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Actor Lakeith Stanfield was "canceled" by "woke" social media users after he criticized VP candidate Kamala Harris's lacefront wig.

Many women commented on Kamala's wig sitting askew on her head during the debate. But the criticism hits different when it comes from a man.

Lakeith, 29, expressed his displeasure with Kamala's wig on Instagram. He posted a split screen image of Vice President Mike Pence and Kamala, and he commented on her wig, rating it as "sad."

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"I don't like her hair," he wrote, "but other than that this is better than the last one but still sad."

After some backlash from the 55-year-old senator's supporters, Lakeith put his followers in check. "I say what I want on my page," he wrote.

"Where are all you warriors of power when i post about the things that i believe in and support? You won't pressure me into speaking how YOU think i should speak."

Question: Do you agree with Lakeith that the wig Kamala wore during the debates was sad? Do you believe she could've done better?

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Kenya Moore is back at it again. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star takes great pride in her long, glorious hair weave which she claims as her own hair. At age 48, Kenya is an inspiration to young women who believe they, too, will have waist length hair when they approach 50.

Unfortunately, things are never as they seem. Kenya, 48, took offense to fellow cast member Marlo Hampton saying she wears wigs.

In response, Kenya posted a video in which she claims all of that lustrous hair is growing out of her scalp.

Granted, her stylist did a great job installing her wig unit, but it's very difficult to blend thin hair into a lacefront and pass it off as your own.

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Here is an image from the video that clearly shows the line where Kenya's thin hair is blended into the wig. Look at the hair above her ear.

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If you still can't see it, here is another image where you can see the difference in texture and color of her real hair verses the wig. I lightened the thin, wispy hair over her ear so you can see the change in texture at the demarcation line.

Now watch the video again. Notice that her stylist parts her hair at that exact line above her ear where the wig begins.

Then Kenya pulls her hair back from her face to reveal her jagged edges and the thinning hair over her ear.

No 48-year-old woman has thick, jet black hair down to her butt. Even Stevie Wonder can see that's a wig.

Do better Kenya.

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Gabrielle Union is breaking her silence after she was let go as a judge on America's Got Talent for complaining about the "toxic" work environment. The outspoken 47-year-old actress lasted only one season on AGT before network bosses terminated her and fellow judge Julianne Hough, 31.

According to Variety.com, staffers at the NBC talent competition complained over "half a dozen times" about her various ethnic hairstyles.

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Staffers reportedly complained about Union's hair weave products, telling the mother-of-one that her various hairstyles were "too black" for the show's audience.

But a network source denied that Union only received feedback about hair continuity during season 14.

The news was first reported by lovebscott.com that the Bring It On star and fellow judge Julianne Hough were dropped from AGT ahead of season 15. Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, who are Caucasian, and host Terry Crews, who is Black, are expected to return next season.

According to Variety.com, numerous incidents left Union uncomfortable - such as when guest judge Jay Leno allegedly made a racially insensitive joke while visiting the show's offices.

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"Leno made a crack about a painting on display in a hallway of the show's Simon Cowell, surrounded by his dogs. Leno joked that the pets looked like something one would find 'on the menu at a Korean restaurant'," according to four people who were present at the time of Leno's wisecrack.

According to Variety, Union asked producers to report the incident to Human Resources but, following a conversation with a NBC executive, the matter was dropped.

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Other incidents Union complained about included one involving a white male contestant, who wowed the audience with his quick changes between costumes. At one point, he donned dark make-up to look like the American singer Beyonce - which angered Union and caused her to object to the contestant being in the show.

The contestant was apparently still allowed to audition, but the audition was cut before the show aired.

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The Variety report also claims that both Union and Hough (pictured) were consistently given "excessive notes on their physical experience," which had a big impact on their morale - particularly for Hough.

However, Hough, who wants to keep working in Hollywood, denied the claims in a statement to E! News, telling the outlet: "I had a wonderful time on America's Got Talent, I loved working with the cast, crew and producers. I am happy to continue my working relationship with NBC."

Meanwhile, NBC hit back at the report in their own statement, which read: "America’s Got Talent has a long history of inclusivity and diversity in both our talent and the acts championed by the show.

"The judging and host line-up has been regularly refreshed over the years and that is one of the reasons for AGT’s enduring popularity. NBC and the producers take any issues on set seriously."

Last night Pierre "Pee" Thomas, left, founder and CEO of Quality Control (QC) Records held his private, invitation-only birthday bash themed "Pierre Thomas' Casino Royal Party" at the Gold Room in the affluent Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta.

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Instagram model photographer Suliman Facet Hasan sparked controversy on social media when he vowed to stop taking photos of black women who wear lace front wigs in 2018.

Facet urged black women to embrace their beauty by removing their lace front wigs.

In a Snapchat video on Wednesday, a white female friend told Facet that lace fronts are a "sign of insecurity" and black women should grow their own hair by eating more vegetables and drinking more water.

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