The day after ViacomCBS announced their decision, Cannon responded in an extensive Facebook post where he demanded full ownership of Wild 'N Out, a popular hip hop-based improv series that he created and stars on, and apologized to the Jewish community. He has since apologized and the podcast has been deleted from YouTube for violating the website's terms of services.
"First and foremost I extend my deepest and most honest apologies to my Jewish sisters and brothers for the hurtful and divisive words that came out of my mouth during my interview with Richard Griffin", he wrote.
Hostin said she was "disappointed" by Cannon as well as DeSean Jackson, the National Football League star who recently uploaded and then deleted anti-Semitic Instagram posts referring to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
We are sending our condolences to Ryan Bowers' loved ones, and also our positive thoughts to Nick Cannon. She called Cannon and Jackson's actions "unacceptable", adding that "they do need to be held accountable". "At the same time, he also made really good points about racism and issues we're going through as a country and hearing that as college students really hit us". "Time will tell if Nick truly recognizes the error of his way into anti-Semitism, or if he's just pacifying us".
Fellow co-host Joy Behar expressed frustration that "Jews have always been the go-to scapegoat in the world over the centuries, it's enough already". The media mogul took to Instagram that he has lost a friend to suicide just days after he hinted that he wanted to take his own life. However, after facing backlash from Cannon's supporters, the rapper removed the Instagram post and made his account private.
"While comedy often explores serious social issues in ways that are fun and thought-provoking, Mr. Cannon's act crossed the line", Marbach wrote.
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Cole said those students would likely be sent outside of high school, and said a couple of churches have already stepped up. New Jersey was allocated just over $310 million, which was distributed among its 584 public school districts.
"I will not be bullied, silenced, or continuously oppressed by any organization, group, or corporation", Cannon said.
"It's never hate speech".
American radio host Charlamagne tha God, whose real name is Lenard Larry McKelvey, defended Cannon on his show "The Breakfast Club" by further perpetuating the common anti-Semitic claim that Jews controlled the media.
"I must apologize to my Jewish Brothers and Sisters for putting them in such a painful position, which was never my intention, but I know this whole situation has hurt many people and together we will make it right", he wrote.
He said on air, "Listen, Nick is my guy".
"But also ... not to move forward saying, 'OK, I have to go back to my regular things, thank you for helping to give me a lifeline after this awful error.' That wasn't it". After waking up & barely rising from my own dark contemplation of continuing my physical existence on this planet, this powerful warrior actually had the balls to do it.