Since Jay Z agreed to a partnership with the NFL, it’s’ been nothing but controversy. 

As part of their collaborative Inspire Change initiative, the entities have pledged to donate $400,000 to two Chicago-based youth organizations: the BBF (Better Boys Foundation) Family Services and the Crushers Club.

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The latter nonprofit was scheduled to receive its $200,000 Thursday, coinciding with a free concert featuring Inspire Change advocates Meek Mill and Meghan Trainor; however, hours before the event was to take place, the Crushers Club was hit with backlash over a series resurfaced tweets.

The Crushers Club account features photos of its president, Sally Hazelgrove, cutting the dreadlocks off two black youths who were presumably involved with the organization.

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