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Gabrielle Union is totally fine with you not seeing ‘Birth of a Nation’ amid sexual assault controversy

After months of intense advertising, the film brought in a measly $7.1 million in ticket sales, not doubt related to the fact that the director, writer, producer, and star hasn't been able to escape a sexual assault controversy from his past.
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