Cee Lo’s reality show cancelled after “rape” tweets spark outrage
Former “The Voice” coach Cee Lo finds himself in the hot seat, after nonchalantly providing social media with a very controversial view on the definition of rape.
Due to the nature of the content and outrage Cee Lo’s comments garnered, TBS has decided to pull the plug on his reality show, “The Good Life.”
“The cable network has confirmed that it canceled the former “Voice” star’s unscripted series, which debuted June 23. The news comes days after Cee Lo Green rattled the Twittersphere during the holiday weekend with controversial, and since-deleted, comments about rape. “The Good Life” lasted six episodes, wrapping its run July 28.”
When will these stars learn that when it comes to social media, controversial subjects are off the table?
There has been no response from Cee Lo’s camp since his show’s cancellation. Do you think the network was justified in their reasoning for ending their partnership with the eccentric music star? – ruthie hawkins/@ruunanie