Capitol Music Group announced it would be dropping the virtual rapper FN Meka from its label Tuesday, sending its ‘deepest apologies to the Black community for our insensitivity’ The virtual rapper was created in 2019 by Brandon Le and Anthony Martini, the founders of media company, Factory New. The company created the concept, which uses AI technology to create music, and it’s no longer available on music streaming platforms. After the deal was announced, social media users called it a ‘digital minstrel show’ and ‘clickbait’ that created a ‘narrative’ around the virtual artist’s fictional appearance. The creators said the backlash was a result of ‘click bait’ and that the ‘old model of finding talent’ is ‘inefficient and unreliable’ . . .