Not only has Kanye West chosen to run a joke Presidential campaign during a very crucial election, but while doing so he’s been spouting all kinds of his special brand of Absolut Bullshit™. He spoke with fellow mess, Nick Cannon, during a lengthy interview. Kanye used his time with Nick to deny that he’s a pawn of the GOP to help Trump’s campaign and wants everyone to know that he’s richer than Trump.
Nick Cannon has apologized not once, not twice, but as many times as Mariah Carey has reachable octaves, and still, ViacomCBS is standing firm to their decision to fire him last month after he promoted anti-Semitic conspiracy theories on his podcast, Cannon’s Class. Nick has been the host of Wild’N Out, the show he created in 2005, for 15 seasons. Nick fired back at ViacomCBS, saying he deserved an apology from them, for firing him without discussing where he was coming from, and he demanded they hand over the rights to his show. Well, ViacomCBS didn’t give Nick his show. And recently, rumors started popping up on the internet that Nick was planning to sue ViacomCBS for $1.5 billion for the rights to Wild’N Out. But Nick’s rep has come forward to kill that billion-dollar lawsuit rumor.
That dapper frog has such a worried look on its face, but don’t worry frog! Nick Cannon isn’t going anywhere. At least not anywhere as far as FOX is concerned. ViacomCBS is another story, as we already know. But Nick Cannon’s job hosting the televised fever-dream The Masked Singer is safe, regardless of how ViacomCBS responded to Nick’s anti-Semitic podcast comments.
Three years ago, Nick Cannon quit his job hosting America’s Got Talent, because he felt like NBCUniversal was censoring him. At that time, Nick released a stand-up special in which he joked that he couldn’t say what he really wanted to say, because – according to Nick – NBC didn’t want him to be too Black. Gabrielle Union is thinking, “Where is the joke though.” NBC reportedly wanted Nick to apologize for the joke, which he refused to do, and so he quit.
Nick has continued to speak without a filter, like when he said some collar-tugging shit about white people and the Jewish community during a recent episode of his podcast, Cannon’s Class. If Nick was expecting that his most recent employer, ViacomCBS, would negotiate like NBCUniversal did, well – he predicted wrong. Because ViacomCBS terminated Nick’s employment.
Eminem dissed longtime foe, Mariah Carey and her ex-husband, Nick Cannon in a rap song on Fat Joe‘s new album. This triggered Nick Cannon. He first dissed Em online, then he released a diss track–“The Invitation” featuring Suge Knight complete with video. Then he continued trolling on social media. Then 50 Cent got involved and defended Em. Then Nick tried coming for Fofty as well. While I have yet to see 50 Cent lose his mind on Nick like he did on LaLa Kent, Nick is still going after Eminem. Do you care about another Nick Cannon diss track? You do not, but Nick shit one out anyway.
I mean, pray for Nick, this is so desperate–I don’t think Eminem is worried about getting rolled up on by Nick Cannon and the crew of Wild ‘N Out. I don’t think Suge Knight would trust them to finish the job.
Mariah Carey and the nannies must be dealing with dem babies for the holidays, because Nick Cannon has a lot of free time on his hands to keep his beef alive with Eminem. Their ongoing feud reignited thanks to Eminem dissing Nick and Mariah in a rap he did for Fat Joe‘s new album. Well in response, Nick Cannon recorded a new diss track and it is terrible. And then 50 Cent got involved. Lets see if he goes full: 51-Fofty.