Tip Harris, Anthony Hamilton

Burberry apologized profusely for sending a model down the runway at London Fashion Week, wearing a hoodie that featured a drawstring fashioned into a noose. The model, Liz Kennedy, objected to wearing "suicide fashion" backstage before the show. According to Fortune.com, her objections were ignored.

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Floyd Mayweather Jr

50 Cent responded to champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr saying he would continue to shop at Gucci despite the uproar in the Black community over blackface allegations.

Outraged Twitter users retweeted images of the $900 black balaclava sweater from Gucci's 2018 Fall/Winter collection.

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Liam Neeson

Actor Liam Neeson ignited a firestorm of controversy on social media after he described seeking revenge on "some Black bastard" when he found out a friend had been brutally raped.

"I asked, did she know who it was? No," Neeson recalled. "What color were they? She said it was a Black person."

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Gillette ad

Proctor & Gamble was forced to delete negative downvotes under a Gillete razor television commercial on Youtube.com Monday, after the ad received over 400,000 downvotes and nearly 90,000 angry comments from men on the video streaming platform. The ad has racked up over 3.4 million views since it was published on Sunday, Jan. 13.

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Kevin Hart, Bryan Cranston

Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston's new movie The Upside ended Aquaman's reign atop the North American box office over the weekend. The Upside was a surprise hit after LGBT organizations called for their members to boycott the film over old derogatory tweets and jokes by Hart resurfaced online in December.

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Meek Mill

Meek Mill continues to plead with Black women to stop wearing lace front wigs in 2019. The Philly rapper continued his protests over lace front wigs in a series of tweets on Tuesday and Wednesday. "Lace front wigs are wackkkk! I'm protesting them," he tweeted.

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Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart is reconsidering his decision to quit hosting the 2019 Academy Awards in February. Hart pulled out in December after the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences asked him to apologize for anti-ghey tweets he wrote 10 years ago.

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Social media is still buzzing about an Australian newspaper cartoonist's editorial cartoon of tennis superstar Serena Williams. The cartoonist, Mark Knight, depicted Serena as a caricature of an entitled, spoiled baby throwing a tantrum on the tennis court during her loss to Japan's Naomi Osaka on Saturday.

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