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Revlon CEO rips blacks, Jews, hates ‘dirty’ Americans: suit
We black folks spend $1.1 Trillion dollars on hair, and hair products. Why would we spend money where we’re not wanted? Because these CEOs know that SOME Black people don’t have the money or the resources to start their own business. And if we do start a business we won’t last long.
The CEO of Revlon is a bigoted bully who hates “dirty” Americans, thinks Jews “stick together” and believes he can “smell” black people when they walk into a room, according to a new lawsuit.
The beauty company’s boss, Lorenzo Delpani, made the ugly comments after taking over in 2013, according to a discrimination suit filed by Revlon’s former top scientist, Alan Meyers, who says he was ostracized because of his Jewish heritage.
Delpani, a native of Italy, told Meyers he was “shocked” there weren’t more Jews at the company because the biggest shareholder is Ron Perelman, a prominent Jewish American, according to the suit.
“Jews stick together,” Delpani quipped. He also allegedly added that “thankfully,” Perelman “is not like that anymore.”