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Nick Cannon reportedly will fight back against Viacom. The creator of “Wild ‘N Out” is set to sue Viacom for $1.5 billion, according to reports by The Shade Room. If Cannon wins the lawsuit, he reportedly plans to use the “money from the suit to invest in better education in underserved communities, as well as creating…

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Nick Cannon‘s talk show will not debut this year amid the controversy surrounding his anti-Semitic comments. The 39-year-old TV star was set to star in his very own talk show in September this year, but the launch date for “The Nick Cannon Talk Show” has now been pushed back, reportedly due to the fallout from…

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Nick Cannon is taking a break from his radio show. The 39-year-old star is taking “some time away” from “Nick Cannon Mornings” on Meruelo Media’s KPWR-FM Power 106 to “commit to deeper, more thorough reflection and education” following a backlash over anti-Semitic comments he made on his “Cannon’s Class” podcast last month. He tweeted: “Morning…

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“Wild ‘N Out,” one of the most successful shows in the history of MTV, is no more. Nick Cannon was immediately terminated by MTV’s parent company, ViacomCBS, after he refused to adequately apologize for what has been characterized as anti-White and anti-Semitic rhetoric on his podcast while interviewing former Public Enemy member Professor Griff. Cannon…

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Major media outlet CNN has fired perhaps one of its most well-known Black commentators, Marc Lamont Hill.  On its website, an unidentified CNN spokesperson states “Marc Lamont Hill is no longer under contract with CNN.” Hill was speaking at the United Nations for as part of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of…

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