'Wrong side of history'

Actor and TV host Nick Cannon has struck back at ViacomCBS, hours after he was dropped by the media giant for making anti-Semitic comments on his podcast. Cannon has asked for ownership of his MTV and VH1 series “Wild ‘N Out,” as well as an apology from the company.

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