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“You Can’t Fire A Boss!” Nick Cannon Demands Viacom Give Him Rights to Wildin Out

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“You Can’t Fire A Boss!” Nick Cannon Demands Viacom Give Him Rights to Wildin Out

 ViacomCBS terminated its longterm business relationship with Nick after he propagated anti-semitic rhetoric on his podcast.

The podcast episode in question features Cannon interviewing Richard Griffin, better known as Professor Griff, who was kicked out of the infamous rap group Public Enemy in 1989, after doing an interview in the Washington Times, where he reportedly claimed that Jews were responsible “for the majority of wickedness that goes on across the globe.”

Throughout the interview Cannon engages in anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, asking why “we give so much power to the ‘theys,’ and ‘theys’ turn into illuminati, the Zionists, the Rothschilds,” — referring to the wealthy Jewish family often used as a dog whistle for anti-Semitism.

Viacom immediately fired Cannon.

The dismissal comes in the midst of an overwhelming amount of recent celebrity attacks against Jews, including Chelsea Handler posting

In a blog posted on The Hollywood Reporter, Kareem Adul Jabbar called out many celebrities for their “hateful attacks against Jews.”

These famous, outspoken people share the same scapegoat logic as all oppressive groups from Nazis to the KKK: all our troubles are because of bad-apple groups that worship wrong, have the wrong complexion, come from the wrong country, are the wrong gender or love the wrong gender. It’s so disheartening to see people from groups that have been violently marginalized do the same thing to others without realizing that perpetuating this kind of bad logic is what perpetuates racism.

While Cannon is still the host of the Fox singing competition show The Masked Singer, he took to social media to stand his ground and demand that Viacom give him the rights to Wildin Out.

He says he’s “deeply saddened” the company “misused an important moment for us to all grow closer together and learn more about one another” and claims it’s trying to “make an example of an outspoken black man.”

My hope and original goal was to use this moment to show healing and acceptance and prayed that Viacom would use their powers for good. Instead I am now receiving death threats, hate messages calling me an ungrateful Nigger and beyond. Viacom’s goal to keep me from providing for my family and lineage will be foiled. They can try to kick me while I’m down or force me to kiss the master’s feet in public for shame and ridicule, but instead I stand firm on my square with my fist in the air repeating my mantra, “You can’t fire a Boss!”.

Many people believe that on this particular issue that Nick is like Trump and sees his own way of truth.

Recently Chelsea Handler posted a anti-semantic speech by Louis Farrakhan to her 3.9 Million Instagram followers.

It’s pretty clear what’s going on here. The Black Lives Matter Movement has caused many to speak up and take a stand against the oppression of the black race.

Jews are said to be in charge of the entertainment industry and the World Order at large in the United States.

I know none of them have an intent to be racist. But people want answers, and one thing I’ve learned is that where there is smoke, there is fire.

Either way, Nick Cannon is wealthy and pretty smart. He will be okay.

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