Kelly Rowland Calls Out “Cancel Culture”: Stop Trying To Be God!

Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland Calls Out “Cancel Culture”: Stop Trying To Be God!

Singer Kelly Rowland had some input on cancel culture and criticized the trend on social media. According to, Cancel Culture is defined as,

“the popular practice of withdrawing support for (canceling) public figures and companies after they have done or said something considered objectionable or offensive. Cancel culture is generally discussed as being performed on social media in the form of group shaming.”

Kelly Rowland has seen enough of the cancel culture and took to Instagram to air out her frustrations with it,

“In this “cancel culture” we live in I am SO grateful that god NEVER canceled me, and I’m sure he could’ve many a times! Let us always TRY to remember NOT to judge others. We HONESTLY don’t have the space nor authority too! Let us remember to lead with love and kindness, the world is has enough negativity, for you to pour more into it! #STOPTRYINTOBEGOD”

The “Coffee” singer also wrote the following caption,

“So what light are you bringing into the world? Please share it with me in the comments below.”

Kelly Rowland’s post about cancel culture came at an interesting time as comedian Kevin Hart is facing some cancel culture right now for his statement in support of his good friend and talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres.

#ReplaceEllen began trending on social media after recent racism and sexual assault claims against members of her TV show staff.

Kevin Hart took to his Instagram (August 4) to defend his friend stating,

After receiving heavy backlash for his support of Ellen DeGeneres, Kevin Hart posted a video responding to his critics,

“Man, this social media sh*t is getting out of hand, dude. It is truly getting out of hand.  From showing support to a friend, you know, you get a f-ing roar of frustration from so many.  Calls, phone going off the f-ing hook. I’m a friend.  As a friend, if I have a friend in trouble, ever, I’ma do my best to try to be there for that friend.”

Kevin Hart

Hart continued,

“Then I hear people go, ‘Well what about Nick, that’s your f-ing friend.  Where were you for Nick?’ Because you didn’t see it, that means I wasn’t there for Nick?  Sad times we f-ing live in man. Nick was over my house every g*ddamn day when he went through hist sh*t. I was the one who called president of  the g*ddamn studios and reached out to so many to see what we can do to solve the situation, find a solution.”
Kevin Hart who’s had a long-standing professional and personal relationship with Nick Cannon was referring to Nick receiving backlash for his anti-semitic comments that he made on his podcast, which he later apologized for.
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Authored by: Chelsea Adjalla