Diddy Publishes "Black 100" List Of Leading Figures Who Made The Cut?
Diddy simply launched an inventory of influencers he labeled the "Black 100." The Bad Boy mogul wasn't clear on the standards for the listing. Some of the entrants aren't even Black like CNN host Anderson Cooper, Post Malone, Ali Wong, and Mark Wahlberg to call just a few. A sentence or two of explication would have gone a protracted strategy to flesh out the thought behind the listing, and but..
This seems to be Diddy's post-racial view of (black) excellence in America, or at very least an enshrinement of Black Culture and its allies. Either method, the is comprised of individuals Diddy on the very least respects. Everybody on the listing is related when it comes to their relative "Soft Power." They all appear to be inventive varieties, except for just a few entrepreneurs and "artwork" patrons hiding within the pasture.
Diddy's listing is pretty America-centric, however just a few outsiders are promulgated too: N'Golo Kante a footballer enjoying for Chelsea in London, and Maluma, a reggaeton star based mostly out of Colombia.
And to not be undone by the media circus of late, however Machine Gun Kelly's inclusion will not be solely ill-fitting for all the plain causes, however it additionally screams nepotism in relation to his contract with Diddy and Bad Boy.
Diddy's listing appears to perform as an correct illustration of what is popping proper now within the USA.