Ashley Judd is trying to clean the mess she created earlier this week by dissing hip hop legends Diddy and Snoop in her controversial memoir "All That Is Bitter And Sweet" for their portrayal of women as bitches and ho's and used the term 'hip-hop rape culture.' Amidst the backlash, Ashley went to website, Global Grind to plead her case.
"My intention was to support artists to know that they have so much power," she told music mogul Russell Simmons. "They make incredible life changing impressions, particularly on the young. And we have choices everyday with our expressions, either empower and celebrate people or to re-enforce inequality and degradation.
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