After Facebook Watch Shutdown, Nick Cannon Calls 'Red Table Talk' 'That Toxic Table'

Nick Cannon is commenting on Red Table Talk after Facebook Watch canceled all of its original content, leaving Jada Pinkett Smith's chat show without a home.

According to Nick Cannon, the revelations from Red Table Talk allegedly caused Will Smith to strike Chris.

Rock. "Too much honesty" was present, he claims. The popular chat show presented by Pinkett Smith, 51, her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris.

And her daughter Willow Smith will no longer be produced by Meta, according to a report from PEOPLE earlier this week.

The father of 12 responded to the news on his radio program, The Daily Cannon, calling the development "good.

Cannon continued, "If there hadn't been Red Table Talk, he wouldn't have slapped the s--- out of Chris Rock," alluding to the 94th Academy Awards incident in which Will Smith struck.

Rock, 58, for making a joke about Pinkett Smith's shaved head. The program is "that toxic table," Cannon continued, adding that "too much honesty can get.

Your ass slapped in the face." That was royalty, Will and Jada, he continued. After that, they placed it on the table. I'm not interested in learning this s--- about you guys.


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