Nick Cannon Calls For Men To Step Up & Stop Treating Women Like “Second Class Citizens”

Things got heated during a recent episode of ’s video series “Cannon’s Class.” He and Roc-A-Fella co-founder Dame Dash tackled topics adjacent to the Surviving R. Kelly documentary, which stirred up plenty of emotions.


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

He also copped to the blatant misogyny in his 2003 collaboration with R. Kelly, “Gigolo,” and says this issue ultimately comes down to the way women have been treated for eons.

Cannon blamed the fragile male ego for the position society is in and insisted he’s going to speak up from now on.


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