Diddy might’ve extended Nick Cannon an invite to Revolt TV after ViacomCBS dropped the Wild ‘N Out host for making anti-Semitic comments on his podcast, but 50 Cent had something else in mind.
On Instagram today (July 16), the mogul teased a new Starz show he started with comedian Michael Blackson titled Out Wild to purposefully sound like Cannon’s longtime comedy improv show. “It’s kinda like a show that got cancelled. LOL,” he wrote in the caption.
In the June 30-dated episode of Cannon’s Class, the famed TV show host interviewed former Public Enemy member Professor Griff and discussed anti-Semitic theories about the Rothschild family and Black people being the “true Hebrews.”
“I want the same deal Nick had with Viacom modasucka,” Blackson commented on the rapper’s secondary post that featured a short promotional video the Ghanaian actor voiced, to which the “In Da Club” hitmaker responded, “No problem my brother” with the hushed emoji.
After being dropped by the network, Cannon took to Facebook yesterday (July 16) to pen a letter that explained how the ViacomCBS parent company made an “an example of an outspoken black man” following his 20-year tenure, which he detailed at length. He demanded “full ownership of my billion dollar ‘Wild ‘N Out’ brand that I created” before requesting an apology at the end.
He has since apologized to the Jewish community on Twitter for the comments he made on his podcast.
Check out 50 Cent’s Out Wild show promos below.