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Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be discussing "Cancel Culture" with a direct look into the recent controversy with Nick Cannon and his alleged "anti-Semitic" comments. Nick Cannon has since been let go of by ViacomCBS where some of his most notable work was done. Nick Cannon has since apologized and following his apology, ViacomCBS released the following statement “ViacomCBS condemns bigotry of any kind and we categorically denounce all forms of anti-Semitism” which leaves to question what will happen with MTV's hit show, "Wild 'N Out."
Fox has recently announced that Nick Cannon will be keeping his job as host of "The Masked Singer" following his apology. Since the recent controversy with Nick Cannon, there has been a lot of criticism from White America and Black America. The Jewish community is outraged at some of the statements Nick Cannon made and they have made their presence felt by bringing pressure where hit hurts, his pockets! We must ask ourselves was Nick Cannon being racist and even deeper, was he being anti-Semitic?
Since the pressure was brought to Nick, he has officially begun his apology tour which started on social media and has now made its way to "Cannon's Class." Nick's recently released discussion with Rabbi Abraham is a direct response to his discussion with Professor Griff. During this discussion, you can find Nick repeatedly asking for forgiveness from the Jewish community and even tells the Rabbi he loves him and he's his brother several times, which is never reciprocated. Rabbi Abraham even goes as far as repeatedly criticizing Minister Farrakhan and accusing the Minister of being anti-Semitic. This leaves Black America stunned, as they see one of their own folding and bowing down before their very eyes.
Of course you know we have a lot to say about this, so tune in tonight, because it's about to get REAL!