Rapper Nick Cannon is doubling down on his comments that Planned Parenthood is bad news for black Americans.
Last month Cannon said the plan permit abortion business is perpetrating a genocide against black people because the targets black communities with abortion clinics. Asked today to elaborate on those comments, Cannon doubled down and said that Planned Parenthood is modern day Eugenics for the black community.
In the video, Cannon is navigating through Los Angeles International Airport while answering questions from the SplashNewsOnline videographer about the nation’s largest abortion provider.
After answering questions about his baby on the way with former girlfriend Brittany Bell, Cannon was asked to clarify a comment he made about Planned Parenthood being a “real genocide” during an interview with the New York City radio show “The Breakfast Club” two weeks ago.
“Yeah, (Planned Parenthood is) modern-day eugenics,” Cannon says.
“Can’t elaborate anymore?” the videographer asks. “It’s an important topic.”
“Yeah,” Cannon responds. “It’s population control.”
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Cannon’s comments came during an interview with New York City’s “The Breakfast Club” radio host Charlamagne Tha God Thursday, when cohost Angela Yee brought up President-elect Donald Trump’s rejection of late-term abortion and his past proposal to reverse the landmark Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade:
Hillary was, think about all of the things they did with Planned Parenthood and all of that type of stuff. That type of stuff is to take our community, and forget gentrification, it’s real genocide, and it’s been like that for years. This system is not built for us. This is not our land. I appreciate it, I love it, wouldn’t want to live anywhere else, but this wasn’t designed for our people.
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As for why he’s speaking out now, Cannon said the Christian values his family of community leaders instilled in him has always inspired him to “speak the truth” no matter what.
“I come from a long line of community leaders and I’ve always thought that to who much is given, you’re responsible for that, much is required,” he said, referring to Luke 12:48. “So I use my platform to tell the truth at the end of the day.”
Cannon’s 2005 music video shows how his mother wanted to abort him, but then chose life.
“Just wait — just pause for a second. Let me plead my case. It’s the late ‘70s huh … You seventeen huh … And having me that will ruin everything huh…”
The video depicts his mother as a teenager, lying in an abortion facility, as Nick’s spirit pleads for her not take his life, saying, “That’s life inside you, look at your tummy … What is becoming Ma, I am Oprah bound … You can tell he’s a star from the Ultrasound.”
“Mommy, I don’t link this clinic/Hopefully you’ll make the right decision and don’t go through with the Knife Decision…”
“Hopping off da bus when the rain is pouring/What you want morning sickness or the sickness of mourning?”