Nick Cannon Is Glad That Red Table Talk Was Cancelled, Called Show ‘Toxic Table’

The star of “Drumline” Nick Cannon is not hiding his happiness at the cancellation of Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook online show “Red Table Talk.”

On Wednesday, “The Wrap” reported that Meta would be shutting down Facebook watch thereby canceling the show. “The Red Table Talk” aired for the first time on Facebook, in 2018.

Several trends and hot takes have been shared a treated according to its guests and co-hosts opinions on the online show.

The show which is currentlylooking for a new home” boasts of being co-hosted by three generations of “Gemini Man” actor Will Smith. Although it was founded by Jada Smith, 51, her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris, 69, and daughter Willow Smith, 22, are both co-hosts of the show.

Several controversial topics even NSFW topics were brought to the “Red Table Talk” and the show featured several celebrity guests on each episode including Will Smith.

Nick Cannon — Why Nick Feels It’s A “Good” Thing That The Show Was Cancelled

In a recent segment of Nick’s radio show “The Daily Cannon,” Nick’s co-hosts Courtney Bee Bledsoe and Abby De La Rosa told the “Love Dont Cost A Thing” actor about RTT’s cancellation and he said, “Good.”

Now, Nick’s response made it clear that he wasn’t a fan of the show. He went on to give his reason for celebrating RTT’s cancelation. “If there was no ‘Red Table Talk,’ then he wouldn’t have slapped the s**t out of Chris Rock.”

Nick’s comment was in reference to the March 27, 2022 Oscars incident which to date is being referred as the “slap heard ’round the world.” Nick went on to add, “I’m talking about that toxic table. Too much honesty can get your a** slapped in the face, we’ve seen this.”

Nick also resurrected the 2020 incident where Will cried on RTT while discussing his separation from Jada and Jada’s entanglement with their son Jaden Smith’s best friend August Alsina. The viral clip of Will getting emotional on the show was so wild that memes were made out of it.

Nick said, “That table was toxic, they made all those memes about my brother Will on that damn table, they didn’t need to do that.” He also explained how beautiful Will’s marriage was before they began bringing their marriage, parenting and family stories to show.”

“That was royalty, Will and Jada. I don’t want to know all this s**t about y’all. I just want to mind my black-owned business. I don’t want to be up in everybody else’s kitchen. Keep that s**t to y’all selves.” He fumed, “F— that table.”

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