Days after 50 Cent called out AT&T for being racist, business rival Diddy lands a deal with the very same company.
Despite the claims, AT&T is actually adding Revolt as a channel, which is owned by Diddy. Diddy also took to Instagram to announce his deal with AT&T. “REVOLT TV just signed a landmark, historic deal with AT&T U-verse.” he says in the 15 second clip. “We’re proud to be a part of the AT&T U-verse family. AT&T thank you.”
Stay tuned as more details develop on whether AT&T subscribers still will be able to view “Power” or not.