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Sean Combs Calls For GM To ‘Fairly Invest’ In ‘Black-Owned Media’ With Advertising

General Motors is pledging more advertising money to Black-owned media brands after an open letter was penned by Sean Combs.

Diddy published a letter on Thursday accusing GM for disrespecting Black-owned media brands. The move comes after leaders of Black-owned media companies, including Ice Cube and Byron Allen, placed a full-page ad in Sunday’s Detroit Free Press accusing GM CEO Mary Barra of racism for refusing to meet with them.

RELATED: Sean Combs Slams Recording Academy For Ignoring Black Artists In Combs’ open letter, the Revolt network founder accused General Motors of only spending $10 million of its $3 billion advertising budget on Black-owned businesses. “While REVOLT does receive advertising revenue from GM, our relationship is

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