Russell Simmons apologizes to former Vogue editor André Leon Talley for Harriet Tubman sex tape video

The hip hop mogul’s apology comes on the heels of former Vogue editor André Leon Talley’s criticism of Simmons’ Harriet Tubman sex tape video:

Over the past decade, hip-hop heavyweights like Jay Z, Kanye West, and Russell Simmons have graced the front row of fashion shows around the world. However, Talley says Simmons should be banned from front rows of fashion shows this season.

“I don’t think Russell Simmons should be seated on anybody’s front row this week after having done that disgusting Harriet Tubman sex tape. He is a man of great achievement. He is a great philanthropist….why would he think it would be an honorable thing to do? He said he thought it was funny. That is not funny it is outrageously disrespectful to the legacy and history of Harriet Tubman and to the struggle.”

Apparently, Simmons isn’t LOL’ing about the video any more.

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