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Last summer, Virgil Abloh accepted a promotion to a new position within Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy that catapulted him to be the highest-ranking Black executive in luxury. When word broke of his death, artists across genres started sharing their condolences and tributes started pouring in. It came as even more of a shock since Abloh died of cancer, after a battle the public had no idea he was fighting. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.
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