Girl Calls Out SNL’s Michael Che For Being An Arrogant Dick On Dating Apps, Owns Her By Releasing Their Messages
Leah McSweeney turned a $75,000 settlement she received in 2002 after an NYPD police officer smashed her face into a subway grating into the multi-million fashion line Married To The MOB. I guess she’s famous in circles I don’t associate with, but if you keep reading, you’ll also find out she’s the absolute worst.
Michael Che is an SNL star who became the first black co-anchor in the history of SNL’s Weekend Update.
The two met on a dating app, Che acquired her number, and the two did the same song and dance that most of us do when trying to see if the person on the other side of the phone will take her pants off.
Things went awry somewhere along the way, as McSweeney blasted for being “arrogant” and a “D-list” celebrity on her podcast released Tuesday. She held nothing back:
“I met a comedian, I’ve dealt with a few comedians. They are the worst, I don’t even know why I entertain this but I have to say … Michael Che is so arrogant and so rude and disrespectful that I cannot even believe that someone … you’re like a D-list celebrity to me, whatever, that’s why I don’t even care that I’m saying his name. I’m not like blowing up Jay Z’s spot.”
“You’re trying to f–k with me? I don’t get it. You’re just a f–king dork wearing Air Force Ones [sneakers] at the end of the day. Like, cause you’re sitting up there writing your jokes on a little card, trying to figure out what the f–k. His Netflix special [“Michael Che Matters”] is actually funny … arrogance is ignorance to me. You don’t know me, you don’t know nothing about me, you don’t know we have mad friends in common and like, you’re gonna treat me like some stupid bitch? Like f–k you. I just can’t deal.”
To save his good name, Che sent Page Six the string of text messages he sent to McSweeney that reveal that she is just a giant attention fiend who couldn’t deal with a guy not wanting to bone her.