This year's Miss USA pageant is shaping up to be quite interesting with news of Rapper Flo Rida and football legend Emmitt Smith being the newest additions to the growing list of people pulling out of the pageant as a result of Donald Trump's offensive comments about Mexican immigrants.
In the aftermath of Donald Trump's remarks, the Miss USA Pageant has lost its co-hosts Cheryl Burke and Thomas Roberts and seemingly a handful of judges, whose names no longer appear on the Miss USA/Miss Universe website including E! News anchor Terrance Jenkins, HGTV star Jonathan Scott, former Miss Universe winner Zuleyka Rivera and now, former Dallas Cowboys running back, Emmitt Smith.
Flo Rida, who was scheduled to perform at the Miss USA pageant, reneged his obligations this week following suit with other scheduled performers including: Craig Wayne Body (The Voice), Natalie La Rose (singer) and J. Balvin (reggaeton artist).
The backlash surrounding Trump's remarks has hurt much more than just his Miss USA/Miss Universe pageants.. Macy's, NBC and Universal have also cut ties with Trump. Having many opportunities to express any remorse, Trump has only made it worse by appearing recently on CNN's Don Lemon Show and inciting more controversy.
Looks like... Donald Trump, you're fired! The Trump Dump continues!