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Black Celebrities Love to Hypnotize The Black Community

Why celebrity culture needs to die — especially for black people.

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The tale of the “relatable celebrity” is centuries old. The idea of the commonfolk being spokespeople for a whole group of people has roots in the Bible even.




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