Diddy offered Nick Cannon a job hours after being fired from ViacomCBS after making what the company says were anti-Semitic remarks on his YouTube show. In a tweet the rap mogul reached out to Nick saying "come home to @REVOLTTV truly BLACK OWNED!!!" Nick Cannon has yet to respond to Diddy's offer.
ViacomCBS split ties with the “Wild ‘n Out” host, after Cannon on his YouTube talk show "Cannon Class" called Black people the “true Hebrews” and had high remarks for the Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan.
Cannon has not explicitly apologized for his comments, he did however, post a very long Facebook post saying that his comments had "no malice intentions." A representative from ViacomCBS said the company is "deeply troubled that Nick has failed to acknowledge or apologize for perpetuating anti-Semitism, and we are terminating our relationship with him.” Nick has been in a business relationship with ViacomCBS since he was a teenager.
You can check out Diddy's tweet, reaching out to Nick Cannon to come to Revolt TV.
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