Diddy Calls Out Comcast To Cite the REVOLT On Byron Allen $20B Discrimination lawsuit Racial

HipHop News Posted on November 21, 2019 at 4:22am

Diddy Calls Out Comcast To Cite the REVOLT On Byron Allen $20B Discrimination lawsuit Racial

"I don't want my name to be used in an inaccurate way by what I have to say my truth."

Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios filed a $20 billion racial discrimination lawsuit against Comcast in 2015, stating that Comcast does not allow Allen to have their channels carried by Comcast. Although the initial lawsuit was dismissed by the lower court on three different occasions, the 9th Circuit court of appeals agreed to allow the case to be presented last year.

On November 13, the Supreme Court convened to consider what the legal limit is for a plaintiff to bring a racial discrimination complaint in the section 1981 of the Civil Rights Act of 1866. The law was put in place after the abolition of slavery to ensure the "non-white" were able to conduct business without facing discrimination..centered-ad {

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During court proceedings, Diddy and his company of the UPRISING were brought up as an example of a black-owned company that took on the part of Comcast. The Hip Hop mogul was upset to say the least.

On Thursday (November 21),

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