Diddy just released a list of influencers he labeled the “Black 100.” The Bad Boy mogul wasn’t clear on the criteria for the list.
Some of the entrants aren’t even Black like CNN host Anderson Cooper, Post Malone , Ali Wong, and Mark Wahlberg to name a few.
A sentence or two of explication would have gone a long way to flesh out the idea behind the list, and yet.
Fela Kuti, Michelle Obama, Migos, Jon Platt, Cassie, Dev Hynes, Andre Leon Talley, J Prince, Cardi B, Mav Carter, Don Lemon, Anderson Cooper, Serena Williams, Elon Musk, Yo Gotti, Rich Dennis, Amanda Seales, Kelly Rowland, Ted Sarandos, Gucci Mane, Tracee Ellis Ross, H.E.R.,
Bad Bunny, DJ Khaled, Pat McGrath, Machine Gun Kelly, Charles Blow, Colin Kaepernick, Dave Chappelle, Zoe Kravitz, Travis Scott, Naomi Campbell, Snoop Dogg, Karena Evans, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Kendrick Lamar, Gina Rodriguez, 6lack, Karol G, Duckie Thot, Angela Rye, Lakeith Stanfield,