You’ve moved on, but at the end of the day you’ve got to raise children. Are you sick of having to constantly address rumors that you’re getting back together? So what other projects are you working on right now? I have so much free time after , that used to take up my entire summer, and so now I’ve just been focusing—I’ve got a hot record out right now with Quavo called “Dream Girl” that’s been shooting up the charts.Yeah, I mean there’s a rumor about that every week, there’s a rumor about who I’m dating. Aside from that I’ve been DJ’ing and building up the brand like I told you, getting all that together and getting ready for the next season, so I’ve been busier than ever. Because you’ve obviously been making music for a while.
NBC allegedly believed that the joke “disparaged their brand,” and may have even gone so far as to threaten Cannon with termination.“Not to get too detailed but this isn’t the first time executives have attempted to ‘put me in my place’ for so called unruly actions… My moral principles will easily walk away from the millions of dollars they hang over my head.” In many ways, it’s this insistence on creative autonomy at any cost that truly sets Nick Cannon apart.During a recent phone call with The Daily Beast, Cannon further articulated his “boss” mentality.like I’m no longer working on , but there are other jobs, so it doesn’t really phase me. It’s more of a cultural thing, but I guess it’s part of my style too.I never really give that stuff too much attention—when it comes to being flamboyant, it’s like, why not? Does it upset you when people judge you on the internet, or have you been famous for so long that you actually don’t read the comments? I read it, laugh at it, and put it on , most of the time! And none of that stuff really phases me because it’s not real life. I always say I’m not worried about other people’s opinions, I just laugh and keep it moving and then do it all over again.