Nick Cannon Asked The Men To Step And Stop Treating Women As "Second Class Citizens"

HipHop News Posted on January 11, 2019 at 3:22am

Nick Cannon Asked The Men To Step And Stop Treating Women As "Second Class Citizens"

"We have to deal with this disease of the head. True leaders and Managers must step up and be MEN!"

Things heat up during a recent episode of Nick Cannon's video series "Canyon of the Class." He and Roc-A-Fella co-founder Dame Dash addressed issues adjacent to the Survivors of R. Kelly documentary, which sparked a lot of emotions.

On the heels of their conversation, the Cannon took self-reflection to a whole new level when he wrote a Instagram post condemning their treatment of women in the past, and the toxic masculinity that permeates the society. focused on the ad {

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He also touched on, with the evident misogyny in their 2003 collaboration with R. Kelly, "Gigolo", and says of this problem ultimately boils down to the way women have been treated for eons.

"After much personal reflection and meditation, I must be one of the first to admit that in my past I have DEFINITELY turned a blind eye to a lot of darkness in this industry," Cannon writes. "Let's stop beating around the bush and call it what it is. This entire industry was cr


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