Nick Cannon Denies Backing Out Of The Dr. Sebi Documentary

Nick Cannon Denies Backing Out Of The Dr. Sebi Documentary

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 13: Nick Cannon attends Fox's 'The Masked Singer' Premiere Karaoke Event at The Peppermint Club on December 13, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rachel Luna/Getty Images)

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After Nipsey Hussle’s death, Nick Cannon made it his mission to finish the Dr. Sebi documentary that Nipsey was working on. There were conspiracies that the documentary is what attributed to Hussle’s untimely death, and allegations of Nick Cannon being afraid to move forward with the production surfaced which he quickly shut down. In an Instagram post shared by Nick he screenshot a headline of an article which had originally written this statement:

“People close to Nick say that Nick feels Nipsey’s hunger to release the Sebi movie is what had him killed. This is truly sad because the Dr. Sebi movie was definitely needed.”


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Oh “They” wish this was the truth!! Who made this dumb shit?! LOL #Fearless

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Nicks caption made it clear that this is something he is still pursuing. The documentary focuses on the trial in 1985 when Dr. Sebi put in the newspaper that he cured AIDS. Sebi ultimately beat the cases, and it is not widely spoken about, which Nipsey Hussle wanted to change.

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