Ever since she settled in at her post at The View, Rayven-Symone has been spewing some less than favorable opinions. When she commented about the assault of the 16-year-old student by a now fired school resource officer, she ruffled some feathers once more.
“The girl was told multiple times to get off the phone,” she said. “There’s not right or reason for him to be doing this type of harm, that’s ridiculous,” she said. “But at the same time, you gotta follow the rules in school… There’s two wrongs.”
One person who was upset over her comments is Angel Haze. She even took to Twitter to challenge her to a catfight.
— BÂBE RUTHLĘSS☄ (@AngelHaze) October 28, 2015
During a sit down on HuffPost Live, Haze stood by what she tweeted, saying she “totally means it.”
“Someone needs to smack her because the things she says are ridiculous,”she said. “It drives me crazy.”
The Detroit femcee went on to criticize Raven-Symone for saying that the victim played a role by refusing to follow school rules and not have her phone out, seemingly justifying the assault.
“How can you even dare side with something like that. It just drives me crazy because these are kids. They have lives. They have souls. They have feelings. They have futures and they are being stripped away from them left and right and it’s not fair.”
Watch the interview below.