Dolly Parton has won praise after she revealed that she invested $10m of her song royalties into a black neighbourhood in Nashville.
The country music icon invested the money she earned from Whitney Houston's 1992 version of her 1973 song I Will Always Love You.
Speaking to Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live, she said, "I bought a property down in what was the Black area of town, and it was mostly just Black families and people that lived around there,"
She added, "And it was off the beaten path from 16th Avenue, and I thought, 'Well I am going to buy this place, the whole strip mall.’ And thought, ‘This is the perfect place for me to be,’ considering it was Whitney."
Parton, who "spent the money on a complex". called it "the house that Whitney built".
The singer has been widely praised on Twitter, with playwright Bonnie Greer commenting, "This is how you do #reparations," while other users said, "Dolly Parton is a national treasure,", "She is what it means to be a star."