt Media Buffoon’

The actress’ criticism comes shortly after Waters was honored at “Black Girls Rock”

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Congresswoman Maxine Waters’ “Black Girls Rock” speech was hailed as powerful by multiple people, but there’s one person who doesn’t seem to be a fan — Stacey Dash.

The 50-year-old actress retweeted a BET article on Waters’ speech to her Twitter account Thursday night and said that the politician was a “corrupt media buffoon sucking up her late in life 15 minutes.”

The former “Clueless” star also said that she shouldn’t “name call,” but went on to add that Waters was not a “warrior of truth.”

Dash’s criticism comes shortly after Waters was being honored at the annual Black Girls Rock award ceremony, an event that recognizes black women for their excellence in fields that range from entertainment to entrepreneurship.

Waters, known as Auntie Maxine to her fans, told critics during her acceptance speech: “If you come for me, I’m coming for you.” She called out “right-wing, ultra-conservative, alt-right haters.”

“I don’t care how big you are, I don’t care how high you think you are,” Waters added. “If you come for me, I’m coming for you.”

The 78-year-old congresswoman went on to threaten Donald Trump with impeachment.

“Whether it’s the president of the United States of America or any of his cabinet, we will say to them, ‘We will resist you, we will not allow you to damage this country in the way that you’re doing, we will not allow you to take us backwards. Not only will we resist you, we will impeach you, Mr. President.’”