Talented actress Halle Berry has raised her voice about a recent disagreement with hit rapper Drake. Berry claimed that Drake approached her for permission to use a photo of her covered in slime on his new single, but proceeded to use it anyway, even though she had expressed her refusal.
In a candid statement, Halle Berry expressed her displeasure with the situation, saying, “He asked me, and I said NO… Why ask if you intend to do what you want to do?! That’s what f%$&ed me up. It’s not right, do you understand that?”
This conflict arose after the image in question appeared on the artwork for Drake’s single, generating a mixed response from fans and followers of both artists. The image in question, which was originally taken at a charity event that Halle Berry participated in, has been the subject of controversy due to its unusual nature.
Drake’s response to Halle Berry’s statement has not yet been made public, and it remains to be seen how this disagreement will play out in the future. For now, this controversy has sparked an online conversation about the limits of consent and the use of images in the entertainment industry.
The situation raises important questions about respect for the autonomy of individuals and the importance of obtaining consent before using someone’s image in a creative work. The story continues to be the subject of attention and debate on social media and in entertainment industry circles.
Halle Berry, an academy-award-winning and respected actress in the industry, has given voice to a concern that resonates with many people in the realm of privacy and consent in the digital age.
This story was written in Spanish by Anton in Cultura Colectiva