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Diddy Calls Out GM, Wants More Money Spent on Black Businesses

TMZ.com Thursday, 8 April 2021 ()
Diddy is calling out General Motors ... saying the company needs to step up and open its wallet for Black businesses, claiming GM's promise to shell out big bucks has fallen short. Diddy penned a scathing letter Thursday, opening with, "The same…
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