Mannnn if you are a classic movie buff of all things funny, then like me, I’m sure you’ve got John Belushi’s classic “Animal House” in your repertoire (and too: Porky’s).
No two white boy classics are funnier, I promise you this.
Well I couldn’t help but think of this scene in the movie Animal House when the homies at NYDailyNews (via NY Confidential) reported The View so-host: Raven-Symone had a night something like that scene.
According to NY Conf., their “spyeyewitness” rolled up on Orange is the New Black star Samira Wiley snubbing Raven after she (allegedly) hawked down on Samira’s night with friends.
Raven, who just recently came out as gay, may have thought all was cool and in the fam with [openly gay] Samira-and I’m guessing a spontaneous dinner among the Hollywood sisterhood thing would have worked out a little better under a different set of circumstances perhaps but for some reason, Samira wasn’t having it any of it.
Well nothing like “spyeyewitnesses” lurking in the midst and reporting what they witnessed:
“Samira was sitting at the bar not far from the entrance and Raven, who showed up with no reservation, saw her and tried to make friends with her group,” says our spy.
“Raven had been talking to the hostess, who had no table for her, so she tried to sit with Samira. Raven just couldn’t get a table.”
Our amused spywitness says that Raven tried for some time to “befriend” Wiley, saying, “We should all sit together,” before Wiley shut her down, gesturing to the hostess to seat Raven and her group elsewhere.
“When the reservationist tried to move things around to seat them next to each other, Samira shook her head and made a ‘no’ motion that was very clear to the hostess. Raven didn’t sit with her or get a table,” says our source. “She left with her three friends without eating.”
At first I thought it was slightly mean, but I get it. Because if I know me…and for me, it’s like this:
If I would stand high on a mountain with you I trust you with my life, friend.
If I would sit to dinner with you, we’re either talking business or we were (then) friends, or friends having dinner (now).
O’der’an’nat ‘hi’ as passersby or dance (I mean…that’s the reality, right?)