Nick Cannon, who was once the host of America’s Got Talent, is not just a run-of-the-mill public figure without anything controversial to say. It appears as if the Georgian Court University had to learn the hard way due to his recent performance that left university administrators upset.
On the 30th of September, Cannon performed at Georgian’s homecoming ceremony in Lakewood, New Jersey, and apparently, his concert was so offensive that administrators asked for an apology.
In a Twitter post which you can see below, Nick shared Dr. Joseph R. Marbach’s statement which said Cannon’s act “blatantly” disregarded the agreement they came to and violated their contract as well as their core principles.
I ain’t apologizing for Shit LOL… wait, I’m sorry your university doesn’t believe in freedom of speech!!! pic.twitter.com/laTiF8ZNEt
— Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) October 4, 2017
According to the president of the University, Nick’s act crossed the line in a big way, and his choice of words didn’t “represent (their) Mercy core values.”
However, the official didn’t share what Nick had to say, but they demanded an “official apology” from the artist as well as from his representatives.
In his post, he said, “h*ll no” to the school because it’s not his “fault that the campus doesn’t believe in the freedom of speech.”
No one knows what Nick said yet, but perhaps an attendee will post parts of his performance to social media so fans can figure out what terrified the faculty so much. Many on social media were on Team-Cannon, with one fan writing, “Nick, good work on taking a stance. When a comedy is censored, it’s the end of the world. You rock.” Another person wrote, “LMAO, I was at the show and had a blast.”