A Grand Jury Is Set to Hear the Jussie Smollett Case.
Cops have now reportedly told TMZ that Smollett’s attack was staged.
“Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, Abel and Ola Osundairo told cops they got in a car with Jussie and scouted a location, settling on the one right outside the actor’s apartment,” TMZ reported Monday. “The brothers said Jussie chose the spot because he believed a camera would have captured the action.”
Meanwhile, a grand jury is set to hear Smollett’s case; however, it may be delayed “for several days.” The two brothers are scheduled to testify.
21 Savage Talks Growing up as an Undocumented Immigrant in a New York Times Interview.
“It felt impossible,” 21 told Jon Caramanica of dealing with complications surrounding his citizenship. “It got to the point where I just learned to live without it. ’Cause I still ain’t got it, I’m 26, and I’m rich. So, just learned to live without it.”
He added that being famous didn’t make things any easier.
“Even if you got money, it ain’t easy. It ain’t no favoritism, and I respect it, I honestly respect it. It would be kind of messed up if they treated rich immigrants better than poor immigrants, I think,” he said.
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Gucci’s Launching an Action Plan to Increase Diversity After the Blackface Sweater Controversy.
Launching a series of initiatives, Gucci hopes to be able to increase “cultural diversity and awareness” throughout its company.
Let’s see how this goes…
“We accept full accountability for this incident, which has exposed shortfalls in our ongoing strategic approach to embedding diversity and inclusion in both our organization and in our activities,” Marco Bizzarri, Gucci president and CEO, said in a statement released on Friday. “I am particularly grateful to Dapper Dan for the role he has played in bringing community leaders together to offer us their counsel at this time,” Bizzarri continued.
You can read Gucci’s full statement below:
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