Seal slams Oprah Winfrey over Harvey Weinstein misconduct


The "Kiss From a Rose" singer posted a meme of O that has been circulating around the internet showing two photos of her with Harvey Weinstein and stating, "WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN PART OF THE PROBLEM FOR DECADES", and "BUT SUDDENLY THEY ALL THINK YOU ARE THE SOLUTION".

The 54-year-old singer added a sarcastic comment to his caption, suggesting that Winfrey knew about Weinstein's alleged behaviour.

Branding Oprah "sanctimonious", Seal was scathing in his attack, implying she stood by and said and did nothing during Weinstein's reign of terror and intimidation over the past several decades.

The Sports Illustrated star's Grammy-winning husband, John Legend, has previously collaborated with Seal on the 2013 song, 'We Loved It.' Meanwhile, Teigen has attended events with both Seal and his ex-wife, Heidi Klum.

If Seal has anything to say about, it she won't.

Allegations against the disgraced Hollywood giant obviously sparked the #MeToo movement when more than 30 women came forward to accuse Weinstein of sexual misconduct.

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When Oprah Winfrey took the stage at the Golden Globes, her speech created enough excitement for people to call for her to run for office.

Wnfrey has yet to respond to Seal.

About Weinstien, Oprah had previously written, "I've been processing the accounts of Harvey Weinstein's ugly behavior and haven't been able to find the words to articulate the magnitude of the situation (sic)".

The Instagram post comes on the heels of Winfrey's speech on Sunday at the Golden Globe Awards where she became the first black woman to receive the Cecil Mille Award, an honorary award presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment. Love you even more now!

While many appeared to support the possibility of Oprah running for president, "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane shared his thoughts on Twitter, according to Fox News.

"Oprah is beyond doubt a magnificent orator", MacFarlane wrote. "I think he'll be going on the floor".