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Chance The Rapper Apologizes to Black Women for Working With R. Kelly

While Chance acknowledged his mistake, many other artists, who have profited in some way from an R. Kelly collaboration, are keeping quiet.


"Surviving R. Kelly," the documentary series that R. Kelly's lawyers had threatened to file a federal lawsuit over, has not only outed some disgusting allegations against the singer, songwriter and record producer, and the families of young Black girls, but also gut-wrenching truths about the treatment of Black women by the music industry — and the money and fame that has been prioritized over their lives.

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Jada Pinkett Smith on Mo'Nique's Netflix Boycott: She's Shining Light on the Truth

Mo'Nique claims gender and racial bias afflict the company's contract negotiations and both Pinkett Smith and Wanda Sykes have come to her defense.

Academy Award-winning actress and comedian Mo'Nique continues to call for a Netflix boycott after she says executives offered her only $500,000 for a comedy special compared to the $13 million comedian Amy Schumer was paid last year. Mo'Nique said that accepting the offer would set a precedent for a pay gap when it comes to Black women.

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Dave Chappelle is 'Sorry' for Giving Trump a Chance

The widely popular comedian said he regrets rooting for President Donald Trump on a "Saturday Night Live" appearance.

During a November 12 hosting slot on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," comedian Dave Chappelle suggested to millions of American TV viewers to give President Donald J. Trump a chance. For that, Chappelle said he is sorry.

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