in a new report, the entertainer and producer is said to be suing his former partners for $1.5 billion over the rights to Wild 'n Out.
The iconic singer expresses her feelings on Instagram.
While much of the free world, perhaps including Cannon himself, knows it's a long shot, he still said he stands with 'Ye.
The Nick Cannon apology tour had officially kicked off. The now-former Wild 'N Out host, as of right now, paid a visit to the Museum of Tolerance, which was founded by a Holocaust survivor, after his anti-Semitic remarks during a podcast sparked outrage.
The entertainer says people have been calling him a "sell-out."
He breaks down the conversation he had with the media personality.
Cannon apologized and feels "ashamed" over remarks he made on his Cannon's Class podcast.
He accuses the company of lying and being oppressive.
Cannon was canned by VIacomCBS, the home to networks such as MTV and Nickelodeon.
Congratulations to Nick Cannon for graduating from Howard University last week.
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Orlando Brown has made a shocking claim on WorldStarHipHop regarding Nick Cannon. From Complex: “Fine, you want me to tell everybody? You want me to let everybody know? Okay, fine. Nick, I let you suck my dick,” Brown said. “I let Nick suck my dick… Everybody knows you did it as a female. But, Nick you […]