Nick Cannon Apologizes To Jewish Community Following Comments He Made On Podcast That Led To His Termination

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Nick Cannon spoke to the Jewish group Wednesday night time, issuing an apology for feedback he made that many felt have been anti-Semetic on his podcast “Cannon’s Class.”

His feedback, which led to his termination from ViacomCBS, described black individuals as being the true “Hebrews.” Nick additionally described white individuals as “savages” through the course of his dialog with former Public Enemy member Professor Griff.

Though Nick issued a form of an apology in a lengthy statement in response to his termination, Nick particularly issued an apology to his Jewish “sisters and brothers” for the feedback he made.

“At the beginning I prolong my deepest and most honest apologies to my Jewish sisters and brothers for the hurtful and divisive phrases that got here out of my mo9uth throughout my interview with Richard Griffin,” Nick started his apology, which was posted to his Instagram story.

“They bolstered the worst stereotypes of a proud and luxurious individuals and I really feel ashamed of the uninformed and naive place that these phrases got here from. The video of this interview has since been eliminated.”

Nick continued, “Whereas the Jewish expertise enompasses greater than 5,000 yearsand there may be a lot I’ve but to study, I’ve had at the least a minor historical past lesson over the previous few days and to say that it’s eye-opening can be an enormous understatement.”

Nick expressed his gratitude to the Rabbis and group leaders who reached out to assist enlighten him.

“I need to guarantee my Jewish pals, new and previous, that that is solely the start of my schooling–I’m dedicated to deeper connections, extra profound studying and strengthening the bond between our two cultures at the moment and each day going ahead.”

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