LOS ANGELES (LALATE EXCLUSIVE) – Did Vivica Fox tweet the Apprentice, what was Vivica A Fox’s Twitter message about menopause state during The Apprentice, and did Kenya Moore steal Vivica Fox’s cellphone? Generally when you think about Best Super Bowl Ads 2015 you think about talking cars, Budweiser Clydesdale horses, and a bag of Doritos chips. Ironically this week, Vivica Fox tells news that Kenya Moore allegedly thinks of herself as “all that and a bag of chips”. But LALATE can exclusively report that NBC is going to do everything in their best powers to make #PhoneGate, the Vivica Fox tweet “scandal”, the big commercial plug for the network on Superbowl Sunday.
The Best Super Ads 2015 this year won’t be feuding women in the boardroom. But expect Phonegate to be the biggest viral stick of dynamite to hit Celebrity Apprentice in recent memory. LALATE can report exclusively that Monday numbers for The Apprentice (NBC) vs The Bachelor (ABC) showed Apprentice gaining social media reaction against the ABC reality show. And that hit a new high when the episode ended with the #Phonegate tease. LALATE can further report that Team Twirl and Team Fox should expect these longtime foes to get at least one Super Bowl plug this Sunday by NBC. As fans are aware, NBC has the Super Bowl this year. And their major Network push will include Apprentice the next night. And while everyone is tired of DeflateGate, all indicators suggest that everyone can’t get enough about PhoneGate.
The Vivica Fox tweet on the Apprentice reads “this menopause is killing me. I can’t think straight. I’m acting a d- fool half the time. [My age] 50 is just isn’t s-y.” The tweet was sent from Vivica Fox’s Twitter account while filming The Celebrity Apprentice on April 10, 2014 at 1:53 pm local time. The next Vivica tweet read “[I] was trying to hold my tongue yall but I can’t stand a lying trick. Game on trick!” That tweet was followed up with “FYI, my last tweet was in response to making it clear that I do believe 100 percent that Kenya [Moore] stole my phone! Trick Chick.”
LALATE has exclusively reported before that fans should expect to learn that no one stole Vivica’s phone, that the phone is purportedly so old that no purpose would ever want it. But fans should also expect to learn that possibly Kenya Moore did use Vivica’s phone, and did send the tweet out during Apprentice taping. By the end of taping, Kenya never stole anyone’s phone. The question is whether Phonegate will steal the big plug for NBC this SuperBowl Sunday.