Nick Cannon helps eliminate the student loan debt of several HBCU students after graduation from their respective schools. During a recent episode of The Nick Cannon Show, the TV host announced that he will team up with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund and United Negro College to ensure all students have a clean slate as soon as they enter the workforce.
Seven students were invited to participate in the Cannon Daytime Show to share their college experiences, the importance of HBCUs, and the obstacles they overcame along the way. Following their respective testimonials, Cannon informed them that he would cover all debts related to their college education, news that came as a pleasant surprise to the students.
“Once you graduate from college, we eliminate your personal student debt. Every penny! Cannon revealed. “I wish you all the best! The future is yours. You will make us all proud!
In addition to helping college students, The Nick Cannon Show may be given a new time slot, as reports speculate that “executives have spoken” of Wendy Williams’ return to television in light of recent health issues. As CBS Executives ‘Hope For The Best’ For Williams Amid His Recovery, They Prepare To Move Forward By Moving Forward The Nick Cannon Show in the Williams time slot. “They’ve pushed back the premiere of his show a number of times, so they’re already thinking about a backup plan,” an insider told PageSix.
Last September, Williams revealed she tested positive for COVID-19 and was subsequently hospitalized for a mental health assessment, which sources say could be linked to her long-standing struggle. against alcoholism. Season 13 of The Wendy Williams Show was postponed to October 18, after a date postponed to October 4. The show’s 13th season was originally scheduled to air on September 20.