Sunday, 19 July 2020

Nick Cannon reveals he contemplated Suicide in 2000 as he mourns a friend who took his own life yesterday.

American comedian, rapper and Television host, Nick Cannon may have contemplated taking his own life following his statement after a friend, Ryan Bowers committed suicide.

In reaction to friend’s suicide, Nick called the year 2000 the most f***ed up year he has ever witnessed. That he was in the dark, contemplating of continuing his physical existence on this planet.

It's an alarming message, but not totally surprising. Nick's been called out from all sides, it seems, this week, after his anti-Semitic comments he made on a podcast, for which he apologized. Although Nick says he's trying to educate himself as he meets with rabbis and others, he's now being attacked for apologizing. On top of that, Viacom fired him from 'Wild 'n Out.'
Nick whose full name is Nicolas Scott Cannon recounted the story of his friend, Ryan Bowers, an up-and-coming rapper who Nick signed to his label who was shot in his own home last year by a San Diego cop.  Nick says Ryan was in a coma for months and Nick was by his side. Cannon says his friend fought hard, re-learning basic functions like walking, according to TMZ.
Nick says on the surface, Ryan seemed to rebound ... returning to perform to sold-out crowds. But, behind the veneer, Ryan was hurting, whispering to Nick, "Everything still hurts."
Nick wrote: “I can't help but think if I wasn't so engulfed in my own bulls*** I could've been there for you when you finally took your life after several attempts ...F*** this place!! #CantWin #ForLosing🙏

Nick said on Thursday, “I hurt an entire community and it pained me to my core, I thought it couldn't get any worse. Then I watched my own community turn on me and call me a sell-out for apologizing," adding, "Goodnight. Enjoy Earth.”
Ryan Bowers died yesterday, Saturday July 18, 2020.