Nick Cannon stops at America’s Got Talent
Nick Cannon quits after eight seasons as the host of the tv show America’s Got Talent. This he reports in a detailed explanation on Facebook and Instagram.
Cannon heard that his bosses at the station NBC had considered him to dismiss due to making a racist joke in a comedyspecial Stand Up, Don’t Shoot that Friday was broadcast on the channel Showtime.
According to the directors committed Cannon a breach of contract and he brought in NBC and America’s Got Talent reputation damage with his cheeky jokes about the show and the candidates. The presenter is the this disagree.
“I’ve got a few days to think about the disappointing news that I resigned over the head hung as a result of a comedyspecial that was only meant to be communities to be brought closer together. I would be punished for my jokes”, starts Cannon in his story.
“I find it hard to cope and had this decision prefer not to take, but as man and artist, and a representative of my community I will not be silenced. I am nobody’s property. My dignity and integrity is not for sale.”
“I have spent the past eight seasons, an awful lot of fun to presenting America’s Got Talent. I saw talented and brave Americans their dream come true for millions of people. But I allow myself not to work with companies that try and take my freedom of speech to limit, and artists to censor.”