Socialite Amber Rose hosted the End Of Summer Party at Sugar Factory American Brasserie on Friday, August 18, in Miami, Florida. The 33-year-old single mother reached out to one of Usher‘s accusers to invite her to attend her annual “Slut Walk” in Los Angeles.

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Quantasia Sharpton, who lives in Brooklyn, NY, expressed a desire to attend Amber’s Slut Walk on Amber replied to her post, saying she didn’t care if the 21-year-old was telling the truth or not. Amber, who never misses an opportunity to draw attention to herself, responded on

“Whether she’s telling the truth or not it doesn’t matter and that is none of my concern. Only two people know the truth and it’s none of you commenting. I started my foundation for women that have been body shamed and slut shamed etc and she has death with both. We would love to have her come and walk with us. All is welcomed.”

Amber’s Slut Walk has not been well-received or well-attended since its inception.

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Willow Smith, 16, scion of WIll and Jada Pinkett Smith, performed at the 2017 NYX Professional Makeup FACE Awards hosted by drag queen Patrick Starr at The Shrine Auditorium on Saturday, August 19, in Los Angeles. The awards show recognized viral makeup tutorials by YouTube makeup stars, mostly male drag queens.

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Filipino makeup artist Patrick Starr angered social media users earlier this year when he wore an afro wig which he claimed was inspired by Solange Knowles. Twitter users accused him of cultural appropriation and demanded he delete the photos. “Black women are not a costume. It’s good that you are flattered by her but we are not a costume and you could have did it without the Afro,” one Twitter user wrote.

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Janet Jackson‘s brothers (L-R) Marlon, Tito and Jackie of legendary R&B group The Jacksons accepted an award after performing at the 2017 Black Music Honors at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on Friday, August 18, in Nashville.

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Black Music Honors hosts Rickey Smiley and Letoya Luckett posed for photos at the 2017 Black Music Honors in Nashville, Tennessee.

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