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`Slave wages` in Bangladesh, Mountain Dew ad, Wyclef on Chicago violence: Chat Room

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On Thursday's Chat Room, Sun-Times Splash Editor Susanna Negovan, lifestyle consultant Rochelle Trotter and GDC anchor Anna Davlantes discussed Pope Francis calling the Bangladeshi wages "slave wages," a controversial Mountain Dew ad and pink breast cancer merchandise.

The ladies also discussed vegetarian menus at schools, Wyclef Jean's new song about Chicago violence and the dressing room requirements music's hottest diva, Beyonce.

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