Now that Nick Cannon's officially said goodbye to his gig at America's Got Talent, the comedian's able to spread his wings creatively, with no limits, and he's taken his talents to YouTube where he did just that.
"Motherf**ker went from NBC to the internet," he said in the first episode of his new web series. "That don't seem like an upwardly mobile move?... I turned down millions of dollars. I have moved on to bigger and better things, like my mixtape."
The brashness only intensified from there and he "involved" a few big names in the narrative. While playing Remy Ma's diss track "shETHER," directed towards Nicki Minaj, he specifically highlighted the verse about Miley Cyrus, yelling, "Yo, Miley, what's good? I should f**k Miley Cyrus."
He then brought a doll into the frame that resembled Minaj before saying, "I love Nicki Minaj. I love her to death," while stroking the doll's backside. "You still rich and that's all that matters."
Watch Nick go off with no restraints in the video below:
His vlog seemed to be a hit among his fans, as they're been sharing how much they love his uncensored approach on Twitter:
Get the latest on the Nick and AGT fiasco in the BET Breaks video above.
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