ViacomCBS has recently released a statement announcing that they’ve decided to terminate Nick Cannon. Nick cannon has been apart of the ViacomCbs team for 15-years. But due to Anti-semitic comments, he made on his “Cannon’s Class” podcast. Viacom decided to immediately cancel his classic show "Wild N Out".
Cannon had a conversation with Former Public Enemy group member Professor Griff, Nick Cannon stated that “It’s never a hate speech, you can’t be anti-Semitic when we are the Semitic people,” Cannon said. “When we are the same people who they want to be. That’s our birthright. We are the true Hebrews.”
After the Podcast was aired, Viacom decided to part ways with Nick. The firing of Nick Cannon became a trending topic. Cannon felt compelled to speak to his fans, he wrote, “No hate in my heart nor malice intentions” and doesn’t condone hate speech. He also said that he holds himself “accountable for this moment” and takes full responsibility for his actions.
Nick Cannon wants all the ownership of “Wild N Out” as well as an apology. His voice did not go unheard, because Ceo of Revolt P Diddy, reach out to Nick cannon stating that he should bring “Wild N Out” to his Revolt “Black Owned” platform.
I love this article. It shows how Nick Cannon was wrongfully terminated. I support Nick Cannon because what he said wasn’t hate speech. He made a statement about being anti-semitic. Not once did he say I hate Jewish people because of this or that. The statement he made may have been a little harsh but anti-semitic means having hate for the Jewish Community. He not once indicated hate for them. VH1 is the real losers here. I hope he does get full rights to the show.ReplyDelete