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Music and film mogul Russell Simmons quit his empire after screenwriter Jenny Lumet accused him of raping her in 1991.

In a statement issued on Thursday, Simmons said Lumet’s “memory of that evening is very different from mine.” He added: “I don’t want to be a distraction so I am removing myself from the businesses that I founded.”

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Actor Terry Crews, pictured left, called out Hollywood mogul Russell Simmons, right, for asking him to give talent agent Adam Venit a pass and help him get his coveted job back. Crews, 49, accused Venit of grabbing his genitals at a party in Feb. 2016.

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Kerry Washington at 2015 Baby2Baby Gala

Scandal actress Kerry Washington looked smashing at the 2015 Baby2Baby Gala honoring her at 3LABS in Culver City, CA. on Saturday. Kerry wore a sheer lacy prom dress by embellished with lace floral 3D motifs from Glambattista Valli’s Spring 2015 collection. Don’t you LOVE Kerry’s girly innocence?
Photos: INFphoto.com

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A technical malfunction has left thousands of Rush Card users without funds to pay their rent, bills and daily necessities.

Media mogul Russell Simmons has reached out to his enraged customers through social media posts. Simmons took to his Facebook page to say Rush Card employees are “working 24/7” to resolve the malfunction.

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Rush Card users are going on 8 days without access to their cash due to a glitch in Rush Card’s software. If you let Russell Simmons tell it, the problem should have been fixed by now.

Rush Card is a pre-paid predatory debit card for low income Americans who don’t qualify for a traditional bank account.

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Russell Simmons

Celebrities have united to call for a one-day retail boycott. Celebs such as Russell Simmons have taken to social media to urge their followers not to spend money on Black Friday, Nov. 28 — the day when Americans traditionally kick off their Christmas shopping.

The national news media expects us to destroy our own neighborhoods. What they don’t expect is for us to organize and use our trillion-dollar buying power to negatively impact the economy.

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