Nick Cannon has accused ViacomCBS of being on the "wrong side of history" and is demanding full ownership of his Wild & # 39; N out show after he was released after he propagated anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and accused white people of podcasting has to be "bad". Rapy and true savages.
The 39-year-old made the remarks during an episode of his talk show "Cannon's Class" on June 30, in which he interviewed former public enemy Professor Griff, who was kicked out of the rap group in 1989, because he said the Jews are responsible for the majority of malice in the world.
During the discussion, Cannon, who hosted the MTV series "Wild N" Out "and" The Masked Singer "on Fox, said that" blacks "were the" true Hebrews "and also delved deeply into anti-Semitic tropics. It goes as deep as the Rothschilds, centralized banking, the 13 families, the bloodlines that control everything, even outside America. & # 39;
Cannon said the whites of the past were "wild" and "barbaric".
ViacomCBS cut ties with Nick Cannon after the actor was accused of spreading anti-Semitic conspiracy theories
Hate speech: In the episode of June 30, Cannon said blacks were the "true Hebrews" and spoke about the Rothschild family
"They are the ones who are actually closer to animals, they are the ones who are actually the real savages," he said.
Later in the podcast, he said, “You can't be anti-Semitic if we are the Semitic people. If we are the same people that they want to be. That is our birthright. We are the true Hebrews. & # 39;
During the more than one-hour podcast, the two discuss the controversial racial ideology of the Black-Hebrew Israelites and claim that black people are the true Hebrews and that Jewish people have stolen their identities.
Cannon opens the conversation and then moves on to a broader discussion about whites. "And I'll say that carefully …" – then it is claimed that people who don't have melanin are a little less.
He says that those without dark skin have a "deficiency" that has made them anxious and violent to survive.
"You had to be savages," Cannon said. Make sure Griff knew he was referring to Jews, Whites, and Europeans. & # 39;
After his podcast, the media giant announced on Tuesday that it would drop the 39-year-old for "promoting hateful speech" during the episode broadcast two weeks ago.
NICK CANNON DEMANDS BLACK PEOPLE ARE THE & # 39; TRUE HEBREWS & # 39; IN ANTI-WHITE AND ANTISEMITICAL RANT ON YOUTUBE TALK SHOW
Nick Cannon scolded the whites and delved into a discussion with former public enemy member Richard & # 39; Professor Griff & # 39; Griffin, in his YouTube talk show deep in anti-Semitic tropics.
Cannon responded to his dismissal in a long Facebook statement saying that he had not tolerated hate speech but refused to say he was sorry
Cannon claimed that white people in the past feared black people for their lack of skin pigmentation or melanin, which was associated with "compassion."
"The people who don't have [melanin] – I will say this carefully – are a little less … and where the term actually comes from … they may not have compassion when they were sent to the mountains of the Caucasus .. the sun then started to worsen them, so they act out of fear, they act out of low self esteem, they act out of a lack, "he said.
Therefore, they can only act badly. You have to rob, steal, rape, kill to survive.
"Well, those people who didn't have what we got – and when I say we're talking about the melaned people – they had to be savages. They had to be barbaric because they are in these Nordic environments …
"They act as animals, so they are the ones who are actually closer to animals. They are the ones who are the real savages.
The episode also included Griffin's farewell to Public Enemy in 1989, after the rapper himself was accused of anti-Semitism after saying that Jews were "evil" and responsible for "the majority of malice around the world." is going ".
Griffin argued that "Semitic" had nothing to do with white and that the Jewish people had stolen the black "birthright".
The couple claimed that black people were the true Hebrews and that Jews had seized their identities.
Cannon then went into anti-Semitic conspiracies and spoke of "going as deep as the Rothschilds, centralized banking, the 13 families, the bloodlines that control everything even outside America."
"It's never hate speech, you can't be anti-Semitic if we're the Semitic people," Cannon said.
"If we are the same people that they want to be. That is our birthright. We are the true Hebrews. & # 39;
Explanation: When he encouraged experts, clergymen or spokesmen to "healthier dialogue", he reiterated his intention to show "that we as beautiful human species have much more in common than differences".
The former member of the public enemy, Richard & # 39; Professor Griff & # 39; Griffin was kicked out of the rap group after saying in an interview in 1989 that Jews were "bad"
"ViacomCBS condemns bigotry of all kinds and we categorically denounce all forms of anti-Semitism," the company said in a statement.
& # 39; We have an episode of his podcast with Nick Cannon & # 39; Cannon & # 39; s Class & # 39; spoken on YouTube, which promoted hateful speech and spread anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
"While we support continuing education and dialogue in the fight against bigotry, we are deeply concerned that Nick has not recognized or apologized for the maintenance of anti-Semitism, and we are ending our relationship with him."
The former American Got Talent presenter has had a relationship with Viacom since his Nickelodeon days in the 90s.
The actor replied to his dismissal in a long Facebook statement saying he had not tolerated hate speech but refused to apologize.
"Everyone who knows me knows that I have neither hatred in my heart nor malicious intentions. I do not tolerate hate speech or the spread of hateful rhetoric. & # 39;
He added: "The black and Jewish communities have been subjected to enormous hatred, oppression and prejudice for thousands of years and have worked in many ways to overcome these obstacles."
In addition, Cannon called himself a "lawyer to ensure that people's voices are heard openly, fairly and openly".
"In today's conversation about anti-racism and social justice, we all – including myself – have to train each other and have unpleasant conversations. This is the only way we can ALL improve," continued the triple father.
Cannon was photographed in Times Square with protesters from Black Lives Matter last month when he held up a fist
When he encouraged experts, clergymen or spokesmen to "healthier dialogue", he reiterated his intention to show "that we as beautiful human species have much more in common than differences".
Cannon also clarified why his comments and statements did not include the words "sorry" and "sorry" at Fast Company.
& # 39; For me, excuses are empty. Are you forcing me to say the words "I'm sorry"? You make me bow, because that would maintain the same rhetoric we're trying to get away from, ”Cannon said.
He added: “What we need is healing. What we need is discussion. Correct me. I'm not telling my kids to say, "I'm sorry." I want them to understand where they need to be corrected. And that's how we grow. & # 39;