Nick Cannon has broken his silence after his apology for his comments about the Jewish community. Nick posted a series of tweets apologizing to his Jewish brothers and sisters for his “ hurtful and divisive words. ” Nick said, “They reinforced the worse stereotypes of a proud and magnificent people and I feel ashamed of the uniformed and naive place that these words (came) from.”
After posting these apologies and being fired from ViacomCBS, Cannon faced a lot of backlashes, and on Friday, July 17 reacted in a Tweet.
Diddy Invites Nick Cannon to Join Revolt TV Following ViacomCBS Dismissal: ‘We Got Your Back’ Diddy is helping out his friend Nick Cannon. Several Member of the cast from the popular tv series “ Wild N Out” also voiced their support of the man that in many cases helped launch their careers