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Nick Cannon praises cancellation of Jada Pinkett Smith’s ‘Red Table Talk’ show ‘Toxic’

nick cannon Recently pointed out what he clearly believes to be the flaw in the Smith Family legacy.

The comedian, who recently welcomed her 12th child, publicly celebrated the cancellation Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talk” The series, which was scrapped alongside Facebook Watch’s original programming, was scrapped because they claimed “that poisoned table” ruined the couple’s Hollywood “royalty” status.

“If Wasn’t”red table talk,’ then he wouldn’t have slapped Chris Rock, he said during a segment of “Cannon Own”.the daily canonradio show earlier this week. “She was royalty, Will and Jada. Then they brought her to the table.”

,wild ‘n outThe host continued, “I don’t want to know all this nonsense about you guys.”

Cannon’s comment echoed the sentiment seen on social media over the past few years that Will and Jada Pinkett SmithThough successful as movie stars and darlings as a couple, were using the internet to inflate their vanity – airing their dirty laundry in public.

“I just want to focus on my black-owned business,” Cannon said. “I don’t want to be in everyone’s kitchen. Keep that shit to yourself.”

Jada discussed the infamous her “tangle” with a younger man with Will during an episode of the show in 2020, which Sad and distressed facial expressions go viral as memes, Then, in 2022, after a joke by Chris Rock about the “Set It Off” actor’s alopecia, Will slaps The Rock in front of millions On live TV at the Oscars.

“Too much honesty can get your ass slapped in the face,” Cannon said. “He remembered them all about my brother Will. He didn’t need to do that.”

However, Cannon has some unorthodox notions about the traditional family unit. He recently suggested that pop star Taylor Swift Can Be a Good Mother, If She’s Willing To – and said that he has “super sperm or something,

“Red Table Talk”, which premiered in 2018, intended to traumatize and triumph public figures to combat the stigma around mental health, As Pinkett Smith recently told ET was “one of the biggest aims” of the show.

It was created for “people to be in their humanity and not be ashamed of it,” she told the outlet. “And there is an opportunity to heal, an opportunity to improve, and an opportunity to share wisdom … a difficult experience that we can all learn from.”



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