Nick Cannon has fans concerned for his wellbeing after he dropped a post with his location reading “Heaven” after the fallout from his anti-Semitic comments. The 39-year-old posted two alarming posts on Friday morning, one on his Instagram and the other on Twitter. In one of the posts, the “Masked Singer” host expressed his hurt over watching his own community “turn on” him after he issued an apology to the Jewish community for what he said which forced ViacomCBS to sever ties with Nick Cannon.
Tagging himself in “Heaven,” the former “America’s Got Talent” judge shared the cryptic post on his Twitter before reposting it to his Instagram. He started by saying he “hurt an entire community and it pained me to my core.” Following the backlash and fallout with ViacomCBS after a decades-long relationship, Nick Cannon continued by stating he didn’t think things could get any worse but it did.
“Then I watched my own community turn on me and call me a sellout for apologizing,” he added. Besides his Heaven tag, he concerned everyone with his sign-off.
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“Goodnight,” he wrote. “Enjoy Earth.” Mariah Carey‘s ex-husband then added a prayer hand emoji and a blue heart. Fans immediately flocked to his comment section to show their concern and support, including several A-listers like Cedric The Entertainer, and Ne-Yo.
Expressing his love for Nick Cannon, Ne-Yo wrote, “You’re no fool and you’re no coward. We’ve all made mistakes. Amazing how easily people forget that while in attempt to crucify someone else.” He also told Cannon this was is a test. “You’re too smart to not see the test, too aware not to know this is what GOD allows his strongest to endure.”
Cedric The Entertainer told the star to “Stand strong lil bruh, Trust your higher power, not everyone is hating.” He also encouraged Nick Cannon by commenting that “some of us deem you necessary!! This storm too shall pass. LIVE to tell the whole story ??❤️✊?.”
As The Blast reported, Nick Cannon declared he wasn’t going down without a fight. After losing his job as host of “Wild ‘N Out,” he said he wanted ownership of the show he helped create. The star also revealed he was receiving death threats.