Nick Cannon Fired After Calling Whites “Closer to Animals”, Anti-Semitic Comments

ViacomCBS has ended a decades-long relationship with Nick Cannon following anti-Semitic comments on his podcast and YouTube channel.

Now Cannon is claiming ownership of his MTV and VH1 series Wild ‘N Out alleging that ViacomCBS “swindled” the show away from him.

In a nearly 1,500-word Facebook message posted this morning, Cannon writes, “I created a billion-dollar brand that expanded across a multitiered empire that is still Viacom’s biggest digital brand, touring business, talent discovery and incubation system and successful restaurant franchise. Based on trust and empty promises, my ownership was swindled away from me. For Viacom to be so deceptive is no surprise; they have been mistreating and robbing our community for years, underpaying talent on their biggest brands like Love & Hip Hop, all of BET programming and of course, Wild ‘N Out.”

Sean Combs tweeted a job offer to Cannon after the firing.

Source: Deadline


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