Nick Cannon has spoken out about his attempts to persuade Kanye West to change his mind following his overtly anti-Semitic outbursts.
The father of twelve revealed he got in touch with the divisive rapper Kanye, "Kanye is saying some wild *, and I don't know if he really believes it," in a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times. The father of twelve also has his fair share of antisemitism issues.
The TV personality added, "I tried to talk to him. I tried to put him with leaders in the Jewish community. I think it's a lot more there. I just know he's in desperate need of help and love and people to not abandon him."
After going on an anti-Semitic rant on social media and in interviews in October, the Donda hitmaker was engulfed in a wave of crises.
The 45-year-old experienced a serious reaction; he lost many sponsorships, partnerships, and business transactions, and his fortune rapidly decreased.
Additionally, given that the firm will sell some Yeezys that are still unsold, Adidas may continue to pay royalties to its former collaborator West.
According to Sportskeeda, the parties had previously agreed to share 15% of the profits from each pair of shoes sold.
Contrary to speculations, the troubled CEO, Bjrn Gulden, remained silent on the subject. However, the CEO of the business had previously stated that the rapper would receive royalties for each pair of shoes sold.