While speaking at The Forum in Los Angeles on Leap Day about wellness and balance, the media personality and journalist tripped over what seemed to be only air.
“Wellness means to me all things in balance,” Winfrey said.
“Balance doesn’t mean that all things are equal or at peace at all times,” she added before a stumble on the stage that left the audience gasping.
“Wrong shoes,” she jokingly said after falling. A crew member rushed to help her, the Los Angeles Times captured on tape, and the show continued for her “2020 Vision: You Life in Focus Tour” stop.
Rapper 50 Cent, who is known for speaking his mind, made an Instagram post mocking Winfrey’s fall.
“👀what the f– happen here, 🤦♂️😆Michael Jackson’s ghost trip her,” 50 Cent wrote for the video caption.
Snoop Dogg also chimed in, writing in 50 Cent’s comments section: “Micheal and Kobe blew a gust of wind 💨 balance 🤷🏾♂️🤦🏾♂️.”
But he didn’t stop there. Snoop Dogg also commented that “God don’t like ugly.”
Many fans laughed alongside Snoop Dogg in the comments while some warned him that he may face criticism again.
“@snoopdogg lmfao im sorry byt what tripped her like that.. the ghost was like balance…..”
“@snoopdogg hahahahahahah thank u so much for this unc😂😂😂.”
“@snoopdogg no snoop no snoop🤦🏾♀️ the media bout to come for you again my boy 😩🙅🏾♀️.”
“@snoopdogg man shut up. Next you going to be saying sorry on Ellen tv show.”
“@snoopdogg @jadapinkettsmith wasn’t Snoop just crying on your show, talking about he was sorry.”
So what issue does Snoop Dogg have with Winfrey?
Winfrey did a sitdown interview with two Michael Jackson’s accusers from the “Leaving Neverland” docuseries.
Also, following the passing of Former NBA superstar Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna Bryant in a helicopter crash in January, “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King —- aka Winfrey’s BFF — interviewed former WNBA player and current Big3 Triplets coach Lisa Leslie on Feb.4.
During the interview, King asked Leslie about how her longtime friend Kobe’s 2003 rape allegation that was dropped pertains to his legacy.
The question and its followups rubbed a lot of people wrong, including the 48-year-old Long Beach native Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent, seeing as Kobe and Gianna weren’t even buried yet.
Snoop Dogg took to Instagram with his scarf going off on King for her questioning of Leslie about Kobe’s legacy.
“Gayle King, out of pocket for that s–. Way out of pocket, what do you gain from that?” Snoop Dogg said.
The MC continued by saying that more is expected from King and Winfrey, who he insinuated are both friends with Harvey Weinstein, a famous film producer who is now a convicted sex offender.
“Why you’ll attacking us, we’re your people. You ain’t coming after f– Harvey Weinstein asking them dumb a– questions,” he said.
Snoop Dogg also called her out her name and allegedly threatened King, saying, “back off, b—h, before we come get you.”
Snoop Dogg later apologized to King and later apologized again on Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talk.”