Who is omarosa dating now
reality TV personality Omarosa Manigault is dating professional wrestler Titus O'Neil, reported Tuesday.
Duncan died in July 2012 nearly two months after suffering a heart attack.
And as any newly-engaged lady would do, she flashed her massive engagement ring (which appears to be a large diamond center stone with a thick silver-toned band) in an Instagram photo on July 25 while sporting a freshly-polished nude manicure.
In the photo, the bride-to-be wore a embroidered peach dress with a tulle skirt underlay, and her hair in a loose blowout (channeling soon-to-be bridal shower vibes, no? Either way, the celebrations are definitely in full effect.
The reality star and her hubs-to-be have been dating for less than a year after meeting at Howard University, according to .
Manigault, who is a pastor at Weller Street Baptist Church in Los Angeles, teaches an executive business course at the university.
In 2014, she tweeted that she was "ready for Hillary." Despite her early support for Hillary Clinton and past support of Democrats, Manigault did come around to Trump's camp.
Manigault, 39, began her romance with O'Neil, 36, about a year after the death of her fiance, Michael Clarke Duncan.
She is the director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison for the Trump administration. In the 1990s, Omarosa worked in the office of Vice President Al Gore during the Clinton Administration.
Born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio, Omarosa received a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from Central State University, but did not complete her Ph. Omarosa stated that her title was initially Special Assistant of Logistics and that she later served as Deputy Associate Director of Presidential Personnel.
Stemming from her controversial, blindsiding, alienating, and acrimonious tactics of game play on The Apprentice (particularly in its boardroom segments), she soon became the "woman America loved to hate" Omarosa has disagreed with the "villain" label, rather believing herself to be "a shrewd businesswoman," asserting that when a male takes on such characteristics, it is always seen as strong, but when a woman takes them on, it is seen negatively.
Omarosa has also claimed the show's producers have manipulated footage of her to make her look like the villain.