Fans Express Concern for Nick Cannon After His Latest Social Media Posts

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Over the past few days, Nick Cannon has faced backlash for anti-Semitic comments he made on his podcast, “Cannon’s Class.” Now fans are expressing concern after the actor and TV host sent out a series of social media posts that referenced leaving the planet.

“I hurt an entire community and it pained me to my core, I thought it couldn’t get any worse,” Cannon tweeted Thursday night. “Then I watched my own community turn on me and call me a sell-out for apologizing. Goodnight. Enjoy Earth.”

Thirty minutes later, he posted another tweet that read, “Y’all can have this planet. I’m out!”

Some Twitter users said they were worried about Cannon, especially after he uploaded a screen shot of one of the tweets on Instagram, and tagged his location as “Heaven.”

Many people sent out messages of love and encouragement to the The Masked Singer host.

“Take time for yourself.. you have committed to amplifying so many black women in executive roles in your companies, as well as all of the countless work that you have done/ do for Haiti! Give yourself Grace,” media personality Karen Civil responded.

“Nicholas Scott Cannon! Pull your head out of the dirt and put it back in the SKY! You are a KING! You have done so much for the culture!! They have turned against some of the greatest men and women in our lifetime! The moment you began to use your platform 2 learn and educate,” another person said.

Someone else replied, “Never back down when speaking truth and understand the risk that comes with it.”

“You are loved, you are valued, the world needs you,” someone else said.

On Friday, news broke that the launch of Cannon’s syndicated daytime talk show is being pushed back and it won’t debut this year as originally planned.

As Urban Hollywood 411 previously reported, the series is being produced by Cannon’s production company Ncredible Entertainment along with Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury. Lionsgate said in a statement Friday that it’s standing by Cannon, but won’t roll out the show until next year.

“The Nick Cannon talk show will not debut this year,” Lionsgate and Debmar-Mercury said in a statement. “After conversations with Nick, we do believe that his public comments don’t reflect his true feelings and his apology is heartfelt and sincere. We want to continue the healing process as he meets with leaders of the Jewish community and engages in a dialogue with our distribution partners to hear their views.  We are standing by Nick in our hope that by fall 2021 he will be able to use his extraordinary talent and platform to entertain, enlighten and unite his audience on the Nick Cannon talk show.”

This latest development comes after Cannon was fired by ViacomCBS, and he announced he is temporarily stepping away from his popular Los Angeles-based radio show.

Cannon has apologized several times on social media to the Jewish community since video of his comments went viral.

33 thoughts on “Fans Express Concern for Nick Cannon After His Latest Social Media Posts

    1. Go Speed Nick. Enjoy your trip

      This is some BS that Cannon cooked up to make people believe that he is actually.hurting and is remorseful n attention to gain sympathy. Cannon is a psychopath

      It’s BS

  1. You cannot effect change by removing yourself from the sphere of influence.
    The cancel culture CANNOT be allowed to win! EVER!

  2. He made the mistake of criticizing the one group you can never criticize. . .

  3. Seems to me, Cannon got a view of who he really is. He is a huge donor to the Democrat party, and apparently his support of them, led to his anti-Semitic remarks, very much like the cancel culture of the Nazis in their attempt to cancel the Jewish culture.

  4. This article epitomizes modern reporting. Take words spoken by a figure with a bias and focus on not the meat of the utterance but on the trailing Las cryptic syllables of the sentence. Like Oracle’s of old they try to divine meaning and protent.Why? In my opinion to lay down the initial seeds that Canon might be mentally unstable thus he can be forgiven for his antisemitic believes. This then allows the statements to remain in public discourse as basically “canon” ( no pun intended).

  5. He apologized to the Jewish community, but not to the white community for calling them “true savages” and “closer to animals”. What a racist POS

    Hey Nick, you dumb animal, the world doesn’t need you. If you’d like to leave it, there’s lots of us that would be happy to help you blast off.

  6. Wasn’t he in a boy band? Hurry up please and let us know if you need any advice.

  7. He should have just stuck to his statement. History shows he was telling the truth. “White” folks (not all of them) have indeed been savages. And the jew-ISH people are indeed frauds. “A coward dies a thousand deaths, a soldier dies but once.”

  8. Buh-BYE, Niccoleh. Now go avay lak a guud little schmeckel and kiss your momma’s popek.

  9. Ohh Boo the Eff Hoo. You wasn’t crying and crumbling when you hated on white folks, It was all good and funny to be the racists, right? Put your big boy pants on, admit you made a mistake, and you have changed your views, that is of course if you really did change your views. But don’t play the “oh pity me” card. this was of your own doing.

    Enjoy Cannon Planet, where ever that may be.

  10. And what about his comment he made in the SAME show, about how white people are defective?

    The anti semitism gets castigated and rightly so but anti white nonsense is accepted?

    Why should I care about the plight of black folks if the mainstream narrative is now that whites are defective and evil?

    Sorry, I’m too worried about preparing for an anti white pogrom to concern myself with the fight of another race. Want me to be an “ally”… treat me like an equal, not some defect. Otherwise you can go —- yourself!

    However, if BLM wasn’t so hostile and anti white, I’d be completely supportive of them and their efforts. We do need police reform, big time.

  11. Nick needs to realize that we live in a hypersensitive world where people are quick to be offended and slow to forgive. Quick to find fault and slow to be understanding or allow a difference of opinion. He needs to forget about not offending people because there will always be someone out there that will be offended at something. If I wear an Washington Redskins jersey, I will offend perhaps a native American. If I eat a Whopper or Big Mack, I may offend a vegan. If if I choose not support gay marriage, I may offend a gay person. I am not going to live my life worried about offending someone out there. The only way to prevent it completely is sleeping all day.

    Live your life Nick. If you seriously harm a person, apologize but in most cases, people just have to learn to deal with offense. That is part of being an adult. Handling adversity and opposition appropriately. It is not your job to make the life of everyone comfortable. Free speech means you are going to offend someone at some point during the day or week.

  12. Sounds like you better find a new “community”. Because, your current “community” are a bunch of ignorant idiots!

  13. Nick’s not going anywhere, just like all the other Hollywood libs that said they were leaving the country if Trump won and didn’t….he’s not going anywhere.

  14. Totally disappointed that this self-centered egotist has also damaged a fun show and the jobs of some fun, albeit “defective” judges. Hopefully the advertisers will demand an announcer less racist and we can get on with the show!

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