On one visit, Barbara Winfrey claims, Oprah announced on the intercom “Negroes in the house. Negroes in the house.” “She thought it was funny,” recalls Barbara. “I thought it was insulting. I’m older than her. I know what it means. She was reminding us of our low class.”
Barbara Winfrey, 66, spoke out in an interview with the Daily Mail about how her famous stepdaughter is kicking her out of the marital home she’s shared for 14 years with Oprah’s dad, Vernon Winfrey, in the wake of their divorce.
Barbara Winfrey described how she took a call from the mogul threatening her with eviction from the home she’d lived in for 14 years (she has until May 29 to leave the home).
“You say I never talk to you?” Winfrey supposedly said.
“I want to talk to you now. You have until Monday to get out of MY house.”
Oprah Winfrey had bought the Tennessee home for her father and step-mother to live in.
“I have lost everything. It’s not just a house, this is my home,” said Barbara Winfrey, of the house that Oprah bought. “All my memories are here.
Her stepmom even commented on the media mogul’s relationship with partner Stedman Graham — which she said is more about “shared secrets” than love — and Oprah’s much talked-about friendship with Gayle King, which she labels “bizarre” and “unhealthy.”
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