While Nick Cannon tries to please his kids, he’s often in the middle of the boulevard controversy. In July 2020, he faced violent setbacks for making anti-Semitic statements in his podcast. Speaking to rapper Professor Griff (who was expelled from the public enemy in 1989 for anti-Semitic statements), Cannon said, “You cannot be anti-Semitism if we are the Semitic people. If we are the same people they want to be. That is our birthright. We are the real Hebrews. ”
Viacom, owned by Nickelodeon, promptly responded with a public apology and ended the 20-year partnership with the Wild ‘N Out Host. Cannon took to Twitter to apologize. “First of all, I sincerely apologize to my Jewish sisters and brothers for the hurtful and divisive words that came out of my mouth during my interview with Richard Griffin,” he said. tweeted. He said he was looking for advice from rabbis and eager to learn more about Judaism.
While his career with Nickelodeon appears to be over, Cannon’s tenure in Hollywood isn’t over yet. At the time of writing, Cannon remains the presenter of Fox’s hit TV series The Masked singer and keep talking about social issues that are important to him.