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10:59 AM / Tuesday August 4, 2020

3 Nov 2018

Pharrell is not “Happy” and sends Trump a cease and desist letter

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November 3, 2018 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

ABOVE PHOTO:  Pharrell Williams  (Photo: Helga Esteb / shutterstock)

 

By Florence Anthony

On October 27, President Donald Trump played Pharrell Williams’ song “Happy” at a rally hours after the Tree of Life Congregation shooting in Pittsburgh, the award-winning entertainer’s attorney, Howard King, has sent the president a cease and desist letter. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the letter says Williams has not and will not grant Trump permission to publicly perform or otherwise disseminate his music, and claims the use of “Happy” without his consent constitutes both copyright and trademark infringement………..

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The inaugural Ella Nixon Gift & Toy Drive will host the “Ladies Who Lunch For Charity” luncheon on Saturday, November 3 at Melba’s in Harlem. Dr. Jeff Gardere, NYC Council Member Bill Perkins and other notables will present awards during an afternoon that will shine a light on the wonderful and tireless philanthropic work that women do, while being the best they can be. This first annual luncheon event will provide entertainment, (featuring the men of “Get Ready: A Motown Revue”), fun and delicious dining as honorees Mabel Everett, Harriette Cole, Dorcedious Davis and Elsie Powell are celebrated. Sponsors include Kendra Scott Jewelry and Miss Jessie’s Hair Care. For more information call 646-373-3690………..

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TV One received the esteemed 2018 Diversity Champion Award at the Walter Kaitz Foundation Dinner, and co-sponsored both the National Association of Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) and the Women in Cable Television Leadership (WICT) Conferences held during Diversity Week in New York City on October 15-17 at the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel. The gala was attended by Urban One Founder Cathy Hughes, Urban One CEO Alfred Liggins III, Michelle Rice and others………..

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