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Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Slams General Motors for Disrespecting Black-Owned Media Brands: ‘If You Love Us, Pay Us’

Jem Aswad Senior Music EditorIn his capacity as founder of the Revolt network, Sean “Diddy” Combs slammed General Motors for disrespecting Black-owned media brands in an open letter published Thursday, calling for more financial support in advertising and other spending.The move follows the placement of a full-page ad in Sunday’s Detroit Free Press, in which the leaders of Black-owned media companies — including Byron Allen and Ice Cube — accused GM CEO Mary Barra of racism for refusing to meet with them to discuss advertising opportunities.According to the Detroit Free Press, the ad, which was signed by the heads of seven Black-owned media companies, alleges that Barra refused to meet with them “consistently, over time and after multiple.

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