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Jamie Oliver's 'Jerk Rice' Called Out as Cultural Appropriation

Jamie Oliver’s “punchy jerk rice” has been called out as cultural appropriation, with people quick to point out last week that the celebrity chef’s microwavable interpretation of Jamaican..
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Jamie Oliver hits back after he was accused of cultural appropriation over 'jerk rice' dish 

jamie oliver hits back after he was accused of cultural appropriation over 'jerk rice' dish 
TV chef Jamie Oliver has defended calling his new product 'punchy jerk rice' in the face of London MP Dawn Butler's criticism that the Essex-born chef is appropriating Jamaican culture.
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From cultural commentators to the general public, Madonna's tribute to Aretha Franklin did not sit well with others.
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Jamie Oliver in cultural appropriation row over his new 'jerk rice'

jamie oliver in cultural appropriation row over his new 'jerk rice'
The row over Jamie Oliver's new product started yesterday when London MP Dawn Butler tweeted him saying 'your jerk rice is not ok'. Levi Roots and Rustie Lee went on TV to discuss.
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Jamie Oliver accused cultural appropriation by Dawn Butler MP over Jerk Rice Levi Roots Rustie Lee

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The row over Jamie Oliver's new product started yesterday when London MP Dawn Butler tweeted him saying 'your jerk rice is not ok'. Levi Roots and Rustie Lee went on TV to discuss.
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Jamie Oliver is accused of 'cultural appropriation' by Labour MP

jamie oliver is accused of 'cultural appropriation' by labour mp
Dawn Butler, the MP for Brent Central in north west London, called out Jamie Oliver on Twitter for his jerk rice yesterday evening.
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