Nick Cannon knows just how important the fight for racial justice is. “It hurts my heart, and I cry at night, man,” the radio host told Access Hollywood’s Scott Evans It’s hard to even wake up every day knowing that we have to get back into this fight. But we’re going to do it. We’re going to do it. I’m ready to put my life on the line for this, because there’s nothing more important to my community, nothing more important to my family, nothing more important to me, than to evoke change in a real way.” Nick also talked about his three children’s fear toward the police, saying, “When they see the energy of law enforcement: ‘Uh oh, here comes the police.’ So that mindset of ‘sit up straight and don’t talk, keep your hands where they can see them’ – These are things that I’m talking to a 3-year-old about or 9-year-olds about. They bring those questions to me … It’s something that’s hurtful to have that conversation with your children, but you want to protect them at the end of the day.”
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