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Dane Cook shames Nick Cannon on IG for wearing turban, ‘America’s Got Talent’ host responds

8 December 2016 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Dane Cook was not a fan of Nick Cannon wearing a turban and the “America’s Got Talent” slammed his opinion.

Cannon has been wearing turbans for months now and the “America’s Got Talent” host got slammed for it by comedian Dane Cook.

Cook posted on Instagram a photo of Cannon sitting at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show’s front row this year. Cook said in the caption, “Last night Nick Cannon wore this [expletive]. He put this on his head and he looked in a mirror and he walked away from the mirror without saying to himself, ‘Hey self mayyyyyybe I shouldn’t look like Zoltan and wear a [expletive] pink turban with one of the infinity stones from Avengers on it.’” Cook went on to say that when people saw him, they did not stop Cannon from wearing the headgear noting that his overall outfit was horrific.

Cook also said that the photo of Cannon made him want to delete the photo and possibly quit Instagram . He said that he and Cannon are friends and he thinks the host is a good guy but he has to call Cannon out this time over his choice of clothing.

During a Facebook Live interview, Cannon said that wearing a turban is his choice and not just a fashion statement. He noted that he wants to represent his inner king and wanted to do it in a “fly way.” The ex-husband of Mariah Carey also said that it allows him to express his spiritual side.

In response to Cook’s rant against Cannon, the father-of-two took to Instagram to post a number of photos of him wearing a turban. Cannon wrote in the caption, " Yo @DaneCook call me so I can explain this Muthaf **kin King Business to you!! # MoorishMindset # SikhLife # ReconditioningOurCommunities ." Another post was a quote wherein a woman with a turban was seen. The words in the photo read, “Humble enough to know that I am not better than anybody and wise enough to know that I'm different from the rest.” Cannon captioned it with a man wearing a turban emoji .

It is unclear if the two have talked in person.

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