Found November 07, 2012 on
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Philadelphia 76ers forward Lavoy Allen and actress Stacey Dash have one thing in common: They both support Mitt Romney. After Romney lost the presidential election to President Barack Obama on Tuesday, Allen offered to comfort the dashing Dash:
@realstaceydash don’t worry we will get through this together, if you need a shoulder to cry on I’m only a phone call away
— Lavoy Allen (@Mr_5Hundred) November 7, 2012
We can say one thing for Allen — he is quite the opportunist.
Dash is an actress best known for her role as Dionne in “Clueless.” She is of African American and Mexican descent, and drew criticism when she publicly announced her support of Romney last month. Luckily she has Allen offering to be by her side during this difficult time.
It’s OK, Allen, we completely understand what you were doing:
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