Drake is in hot water after Pusha T used an image of the hip-hop star in blackface for the cover of "The Story of Adidon." Blackface is theatre makeup used by mainly non-black actors to mock and stereotype black people in the 19th and 20th centuries. The photo is from Drizzy's acting days in 2007. He argues the image was part of a project designed to bring attention to the lack of diversity in cinema. But some say there's no excuse for anyone to wear the racist makeup. Can blackface be used in context?
Is it ever okay to use blackface?
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