Nick Deserves Credit

Written by on April 4, 2021

  At least in the United States … we live in an era where the plight of influential black men is more celebrated than their successes. Let’s take a moment to celebrate Nick Cannon and give him his flowers while he is still on earth. 2 decades before IG/Tik-Tok skits would take over the internet, Nick seen the vision and capitalized on using media to create platforms to help himself and others who were in affiliation with him . Let’s take a look at the pivotal moments in Nick Cannon’s career so far .  

Wayyyyyy before Nick would host his first episode of “Wild’n Out” in the summer of 2005 … at the age of 18 a young Nick Cannon would get his TV debut alongside Amanda Bynes on “All That” in 1998 . Before first being seen on All That , Nick Cannon would make history becoming the youngest writer in television history, by writing a multitude of sketches for the kids network Nickelodeon. Moving at a rather swift pace, Mr.Cannon would BOSS THE FUCK UP by getting his own show, “The Nick Cannon Show” in the year of 2002 at the age of 22 . Absolutely on fire in 02’ … the young star was casted to be the lead role in an undeniable black-classic-movie , “Drumline”. The next year in 03’ … he would follow up with another respectable protagonist role alongside Steve Harvey, Kenan Thompson, and Christina Millian in “Love Don’t Cost a Thing”. In 08’ Nick Cannon had bragging rights in every barbershop in every hood by wifing Mariah Carey ; in 09’ Mr.Cannon would get the nod to go ahead and host for the globally accepted and acclaimed hit Television show “America’s Got Talent”.

Nick bruh … you one of my heroes . Thank you for all your years of hard work and innovation in the television world and universe of media .  

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