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Nick Cannon could possibly reconcile his relationship with ViacomCBS. Two months after Cannon’s contract with the media company was terminated, a response to the situation by an executive at ViacomCBS may open the door for the two sides to reunite. According to Variety, Chris McCarthy, president of entertainment and youth brands at ViacomCBS, spoke about…

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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 fired back at Viacom after his show “Wild N Out” was fired by ViacomCBS for what the company called “anti-Semitic” views he gave during his podcast, “Cannon’s Class.” During the podcast, which featured rapper Professor Griff, Cannon said, “[Blacks] are the same people who they want to be. That’s our birthright. We are…

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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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Host, comedian, and actor Nick Cannon is headed to daytime TV. Today, Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury announced a deal to have the multi-talented Cannon host a new, nationally syndicated daytime talk show next year. The entertainer caught the attention of the media company who produces “The Wendy Williams Show” after he guest-hosted with the talk show phenom.…

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Nick Cannon’s “Wild N Out” changed the face of comedy when it was introduced on MTV in 2005. However, comedy has changed tremendously over the past 14 years since the show made its debut. For instance, social media was not as entrenched in our lives as it is today. To be discovered, most young comics…

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Nick Cannon got “a little emotional” when he spoke to Wendy Williams about her illness. The “Wild ‘N Out” star, who suffers from lupus, has stepped in to guest host the 54-year-old presenter’s eponymous talk show for a few days while she takes an extended hiatus. Williams is currently suffering from complications with Graves disease. Cannon admitted…

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Cardi B will teach “Ho Etiquette” in a new comedy sketch show. The stripper-turned-rapper — who welcomed daughter Kulture, her first child with husband Offset, into the world last month — has teamed up with “Wild ‘N Out” star Rip Michaels for his new show “Off the Whip” for which Cardi has filmed a number…

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Singer Azealia Banks has developed a reputation in pop culture as a certified keyboard ganster, where she has intentionally started verbal warfare with virtually every relevant urban artist. And because folks think she intentionally uses beefs to remain relevant — as she is known more for her outbursts than her music — some can’t help…

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