In light of the latest incidents, one can easily understand the complex relationship Nick Cannon has been sharing with Viacom lately. He was reportedly fired by viacomCBS last month.
He issued several apologies to compensate for the “anti-semitic” comments he made in his podcast and he managed to save his position successfully on The Masked Singer.
Cannon took to his social media to discuss the matter and has narrated how he met with “Dead silence” even after requesting several times for a reconciliation.
However, on the same matter, a Viacom spokesperson claimed that “It is absolutely untrue that Nick Cannon reached out to [Redstone].”
Things took a huge turn when he reportedly decided to sue Viacom for $1.5 billion, the estimated value of Wild’n Out. He helped the show go on on since the very beginning and he has also claimed that he put his own money to run the show smoothly from time to time.
One of Nick’s team members said “It is just that simple, Wild’n Out belongs to Nick! The show was created by Nick Cannon with his idea and original thought.” He further added “Wild’N Out has brought billions of dollars in revenue to Viacom since 2015. And Nick deserves and has earned everything it is worth.”