'Wild N Out' host Nick Cannon has now stepped out to offer his thoughts on DaBaby's homophobic comments controversy.
Boosie Badazz showed public support for the Rockstar hitmaker. Nick Cannon has now offered his own thoughts on the DaBaby controversy as well. First of all, I think not only in the Black community and Ive experienced it but definitely just men a lot of times, we have that ego. We believe apologizing is weakness when it actually takes great strength to step up to anyone and say, I was wrong,' stated Nick Cannon on The Breakfast Club. DaBaby apologized for his Rolling Loud Miami comments before he began doubling down on the idea that he had the right to say whatever he wants. The 29-year-old southerner later apologized again with an Instagram post, but that remorseful message has since been taken down from DaBabys IG page Last year, Nick Cannon had to publicly apologize for statements he made on his Cannons Class podcastthat offended the Jewish community. The rapper/actor decided to put his Wild N Out television seriesand his Power 106 morning radio show on hiatus after the backlash. Hes a fighter. Weve seen his back against the wall. Hes swinging. Hes swinging just so he could get out of it. We all have to accept emotions, expressed Nick Cannon about DaBabys defensive reactions to the criticism directed at him. Cannon continued, To say Im sorry, thats a self-proclamation. To apologize is an action. And to actually repent or atone is actually the next level because now youre trying to understand. Theres education involved with that. Theres actually community involved with that. The star of Drumline and Roll Bounce added, And thats the other thing too, where I challenge all these people who actually want to cancel somebody, and even specifically in DaBabys situation, lets use this as an opportunity for education. Because thats what happened in my scenario. Posted in