Nick Cannon Believes Eminem Is a ‘Product’ of Institutional Racism

Nick Cannon Believes Eminem Is a ‘Product’ of Institutional Racism

2020-02-08T08:55:36+00:00February 8th, 2020|

The Nick Cannon and Eminem saga continues.

Cannon sat down with DJ Vlad for an interview on Friday (Feb. 7) to speak about his feud with Slim Shady. At one point, Vlad brings up the Wild ‘N Out host’s decision to sample an unreleased Em track from the ’90s that finds him disparaging black women when he raps, “Black girls are bi—es, black girls are dumb.”

Cannon believed the jarring rhymes to be “beyond racist.” “If you listen to the entire song, it’s clearly a song where he’s blatantly disrespecting black queens,” he said. “Not beating around the bush, what he said is, ‘Black girls are bi—es, black girls are dumb. They only want your money.'”

The 39-year-old scoffed at Eminem’s previous apology for the ordeal, which he chalked up to a bad breakup at the time. “He’s sorry for his individual racism, definitely, I believe he’s sorry for saying the things he said when he was younger,” Cannon explained. “But he’s not sorry for institutional racism, because he’s a product of it.”

Nick Cannon fired an array of disses in Eminem’s direction, but the Detroit titan didn’t take the bait and offer up a response this time around. Find Nick’s thoughts on Em below.