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Christian Cooper is not down with the "cancel culture" that destroys the lives of people they disagree with.

Christian asked a white woman to leash her dog in Central Park, but the woman, named Amy Cooper (no relation), called 911 to complain that she felt "threatened" by a Black man.

"I'm going to tell them there's an African-American man threatening my life," she said to him while dialing.

Christian filmed her meltdown on his cellphone, and when the video went viral, her life was "canceled" by social media users. She lost her job and the animal shelter took back her dog.

Now Christian says social media went too far.

"It's a little bit of a frenzy, and I am uncomfortable with that. If our goal is to change the underlying factors, I am not sure that this young woman having her life completely torn apart serves that goal," he told the NY Times.

Others called for an end to the cancel culture phenomenon fueled by social media which doesn't believe in second chances.

Comedian Kevin Hart spoke out about cancel culture, saying "Nobody's going to be perfect."

"Life isn't over because people say it is, and that's what's been happening as of late," Kevin told Oprah on Instagram Live.

"It's like people determine when your end button is pushed, but that's not how it works. We need to lose that attitude and feeling and let people grow. People love to talk shit... people love to be negative, but guess what? They also love to be positive. But we only talk about the negative."

 

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If you are desperate for followers on Instagram, Blac Chyna has a payment plan to help you achieve your goal.

The mother-of-two was heavily criticized for charging $950 for FaceTime calls and $250 for Instagram follows.

Chyna knows the importance of a large social media footprint, particularly for those of you who strive to promote your small business online.

The 31-year-old Instagram entrepreneur is charging $950 to chat with her on FaceTime and $250 to follow a fan back on Instagram, according to her business's website.

A follow from an influencer on Instagram is guaranteed to increase your follow count.

Fans who don't have the cash upfront during these trying times have the option of paying in four interest-free installments.

Chyna is being dragged online for her business model.

"This women has officially hit rock bottom.... @BLACCHYNA is selling a follow back for $250 and a FaceTime call for $950.. and there's payment plan available," one person wrote on Twitter. "You can't make this s—t up."

"Blac Chyna out here selling follow backs," noted another fan. "Can't knock the hustle tho."

Question: Will you pay Chyna for a follow on Instagram?
 

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