Michael B Jordan, Nicki Minaj, Rum, J'ouvert, Trinidad, Caribbean, Cultural Appropriation

Michael B Jordan, Nicki Minaj

Michael B. Jordan Addresses Rum Brand Name Controversy

Even Nicki Minaj weighed in.

6/24/2021 3:44:00 AM

Even Nicki Minaj weighed in.

He was accused of cultural appropriation .

, who shared a screenshot to her own Instagram feed of a comment explaining J'Ouvert's meaning."I'm sure MBJ didn't intentionally do anything he thought Caribbean ppl would find offensive- but now that you are aware," the star — who was born in Trinidad and Tobago — wrote in the caption.

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She added,"Change the name & continue to flourish & prosper #jouvert."A post shared by Barbie (@nickiminaj)In response to the criticism, Jordan ended up uploading an apology to his Instagram Story on Tuesday, in which he said he'd spent the last few days doing"a lot of listening" and"learning," as well as"engaging in countless community conversations" about the topic.

"I just wanna say on behalf of myself & my partners, our intention was never to offend or hurt a culture (we love & respect) & hoped to celebrate & shine a positive light on,"" the actor said, before saying that they were working on fixing the mistake. headtopics.com

"We hear you. I hear you & want to be clear that we are in the process of renaming," Jordan continued."We sincerely apologize and look forward to introducing a brand we can all be proud of."Photo via Getty / Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer / VF20 / WireImage

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