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Howard Stern urged Oprah Winfrey to "show off" her wealth on social media during Monday's edition of The Howard Stern Show.
The controversial radio host mentioned seeing Winfrey's Instagram posts over the bank holiday weekend and was surprised to see some of the photos Winfrey was about to post.
"Oprah is not at all embarrassed about her wealth," Stern said. “She loves showing it off on Instagram. It's freaking amazing when you follow her on Instagram, you see her grounds, her gardens, the people who look after her and you know.”
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"You serve? It's not a car," joked co-host Robin Quivers.
"Well, she kind of is," Stern continued. "She's got servants and things like that - people are cooking and it's bloody wild. She knows how to get rich... but she likes to show it off, which is something I'm not comfortable with. I don't think people should brag about their wealth."
Quivers pushed back a little and restated Winfrey's posts, saying that the famous TV presenter is just giving a glimpse of her life: "Let's put it this way, Oprah is just showing you her life. She doesn't show off."
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"Well, you gotta be a little bit confident and know that people are fighting out there, Robin," Stern explained. "You have to. You have to think about people who have nothing to eat. You know what I mean? I mean, come on. You have to be a little aware of that, s-"
Quivers challenged Stern again, saying, "Well, if you don't show off your wealth, will they be fed?"
"No, they're not," Stern said. "But I make good money and have trouble seeing Oprah. i'm going wow Look what's going on over there? Your wealth is incredible. When she goes shopping, she goes shopping in her backyard because everything grows back there. There's a farm over there."
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Stern also spoke about how every year Winfrey would invite students from the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls, her South African school, to her house for Thanksgiving, which she also shared on Instagram.
"Every Thanksgiving she welcomes the African girls to her girls' boarding school in Africa - I guess their parents are leaving them. And she picks her up and they call her 'mama' ... and all the African women come to her compound and they start singing," Stern said as he -- for some reason -- started singing a song from The Lion King. to sing. ”
Stern continued to praise Winfrey for her charity work.
"I think [the girls] believe in Oprah's God because she gives them an education. She gives them meals, don't ask. you love her And it's impressive. I have to be honest. I mean, it's real charity work," Stern concluded.
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