The woman who proclaimed "God ain't no Punk" was eliminated Sunday from the all-star season of Celebrity Apprentice.
Rev. Omarosa Manigault became the lastest person to be ousted from Donald Trump's reality show after she and Dennis Rodman raised the least amount of money during an art deal challenge.
"I adore you. We've had tremendous success together. You helped make The Apprentice. You helped to make me a star. But Omarosa, you're fired," Trump announced.
Manigault, once dubbed one of TV Guide's nastiest villains, did not disappoint in her third appearance on the show. She rolled on rocker Bret Michaels after he brought her onto his team, pushed the soft-voiced La Toya Jackson to the edge, and attempted to throw Lil' John under the bus.
She also famously defended her fiendish behavior with the line "The Bible says 'Vengence is mine' God ain't no punk."
The rest of the verse in Romans 12:19 reads, "Do not take revenge, my dear friends, but leave room for God's wrath, for it is written: 'It is mine to avenge; I will repay,' says the Lord "
Omarosa first appeared on the Apprentice in 2004. After her second appearance on the show, the reality star villain enrolled in Ohio's United Theological Seminary, obtained a doctorate in ministry and became an assistant pastor at Los Angeles' Weller Street Missionary Baptist Church according to The Grio.
She also met and became engaged to Green Mile actor Michael Clark Duncan. Duncan died last year.