Back in 1985 Oprah Winfrey appeared in a movie with Rae Dawn Chong. The film adaptation of Alice Walker's "The Color Purple," directed by Steven Spielberg, brought the media mogul and the actress together, resulting in a genuine friendship, or at least that's what we thought.

According to a recent interview for internet radio show "Matty P's Radio Happy Hour," Chong bashes Winfrey, saying Oprah became a "b*tch" after learning that Chong was cast in the movie "Commando," with Arnold Schwarzenegger and didn't treat her with respect when she invited her to her show because she was jealous of Chong's new role.

"She invited me to come to her show and she just wasn't having me. She's competitive. She didn't like me. She just wasn't having me," Chong said.

"They put me in a real s**tty hotel downtown and my son got sick and at the end of the day, it was just a nightmare. I ended up being backstage and she called me on stage and I was like, 'You know what, f**k you b**ch.' Oprah is all about Oprah."

And that was Chong just getting started.

"The thing that's really great about Oprah that you can't take away from her is that she's a great brown-noser," she said. "If you go into a room with her she will pick the most powerful person and will become best friends with them."

Chong then added, "She was that fat chick that was a cheerleader or the wannabe cheerleader in school that was the student council president that was the best friends with the principal," she said. "She was the fat chick in school that did everything and everyone loved her."

"You got to respect her no matter how vile she is, ultimately because she's all about Oprah and she's boring," she continued. "But aside from that you have to kind of go, 'hello, hats off. You've done an amazing thing. You have actually shifted the DNA of the Universe.' In terms of thinking of power structure... If you looked at the way she looks, she looks like if it was 60 years ago she would've been a housekeeper, luckily. She would've not been a house n*gger, she would've been a field I give her props."

Winfrey has still not commented on the matter.