Nick Cannon Calls the Energy in the Entertainment Industry “Dark & Demonic” (Part 4)

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In this clip, Nick Cannon details his experiences seeing sexual misconduct in the entertainment industry. Nick spoke of a dark and demonic energy that permeates the entertainment industry, and these allegations are bringing that to light. He talks about the way that men in power manipulate people who are desperate for an opportunity to do anything in order to achieve their [men in power] goals. But Nick also stated that the flip-side is just as prevalent with people dying for an opportunity catching up a person in power to achieve their goals.

Nick Cannon also discussed the way that race factors into the sexual assault allegations that are raining down, in particular, how those allegations impact the hip-hop community. He brings up the idea masculinity is performed in hip-hop and how that relates to the way men interact with women.


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eChoiceInterviewMedia BuzzNewNews | Published 1:15 amThu, December 14, 2017 | By hiphop
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