"It seems Jada Smith started it because her husband wasn't getting nominated," Palin wrote.
Bristol Palin is known for being controversial with her opinions.
The abstinence advocate sounded off on Tina Fey‘s Saturday Night Live parody of her mother Sarah Palin, and also had some words to share about the #OscarsSoWhite controversy. (She completely agrees with Stacey Dash)
It’s safe to say Palin, 25, is not a fan of Fey, 45, in fact she called the Sisters star’s “fake accent like nails on a chalkboard.”
In a blog post titled “Who Wore It Better – Sarah Palin or Tina Fey?” the mother of two said Fey’s long-running impersonation is “desperate” and “pathetic.”
And the accent wasn’t the only thing Palin went after. “I think my mom trumps her in the looks department,” she wrote adding, “Especially for having three more kids and seven more years on Tina!”
For those curious, 81% of followers named Fey as the victor of who wore the sold-out embellished Milly topper the best.
“[As] far as what I have seen about the #OscarSoWhiteControversy, it seems Jada Pinkett Smith started it because her husband wasn’t getting nominated,” she said. “I don’t know how other people think about it, but I hope my son sees early on – that not everyone gets a trophy.”
In another blog post titled “Rappers Agree with Stacey Dash” Palin is in agreement with the Clueless actress about her stance the Oscars boycott.
“Either we want to have segregation or integration. If we don t want segregation then we need to get rid of channels like BET and the BET Awards and the NAACP Image Awards,” Dash previously said.
Also using statements from rappers Waka Flocka Flame and Ice Cube, Palin tried to build her case.
“I have to admit, I don’t know who ‘Waka Flocka’ is, or what he sings, but I agree with him on this!” she stated. “Though [Ice Cube] didn’t mention Stacey by name, isn’t it interesting how he echoed her sentiments exactly?”
Also adding, “We shouldn’t segregate ourselves or limit Black History Month to one month a year. I wish things were really colorblind I don’t know what we can do as a society to come together as one.”