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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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The news of Russell Simmons stepping down from his businesses because of sexual harassment claims shocked hip-hop. Now rap legend Professor Griff from Public Enemy makes a startling claim about Simmons. According to Griff, Simmons went after girls and boys. Here is the graphic radio interview from the “Murder Master Music Show.”

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The Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, New York is a bowling alley/concert venue, and it was rocking with Public Enemy performing live alongside Professor Griff, D.J. Lord, and S1W. Starting with “Rebel Without a Pause,” the iconic group kept the hits coming, following up with “911 is a Joke”, and “Don’t Believe the Hype.” Chuck D. and…

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