Nick Cannon is at his wit’s end over his anti-Semitic comments and his apology for them — he clearly feels he’s in a no-win situation, and now some fans are concerned about his well being.“The Masked Singer” host let his frustrations out Thursday night, saying … “I hurt an entire community and it pained me to my core, I thought it couldn’t get any worse. Then I watched my own community turn on me and call me a sell-out for apologizing.”He added … “Goodnight. Enjoy Earth.”
An hour later, he followed that up, tweeting … “Y’all can have this planet. I’m out!”As you know … Nick came under fire for pushing anti-Jewish rhetoric on his “Cannon’s Class” podcast, which resulted in ViacomCBS dropping him. Instead of apologizing, he initially stuck to his guns and was defiant.But he changed his tune after a discussion with Rabbi Abraham Cooper, and posted a lengthy apology for his “hurtful and divisive words.”
Nick’s frustration is clear from his Thursday night tweets — after initially getting backlash for the anti-Semitic remarks, he’s now getting backlash for apologizing. It’s interesting … you could read the apology backlash as a reflection of just how much anti-Semitism there is out there.Some fans online took Nick’s tweets as a sign he might harm himself.As we reported, Nick had a follow-up face-to-face meeting with Rabbi Cooper Thursday night, but the social media trolling is obviously weighing heavily on him.