Following the recent release of Russell Simmons ‘ research HBO documentary film About The album, the Hip-Hop pioneer and mogul has been entered on the allegations set forth in the prosecution of the project.
In an exclusive statement to HipHopDX, the Def Jam Records founder, leaves the testing with God. “The stories are in the 25-to 40-year-old. I have a nine lie-detector test, and seven by the president of the California Polygraph Association. As a reporter interested in the truth, and they are beginning to do so. God will have to sort that out. A lie can be so big that the truth has been forced,” according to Simmons.
Last week, HBO released the trailer for the On-The-Record-documentary, which is scheduled to debut May 27.
The 62-year-old, vegan, spoke about his recently published book, Eat To Live, and the health disparities facing Black and Brown communities. “I’m very focused on health care in the black community, and the fit and finish of this book as we speak. The black people all over the world are dying at a disproportionately higher level than that of their white counterparts in America, as much as six times the speed. 100% of this difference can be attributed to diet or environmental racism. I have just completed a book, “Eat To Live”, is a post-pandemic lifestyle. We were at Def Comedy Jam and Relief Fund are working on projects, and pushing elected officials to be put in by any means necessary.”