Shonda Rhimes responded bitterly to a Twitter user who complained about offensive sex scenes in her hit TV shows.
Entertainment tycoon Raven-Symone was criticized harshly when she dared to give her opinion on the term ‘African-American,’ which was popularized by the Rev. Jesse Jackson and other black leaders in the late 1980s.
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