50 Cent making racist allegations against AT&T, which could potentially cause customers losing access to his Starz hit show, Power, Sean "Diddy" Combstook to Instagram to celebrate and announce a new business deal/venture with the same company.As a well-respected and successful business man, Diddy's announced that his network, Revolt, will now be distributed by AT&T's U-verse. In the video posted on his Instagram, Diddy said:Coming fresh off the heels of
Revolt TV just signed a landmark deal with AT&T U-verse. We're proud to be a part of the AT&T U-verse family. AT&T thank you.
Well 50: it doesn't seem like AT&T is racist after all especially considering they gave Diddy a deal- who also happens to be black.SHARE this story and see what others think.