July 2, 2013
NEW YORK ? A TV personality who says BET forced him to tone down his typically feminine look to appear on its pre-awards show is rejecting the network's apology.
BET was contrite after B. Scott, an openly gay fashion and advice columnist who has several television shows and a Web following, said the network yanked him off its red carpet coverage for Sunday's BET Awards and forced him to change from heels to flats and put on a suit instead of the long flowing black shirt he was wearing. He also accused them of making him pull his long flowing locks back into a ponytail.
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