Rapper, TV host and actor Nick Cannon expressed his disgust for Hillary Clinton and Planned Parenthood, claiming the two are inflicting the two are inflicting "real genocide" on the black community.
When Nick Cannon was interviewed at "The Breakfast Club: on New York's Power 105.1 FM, Cannon did not hesitate to say that he will never be a fan of Clinton and that he can never support abortion in America.
The host of the show, Charlemagne Tha God was saying that Cannon made Clinton lose when he told people not to vote. The host introduced Cannon as one of the reasons that President -elect Donald Trump is in the White House.
But Cannon was quick to point out that he was only responsible for his own words, and not for how people understand them. He claimed that his statement was that the presidential candidates don't respect the people's votes. The accusation is because of "Too Broke To Vote", a rap poem that Cannon released. In the poem, Cannon rejected the electoral process and the candidates.
"Nobody for President. That's my campaign slogan. We got money for wars but can't feed our homeless," were some of the claims Cannon made. He said his song was inspired by the black communities he has visited.
Further on in the interview, Cannon slammed losing candidate Hillary Clinton for her stand on abortion.
"Hillary was, think about all of the things they did with Planned Parenthood and all of that type of stuff. That type of stuff is to take our community and forget gentrification, it's real genocide and it's been like that for years. This system is not built for us. This is not our land. I appreciate it, I love it, wouldn't want to live anywhere else, but this wasn't designed for our people," he said.
Nick Cannon said he is speaking the truth because of his Christian upbringing. He was raised in a family full of leaders in the community so he felt the need to speak up. He goes on to allude from Luke 12:48 in the Bible when said that "to whom much is given, much is required." And he says that at the end of the day, he will use whatever platform is set before him to speak the truth.
He also related his perspective on how the media can sometimes spin the news to demonize men in domestic violence cases. While he acknowledged that there are many men at fault, he also claims that they should not be labeled as villains until their death, because everyone deserves a chance to repent.