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For all the good Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter is hoping that will come out of his problematic partnership with the problematic NFL (yes, I said it), yet another controversy has bubbled up. yes that right

Sally Hazelgrove, founder of Crushers Club—one of the two charities splitting a $400,000 donation from Jay-Z’s Roc Nation and the NFL— apologized for the two tweets, posted in 2016, saying it was done “without much thought.”

“Out of 500 youth going through our doors I cut two young men’s hair because they asked me to and we are a family structure and so I did it and didn’t really think about it after that,” Hazelgrove told USA Today. “I tweeted about it without much thought. It’s hair. But I regret it now and I promise you I will not be doing that again if asked.”

“The hatred and accusations from this took me by surprise,” she continued. “The backlash has been hard, to be honest.”

Founded in 2004, and based in Chicago, the not-for-profit organization’s mission is “to be the strongest alternative to gangs,” according to its website.

The “thoughtless” tweets came back to life on the same day as Roc Nation’s free Chicago concert to celebrate the NFL partnership—featuring Meek Mill, Meghan Trainor, and Rapsody.

Crushers Club posted a video of a man who alleged he was the teen pictured getting his dreadlocks cut by Hazelgrove.

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