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Nick Cannon's Interview with Professor Griff

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Here we have the audio of Nick Cannon's controversial discussion with Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Professor Griff. Nick Cannon has pulled down this video from his YouTube channel but we all know YouTube would have flagged and deleted it anyway, on the basis that the conversation between he and Professor Griff was considered "Hate Speech." We know this because we as content creators have had our own videos flagged and removed from YouTube for less and once you're placed in the infamous "Hate Speech" category, it's pretty much a wrap for that particular content and if you have repeated offenses, you can expect to get your whole account banned.

These are tools used to silence spectators and so-called "Conspiracy Theorists" which we know is really a term used to belittle, discredit and undermine anyone who speaks against popular belief, especially when it comes to government and politics. The public has a right to hear both sides of the story so people can form their own opinions and this is why we are sharing the audio with you. Nick Cannon was under immense pressure to change his tone, apologize and submit to "The Powers That Be" and for those who heard about his alleged racists/anti-Semitic comments, we present to you the original audio from that very discussion, that has since gotten Nick Cannon publicly scrutinized and let go of by media giant ViacomCBS.

We will be airing a follow-up show tonight at 10:00 PM Eastern Time, to discuss Nick Cannon's discussion with Professor Griff, his social media rant, his troublesome comments that most perceived as suicidal, his apology tour and his newly released conversation with Rabbi Abraham (link for tonight's discussion listed below). Let's get real!

Link for follow-up show: http://tobtr.com/11781170

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