Nick Cannon Planning To Sue Viacom For $1.5 Billion Over 'Wild 'N Out'


Nick Cannon is reportedly planning to sue Viacom for $1.5 billion after the community dropped him final month over anti-Semitic feedback.

Since he was dropped, Cannon has been demanding the rights to his MTV present Wild ‘N Out — a present he created.

In line with info obtained by the Shade Room, Cannon is suing Viacom for $1.5 billion.

“It’s simply that easy, Wild ‘N Out belongs to Nick!” his staff informed the outlet. “The present was created by Nick Cannon along with his concept and authentic thought. Wild’N Out has introduced billions of {dollars} in income to Viacom since 2015. And Nick deserves and has earned every part it’s price.”

Cannon’s staff continued, “If Viacom believes in progress, equality, schooling, then Viacom will do what is correct and pay Nick what they owe, and provides him his $1.5 billion model.”

Twitter thinks that if Cannon created the present, he needs to be given the rights. MTV shouldn’t be allowed to revenue off his creation after dropping him.