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Nick Cannon In The News Again As He Tested Positive for Covid-19


Nick Cannon is back in the news again as he tested positive for Covid-19. It was confirmed yesterday that Nick has the symptoms of the Coronavirus and when tested, it was confirmed that he has the Covide-19 positive test.


After this report, it has been decided that he will not host the new season episodes of The Masked Singer until he gets recovered. For that particular duration, another American comedian, Niecy Nash will step in to host those starting episodes.

Here you can read more about Nick Cannon and the show “The Masked Singer”.

Apart from this, Nick Cannon was dropped from the hosting for WILD ‘N OUT after he passed some harmful and hateful comments. Due to the controversy over his anti-semitic comments he was fired from the program almost 7 months ago.

But now sources have confirmed that he is getting back to host Wild ‘N Out once again after he apologized for what he actually said. You can watch him again on the VH1 show after its 16th season will resume and the network also confirmed that Nick promised to be more careful next time about what he has to say.

Nick has taken full responsibility for his comments as well and he promised to educate himself on the issue. Moreover, it is said that he will engage himself with the Jewish leaders to show his commitment.


Another reason why Nick Cannon is in the news again is the decision made by more than 150 renowned people from the entertainment industry to counter the antisemitism and racism from the industry. All these people will be black and Jewish leaders from the industry.

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Nick will be part of this initiative which ensures that he was really apologetic in his previous comments and now he wanted to do some work that can show his commitment.

With Nick, there will be many more names who will be part of this team. Some of these names are Tiffany Haddish, Billy Porter, Herbie Hancock, Diane Warren, Sherry Lansing, and the list goes on. All these people have decided to launch the Black-Jewish Entertainment Alliance.


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