Diddy invites Nick Cannon to join Revolt TV following his sack

Diddy invites Nick Cannon to join Revolt TV following his sack

- Diddy has invited his friend Nick Cannon to join his black-owned Revolt TV after being fired from ViacomCBS

- ViacomCBS will be ending its long-time relationship with Nick following anti-Semitic remarks he made during a podcast

- Diddy took to Instagram to let Nick know that he is welcome to join the Revolt TV network

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Diddy says his mate Nick Cannon is welcome to join his black-owned Revolt TV network after he was fired by ViacomCBS.

According to this week's news reports, ViacomCBS was highly unimpressed following an airing of Nick's podcast which included some controversial anti-Jewish content.

Diddy has reached out to welcome the US media personality to his TV network instead. The media mogul took to Instagram to let Nick know that he supports him fully.

Diddy said on Wednesday, July 15, that the only way blacks can change the narrative, educate and uplift each other is if they do it together.

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"Nick, my brother, I am here to support you fully in any way you need. What we are not going to do is turn our backs on our brothers and sisters when they challenge the system.⁣

⁣"Come home to @REVOLTTV, which is truly black-owned! We got your back and love you and what you have done for the culture."

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Billboard.com reports that in the June 30 episode of the Cannon’s Class podcast, Nick mentioned that black people are the "true Hebrews" and discussed anti-Semitic conspiracy theories about the wealthy Rothschild family.

Diddy Invites Nick Cannon to Join His Revolt TV Following Firing
Diddy has invited Nick Cannon to join his Revolt TV following firing from ViacomCBS. Image: Instagram/ @diddy
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According to Billboard.com, Nick took to Facebook to defend himself after he was fired by ViacomCBS for the remarks. The actor also demanded "full ownership of my billion-dollar Wild ‘N Out brand that I created". He asked for an end to "the hate and back-door bullying" and an apology.

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In other celeb news, Legit.ng reported that Will and his wife Jada Smith seem to have decided to work on their marriage of 23 years.

The power couple is reportedly spending some family time at the Albany resort in Bahamas together with their daughter, Willow.

The vacation comes after Jada confirmed to her action star husband on her Facebook show Red Table Talk that she had cheated with 27-year-old singer August Alsina. They flew out of the US to the Bahamas shortly after filming the show's latest episode where they addressed August's claims.

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