Nick Cannon Welcomed Cancellation of Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talk”

Nick Cannon

Nick Cannon, overwhelmed that Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talk” has been removed from social media. To Nick Cannon, the show is toxic.

The presenter of “Masked Singer” welcomed news that appeared on his program. Will Smith smacked a comedian when Rock made mockery of Jada’s baldness at the Oscars of 2022, according to Cannon, who claimed that if there hadn’t been “Red Table Talk,” Smith would not have done so.

Almost in 2020, The “Wild ‘N Out” presenter argued that Pinkett Smith and he brought their relationship problems to the show “table” when they began to talk about the starlet’s “entanglement” with musician August Alina.

Nick Cannon Slams The Toxic Show

Cannon remarked about lack of interest about all these weird things, to his radio program co-hosts alongside that of the very couple’s royalty before revealing their undisclosed union.

Cannon also stated that he is just focused on his affairs and doesn’t want to get involved in the kitchen with anyone. He urged not to make him part of any useless matters.

Abby De La Rosa, a mother of three children from Cannon, disagreed with him and warned him to not criticize the show “toxic table.” She found the table to be honest. They continue to be royalty. It seems human, as though they are also human. It appears comprehensible according to De La Rosa. Like the remaining of us, they are trash.

The dad of twelve punched back after the woman of 32 said that she intended to get herself on the red table. He himself denied going over the table. The discontinuation of the show was caused by a dispute between Jada and Adrienne Banfield-Norris. The scandal did not affect Pinkett Smith and Smith’s open union, and the two are both parents of Jaden Smith.