Nick Cannon Returns To The Breakfast Club

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Like A Pimp.

Nick visited the Breakfast Club this morning. He spoke on upcoming projects including the return of his Wild ‘N Out series. He also weighed in on Nicki Minaj judging American Idol alongside wifey and Mariah allowing promiscuous behaivor with others before marriage. Now that’s n’credible.

UPDATE: Six months later, Nick’s back. Talks about Mariah, Wild ‘N Out, Kim Kardashian and more.

UPDATE 2: Back on Power 105 today, Nick spoke on Jeezy, Mariah Carey, the BET Hip Hop Awards, Love & Hip-Hop, his comedy show on Showtime and more.

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  • Terrance

    want to listen to the whole morning show go here http://www.youtube.com/user/terrancelj2 and subscribe

  • ZoomZoomDad-Otis

    Nick Cannon getting that paper. Dude is a hustler.

  • asd

    I don’t know whose idea it was to only make these teasers available rather than the full clips through blogs like RR but it’s a trrble (Barkley Voice) idea. No one cares that much about these interviews to go to a different site. Dont be greedy, just find another way to advertise your sponsors through product placement. C’mon, son!

  • jayzuz

    cornball

  • Set303

    Nick Cannon out here chillin, making dough, has one of the baddest locked down, taking care of his kids, & wants to go back to school just for personal achievement & for his kids. That nigga is winning in life. More power to him.

  • Homie

    You may hate it but Nick is the definition of success in entertainment and hiphop, ala Will Smith.

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  • the watcher

    dude comes off realer and showing more heart than Gay Z smh..

  • Vurbz Fenomeno

    Why is Envy always trying to end the show early though?..lol

    • Johnnie Rawker

      gotta spin more MMG/YMCMB

  • Vurbz Fenomeno

    side note, i’m really trying to stick with this new rapradar layout but its getting harder and harder

  • http://Blackprestige.blogspot.com/ Black Prestige

    Profound statement on slavery movies…and there should be a balance, I haven’t seen a movie about an African King since Coming to America……balance the pendulum