ESPN sports anchor Jemele Hill bit off more than she could chew when she objected to a statement by Dallas Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones.

ESPNS says Hill, 41, crossed the line when she urged her followers to boycott Jones’ sponsors after he said he wouldn’t tolerate any of his players disrespecting the American flag.

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Delta

Delta Airlines and Bank of America pulled sponsorship of New York’s Public Theater on Sunday, citing the summer production of Julius Caesar featuring the assassination of the main character who bears a striking resemblance to President Trump.

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Ciara Amber Rose Sean Combs

Ciara, Amber Rose, and Sean Combs are among 100 celebrities and social media “influencers” who received FTC warning letters about disclosing paid endorsements on social media. The FTC is cracking down on A to Z-list celebrities who hawk products on social media without disclosing the posts are paid endorsements.

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Wendy Williams

Former shock jock Wendy Williams was stunned at the backlash to her statement on the NAACP and HBCUs. The talk show DIVA responded by apologizing to her audience, then she fired 3 Caucasian staff members who wrote her one-liners that day.

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Jazz Jennings

It’s been quite a week for 14-year-old transgender Jazz Jennings. The TLC Network announced a new reality show documenting Jazz’s life as a gender stereotypical girl. Then he landed a deal as the face of Clean & Clear acne treatment products.

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