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Megan Thee Stallion is partnering with Popeyes chicken to launch "Megan Thee Stallion Hottie Sauce" and merchandise.

Megan's new Popeyes Hottie Sauce will be available in all Popeyes restaurants locations on October 19, according to

Megan's new dipping sauce will top the Popeyes' spicy chicken sandwich that went viral 2 years ago.

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The Hottie Sauce is made with honey, cider vinegar and Aleppo pepper, according to Popeyes website. The Hottie Sauce features a "sweet, yet bold flavor with a hint of spice, inspired by Megan's sassy personality," says Popeyes.

The "WAP" rapper reportedly invested her own money in a Popeyes franchise restaurant in her native Houston.

Additionally, she plans to make a six-figure donation to Houston Random Acts of Kindness, an organization that promotes "empathy and compassion while encouraging selfless concern for the welfare of others in the Houston community."

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"I’m appreciative of Popeyes commitment to empowering Black women and look forward to opening Popeyes Restaurants," said Megan Thee Stallion in a statement.

"Teaming up with Popeyes is such a milestone in my journey and evolution as an entrepreneur. I've always been a fan of the Popeyes brand and I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to join the brand and help create the new Megan Thee Stallion Hottie Sauce for their line-up."

Megan's collaboration with Popeyes is the latest fast food brand campaign featuring rappers and pop culture stars.

Travis Scott and Saweetie have teamed up with McDonald's for promotional meals and clothing lines in the past year.

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Tiffany & Co.

Beyonce and Jay Z are catching heat for their "embarrassment of riches" pose with a Jean-Michel Basquiat painting in an ad campaign.

Tiffany & Co. launched a modern love campaign featuring Beyonce and Jay Z, according to

The luxury jewelry retailer included a never-before-seen Basquiat painting in the campaign.

In one image, Jay Z, who has an obsession with the late painter, is sitting in an armchair while Beyonce poses in a curve-fitting black dress.

Tiffany's executive vice president Alexandre Arnault stated:

"The investment will be pretty impressive. It's our biggest campaign. Also, it's the only year-long campaign that we have. It marks a clear evolution of what we’ve been doing from a creative standpoint."

READ ALSO: Jean Michel Basquiat Painting Sells for Record $110 Million
Jay Z and Beyonce are known for their champagne tastes and vulgar displays of material wealth.

Black Twitter slammed the couple for posing with a Basquiat painting -- since the painter was an anti-capitalist who loathed pretentious displays of riches.

One Twitter user wrote:

"Jay Z (a venture capitalist) ironically rocking a Basquiat (famous anti-capitalist, anti-colonial artist) look while investing in ankle monitors, while Beyonce rocks Tiffany (Blood) Diamond is Neo-Colonialism in Blackface."

Another user wrote: "Ohhh so Jay Z is tryna look like Basquiat. Ok....."

A third person tweeted:

"Basquiat would hate Jay Z. or at least talk some f*cken sense into the guy. anyway not my problem."

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The same ad agency that brought you the remix to rapper Juvenile's "Back That Thang Up" are planning to remix Bob Marley's classic "We're Jammin'".

Tiktok users were so excited at the news that they made a video to celebrate the upcoming remix.
READ ALSO: Rapper Juvenile reacts to 'Vax That Thang Up' backlash

The agency behind the poorly received "Vax That Thang Up" will soon release "We're Jabbin'" in hopes of inspiring more people to get vaxxed.

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According to the leak, the "Jabbin'" lyrics goes like this:

    "We're jabbin'
    Hope you are jabbin' too
    We're jabbin' and jabbin' and jabbin' and jabbin'
    Hope you are jabbin' too!"

It isn't clear who will sing the new "Jabbin'" vaccine campaign remix, but sources say it won't be Lauryn Hill, the legendary singer who was previously married to one of Bob Marley's pickney.

The news comes as Rastafarians in Jamaica are battling the government to keep the mRNA vaccines out of the Caribbean nation.

Twitter users reacted to the plan to rework "Jammin'" into a vaccine campaign similar to Juvenile and Mannie's disastrous effort.

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Reader Daniel B. emailed to clarify the race of the two people responsible for a controversial PSA featuring Atlanta strippers.

As I told you yesterday, Tariq Nasheed sparked a lively debate on when he tweeted: "Instead of talking about our tangibles, this is what the white Democrats think will appeal to us."

According to Daniel, the Atlanta-based creators, Angela Gomes (pictured above left) and Paul Fox, are Black. But that's even worse than if the filmmakers were Caucasian.

Read Daniel's email below.

Hey Sandra,

About your article relating to Tariq Nashiid's [sic] take on Get Your Booty to the Poll...

I say this with all due respect, and out of respect for journalistic standards... something I learned in-depth as a journalism major...GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT!!!

Neither Paul Fox nor Angela Gomes is white. They are black. A simple query of their Facebook profiles would reveal that. Also, in no way, shape or fashion did you even bother to contact them...once again, easy Facebook order to get their own words on THEIR project.

That's not joirnalism [sic]. That's one-sided trash, and if you give a damn about black people you'd at the very least represent them for their appropriate race and allow them to speak on their own behalf. Or are you actually a Caucasian troll just trying to stir the pot?

Do better! Yes, I'm highly offended. I've known Paul for years, I've known his passion for political activism. I know he put his heart and creativity into that PSA, and that everyone involved took it as a very serious undertaking. I will not stand by and allow you to lie and misrepresent him like you have. Do better! Jesus!

Be blessed,
Daniel B.