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    Nick Cannon is known for his acting and hosting MTV's "Wild N Out." Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images Nick Cannon said he does not "subscribe to monogamy" on "The Breakfast Club" radio show. He explained that it was the women he's in relationships with who lead and he is just "following suit."  Cannon also questioned why it's a big deal that his children don't have the same mother. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Nick Cannon said that he doesn't "subscribe to monogamy" when asked about his children with multiple women on "The Breakfast Club" radio show. The "Wild N Out" host and creator clarified to the hosts of "The Breakfast Club," Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy, about how he feels about relationships after the recent birth of his seventh child.  When Charlamagne said people "question" why the TV personality has...
    Charlamagne tha God speaks onstage Beautycon Festival Los Angeles 2019 at Los Angeles Convention Center on August 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. John Sciulli/Getty Images for Beautycon; Samantha Lee/Insider Radio host and media personality Charlamagne Tha God recently sat down with Insider.  He said that last year's accusations of antisemitism were a result of him being "culturally clueless to the Jewish culture." Read the entire profile here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In a new profile for Insider, radio presenter and media personality Charlamagne Tha God discussed the accusations of antisemitism he faced last year.  In 2020, Nick Cannon was fired from his job as the host of MTV's "Wild 'N Out" for making several antisemitic comments on his podcast "Cannon's Class." While discussing the incident on "The Breakfast Club," Charlamagne said Cannon's firing showed "what you can do when you have the power. And if there's one thing Jewish people have showed us, it's they have the power." Charlamagne told Insider that the incident was a result of him being "culturally clueless...
    RICHMOND — The Contra Costa District Attorney’s conviction integrity unit is reviewing whether to overturn the murder conviction of a Bay Area man in connection with a 1992 robbery and fatal shooting, after two key witnesses submitted sworn statements either recanting or changing their testimony. The unit will decide the fate of 46-year-old Ricky Godfrey, who was 18 when he was arrested and charged with murdering Harvey Norfleet in Richmond. Godfrey is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole in California State Prison, Solano, and has lobbied for years for a new trial. “I do realize that some and or many of you may have heard similar stories like mine’s, but let me be clear and assure you that my outcry is one of total sincerity,” he wrote in a statement that has since been published on a blog run by his wife. An office spokesman confirmed that the conviction integrity unit is conducting the review but said he couldn’t comment further because it is ongoing. Godfrey’s 1993 trial largely hung on the word of two eyewitnesses, one...
    Joe and Jill Biden's 2020 sendoff took an awkward turn on Thursday night after the couple's confetti cannon failed to go off live on air.  The president-elect and future first lady appeared on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve on ABC where they delivered a final message to Americans ahead of midnight.  Speaking to host Ryan Seacrest from their home, the couple congratulated essential and healthcare workers on their efforts during the pandemic and encouraged everyone to get vaccinated. Scroll down for video  Oops! Joe and Jill Biden's 2020 sendoff fell flat on New Year's Eve after their confetti popper failed to go off live on air  The two awkwardly struggled to pop the confetti cannon after wishing everyone a happy new year on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin Eve, but the party favor turned out to be a dud  'They did so much, they risked their lives. They've done so much for us, and we owe them, we owe them, we owe them,' Biden said.  'We're so grateful for everything they did. They left their families...
    The new normal: Overwhelmed morgues, crowded hospitals, older Americans stuck at home America’s abandoned diners, restaurants and supermarkets Jazz guard Justin Wright-Foreman apologizes for retweeting ‘Nick cannon said nothing wrong’ © Melissa Majchrzak/NBAE via Getty Images Nick Cannon said racist and anti-Semitic things. Jazz guard Justin Wright-Foreman retweeted “Nick cannon said nothing wrong. Everyone just sensitive and hates the truth”: Nick cannon said nothing wrong. Everyone just sensitive and hates the truth. — Zoya
    The behind-the-scenes action on “The Masked Singer” sometimes looks more like an episode of “Get Smart” than a top-rated talent competition series. Producers of Fox’s unscripted primetime hit go to great lengths to keep the identities of the celebrity contestants secret during production, “Masked Singer” host and executive producer Nick Cannon said during at wide-ranging interview with Variety that also touched on his previous gig as host of NBC’s summer staple “America’s Got Talent.” “We were dealing with quarantine before the coronavirus,” Cannon, 39, said of his work on “Masked Singer. “All of the secrecy is so inconvenient. Everyone is kept so separate in their own little areas. I can’t see the talent. They arrive in secret locations.” Cannon doesn’t know the identity of the celebrity sweating it out under the elaborate costume until it is revealed at the end of the wacky sing-off series. That’s partly because of the strict FCC rules that govern the competition elements of the series. But it’s also because Cannon wants to experience the show just as the audience does — trying to guess...
    The behind-the-scenes action on “The Masked Singer” sometimes looks more like an episode of “Get Smart” than a top-rated talent competition series. Producers of Fox’s unscripted primetime hit go to great lengths to keep the identities of the celebrity contestants secret during production, “Masked Singer” host and executive producer Nick Cannon said during at wide-ranging interview with Variety that also touched on his previous gig as host of NBC’s summer staple “America’s Got Talent.” “We were dealing with quarantine before the coronavirus,” Cannon, 39, said of his work on “Masked Singer. “All of the secrecy is so inconvenient. Everyone is kept so separate in their own little areas. I can’t see the talent. They arrive in secret locations.” Cannon doesn’t know the identity of the celebrity sweating it out under the elaborate costume until it is revealed at the end of the wacky sing-off series. That’s partly because of the strict FCC rules that govern the competition elements of the series. But it’s also because Cannon wants to experience the show just as the audience does — trying to guess...
    EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah (AP) - A child in Utah was critically injured when he was accidentally shot in the back of the head with a BB gun, authorities said. The 6-year-old boy and his 12-year-old brother were playing with BB guns at their Eagle Mountain home around 7:45 p.m. when older brother’s gun went off, the Utah County sheriff’s office said. The pellet “may have ricocheted, striking the younger boy in the back of the head,” Sgt. Spencer Cannon said. “It appears to be accidental. But it was a pump-style BB gun, and, depending on how much it’s been pumped, they can pack a little more punch than the regular BB guns,” Cannon said. The child was taken to the hospital by helicopter Monday. His current condition was not immediately available.
    (CNN)A St. Louis man has been charged with murder in the death of retired St. Louis police officer David Dorn, who was shot during a pawn shop burglary in last week's protests in the city. Stephan Cannon, 24, of St. Louis was charged with first-degree murder, first-degree robbery, first-degree burglary, three counts of armed criminal action and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm, Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner said in a statement released on Twitter Sunday.No bond is allowed for Cannon, Gardner said.Court documents show that as of Monday afternoon, Cannon has not had a court date set or an attorney appointed. Retired St. Louis Police captain killed after responding to a pawnshop alarm during lootingDorn, 77, was killed when he responded to an alarm at the pawnshop during the early morning hours of June 2, the St. Louis Police Department said last week. The retired officer was providing security for the store. About 55 businesses in the city were burglarized and had property damage that night, city Police Chief John Hayden told reporters last week....
    (CNN)Nick Cannon says his children are aware of police brutality and are fearful.Cannon recently spoke with "Access Hollywood" about his participation in demonstrations sparked by the death of George Floyd.Floyd, 46, died while in police custody after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin pressed his knee on his neck for nearly nine minutes during an arrest.Cannon recently traveled to Minneapolis to protest."I even got some pushback for this, which you know I don't care what people think about me or what they say about me, but I made a statement that my children fear police," Cannon told "Access Hollywood" about what he called the "stay alive" talk many black parents have with their children regarding interacting with police. "It's a real statement."Read MoreCannon shares nine-year-old twins Monroe and Moraccan with his ex-wife, singer Mariah Carey. He welcomed son Golden "Sagon" Cannon with ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell in 2017. View this post on Instagram When the whole squad Lit! A post shared by NICK CANNON (@nickcannon) on Mar 1, 2020 at 1:32am PST He said he tries to "teach fearlessness" to...
    A 24-year-old St. Louis man has been arrested in the fatal shooting of a retired police captain during a night of looting in the city last week, local prosecutors said Sunday. Stephan Cannon was charged with first-degree murder in the death of 77-year-old David Dorn, who was gunned down early Tuesday in front of a pawn shop he was trying to protect from looters, St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner said. Dorn’s last moments were apparently posted on Facebook Live, though the video has since been taken down. He was a friend of the pawnshop’s owner and would check on the property, including when its burglar alarm went off. Court documents state that Cannon was one of multiple people seen on surveillance footage entering the store and stealing TVs, local outlet Fox2Now reported. He then allegedly walked toward the street corner with a gun in his hand. “At the time the shots were fired, (Cannon) was the only person standing at that corner,” a probable cause statement reads. “Multiple plumes of smoke” could be seen coming from where Cannon was...
    CANNON BEACH, Ore. (AP) - As the coronavirus raced across America, this quaint seaside town did what would normally be unthinkable for a tourist destination. Spooked by a deluge of visitors, the tiny Oregon community shooed people from its expansive beaches and shut down hundreds of hotels and vacation rentals overnight. Signs went up announcing that the vacation getaway 80 miles (129 kilometers) from Portland known for towering coastal rock formations was closed to tourists - no exceptions. “It was unprecedented,” said Patrick Nofield, whose hospitality company Escape Lodging owns four hotels in Cannon Beach and abruptly laid off more than 400 employees in March. “We really went into survival mode.” TOP STORIES George Soros, 89, is still on a quest to destroy America Univ. of Alabama Birmingham professor instructs rioters on how to tear down monuments Pentagon chief Mark Esper reminds troops to stay out of politics as they hit D.C. streets Now, with summer looming and coronavirus restrictions lifting, the choices facing Cannon Beach are emblematic of those confronting thousands of other small, tourist-dependent towns...
    A 32-year-old St. Paul man was shot and killed without warning early Friday in the Highland Park neighborhood, according to murder charges filed Monday. James McKinley Cannon Jr. rode a bike to 1065 Otto Ave. to look for his girlfriend, who had arrived minutes earlier. Surveillance video showed him speaking with a man outside the home when they heard a voice, looked toward the home’s front door and Cannon suddenly was shot in the chest, according to a criminal complaint filed in Ramsey County District Court. Cannon got up and ran about one block west, where he was found by officers responding to the 12:20 a.m. shooting. He was taken to Regions Hospital and pronounced dead. Cannon’s girlfriend led police back to the Otto Avenue home, where officers spoke with the people inside and arrested 28-year-old Nathan Sims on a probation violation. Nathan Sims, 28, of St. Paul. (Courtesy of Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office) Multiple people at the home identified Sims as the likely shooter, although no one directly witnessed the shooting. According to the complaint, Cannon and his girlfriend...
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