Nick Cannon is standing by his performance at Georgian Court University in Lakewood, New Jersey.
According to the school, Nick signed a contract requiring him to ‘avoid vulgarity and explicit sexual content in his performance’ — but he did not.
After the Sept. 20 performance, Marbach sent a letter to the GCU community apologizing for the “America’s Got Talent” host’s behavior — and asking him for an apology, but Cannon wasn’t so sorry.
“I ain’t apologizing for s–t LOL… wait, I’m sorry your university doesn’t believe in freedom of speech!!!” the star wrote on Twitter, along with a copy of the email sent out by Marbach.
A spokesperson for GCU confirmed the letter’s authenticity to the Daily News. It echoed the university’s “profound disappointment” in Cannon’s portion of the comedy showcase.
The letter stated: “While comedy often explores serious social issues in ways that are fun and thought-provoking, Mr. Cannon’s act crossed the line. His words were offensives and do not represent our Mercy core values.”
Marbach wrote that they anticipated that the university would get the “NBC or MTV version of Mr. Cannon.”
“We did not,” he said. “That was unfortunate.”
The event took place during the school’s reunion weekend at Lakewood’s Strand Theatre, which was attended by both new students and many alumni.
Georgian Court University was established in 1908 as a women’s college, but became fully coeducational in 2013.
Take a look at what all Nick had to say below.
I ain’t apologizing for Shit LOL… wait, I’m sorry your university doesn’t believe in freedom of speech!!! pic.twitter.com/laTiF8ZNEt
— Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) October 4, 2017