Roland Martin has had just about enough of the reckless comments and sheer ignorance displayed by celebrities about race, politics and the upcoming election. Bow Wow and Nick Cannon are two of the latest misinformed celebrities the NewsOne Now anchor had to put on blast.
Earlier this week, Bow Wow published some rather foolish tweets about how his mixed race ancestry makes him unable to identify with the civil rights conversation; statements that Martin calls some of the “dumbest ish I’ve ever seen in my life.”
Here’s what Martin had to say in response to the former 106 & Park host:
He then provides a few examples of mixed race individuals who champion for civil rights, including President Obama and Ben Jealous, the former president and chief executive officer of the NAACP.
The lesson did not stop there.
Luckily, Bow Wow is all ears and agreed to chat with Martin offline for a deeper discussion:
But the drag didn’t stop there. Martin still had a little energy left for Nick Cannon, calling the America’s Got Talent host’s decision not to vote in the presidential election “asinine.”
Cannon told Germany’s Deutsche Welle News, at a Black Lives Matter rally July 20th that he had no intention of voting based on the lack of respect shown for Black people from both parties.
Though Nick wasn’t as eager to have a conversation with Martin as Bow Wow was, he did agree to write in a candidate rather than put a bid in for Hillary or Trump:
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Think Before You Tweet: Roland Martin Goes Off On Bow Wow & Nick Cannon Over Silly Political Tweets was originally published on globalgrind.com
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