Things obtained heated throughout a latest episode of Nick Cannon’s video collection “Cannon’s Class.” He and Roc-A-Fella co-founder Dame Dash tackled subjects adjoining to the Surviving R. Kelly documentary, which stirred up loads of feelings.

On the heels of their dialog, Cannon took self-reflection to an entire new stage when he penned an Instagram submit condemning his therapy of ladies up to now and the poisonous masculinity that permeates society.

He additionally copped to the blatant misogyny in his 2003 collaboration with R. Kelly, “Gigolo,” and says this difficulty in the end comes right down to the best way ladies have been handled for eons.

“After a lot self reflection and meditation, I’ve to be one of many first to confess that in my previous I’ve DEFINITELY turned a blind eye to loads of darkness on this trade,” Cannon writes. “Let’s cease beating across the bush and name it what it’s. This whole trade was established and constructed by evil and predatorily spirits and male chauvinistic habits. And because the latest media outrage pertaining to @RKELLY I’ve realized that the REAL difficulty at hand is the final word lack of care and disrespect for our QUEENS.”

Cannon blamed the delicate male ego for the place society is in and insisted he’s going to talk up any longer.

“For far too lengthy we have now handled ladies like second class residents, when surely they’re the supply, our core, and the Superior beings,” he continued. “But our insecurities, Egos, and lack of affection has tried to show in any other case. Therefore we have now SEVERAL instances the place we permit entertainers, executives, and day by day people abuse and mistreat our life bearers and exquisite equals.

“It isn’t any secret how males have misused their energy to control younger rising pop stars to seasoned hollywood actresses and everybody in between. I’ve personally witnessed it and can now not be silent about it.”

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#TBT After much self reflection and meditation, I have to be one of the first to admit that in my past I’ve DEFINITELY turned a blind eye to a lot of darkness in this industry. Let’s stop beating around the bush and call it what it is. This entire industry was established and built by evil and predatorily spirits and male chauvinistic behavior. And since the recent media outrage pertaining to @RKELLY I have realized that the REAL issue at hand is the ultimate lack of care and disrespect for our QUEENS. For far too long we have treated women like second class citizens, when in actuality they are the source, our core, and the Superior beings. But our insecurities, Egos, and lack of love has tried to prove otherwise. Therefore we have SEVERAL cases where we allow entertainers, executives, and every day individuals abuse and mistreat our life bearers and beautiful equals. It is no secret how men have misused their power to manipulate young emerging pop stars to seasoned hollywood actresses and everyone in between. I have personally witnessed it and will no longer be silent about it. It’s not dry snitching, it’s a paradigm shift. I’m not judging ANY man for his past or his private actions because I too am a guilty sinner of the blatant disrespect even in some of the statements in the song above. But From Individuals like Les Moonves, Harvey Weinstein, ‪Steven Tyler‬, R. Kelly, Elvis and others, I must say we have to deal with this sickness head on. The real leaders and Bosses must step up and be MEN! And I will be one of the first to say on behalf of all men, I am Sorry. Please consider an advocate, ally and student that needs guidance in an industry that was designed to take advantage of women. Let’s change it ALL immediately. And call it all to the table for our ignorance, wrong doings and disrespect. I apologize my Queens.

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Cannon added, “It’s not dry snitching, it’s a paradigm shift. I’m not judging ANY man for his previous or his non-public actions as a result of I too am a responsible sinner of the blatant disrespect even in among the statements within the track above. But From Individuals like Les Moonves, Harvey Weinstein, ‪Steven Tyler‬, R. Kelly, Elvis and others, I need to say we have now to cope with this illness head on. The actual leaders and Bosses should step up and be MEN!

“And I might be one of many first to say on behalf of all males, I’m Sorry. Please contemplate an advocate, ally and pupil that wants steering in an trade that was designed to benefit from ladies. Let’s change it ALL instantly. And name all of it to the desk for our ignorance, unsuitable doings and disrespect. I apologize my Queens.”

Cannon’s sentiments caught the eye of a number of of his friends, together with Russell Simmons who referred to as for a revolution. Despite the quite a few allegations towards Simmons, he maintains he has the utmost respect for girls

“All males can take accountability both we participated in, supported and reaped advantages of an unequal society or we sat by and watched as the female spirit was suppressed,” the Def Jam Recordings co-founder commented. “The essential factor is all males take accountability to create a brand new inclusive and equal society going ahead.

“This revolution or shift of consciousness is important  for the survival of our planet. But this trade is an instance or an enormous window. It is a mirrored image of all of our societies illness, all cultural spiritual authorities and enterprise show the identical.”

Nick Cannon Calls For Men To Step Up & Stop Treating Women Like "Second Class Citizens"

In a textual content message to GroovyTracks, Simmons was sure Hip Hop will prepared the ground.

“Male assist for the ladies’s revolution will come from Hip Hop,” he wrote. “It’s time for Hip Hop to take a job within the change. I didn’t see the documentary however R. Kelly is an instance of many black males within the hood.

“Remember we grew up admiring pimps. But don’t neglect whites grew up with cavemen hitting the ladies on the top and James Bond. Let’s see if we might be helpful and assist kick begin this revolution.”

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