Cannon reacted to his firing over his anti-Semitic comments in a Facebook post this morning, saying that he reached out to ViacomCBS honcho Shari Redstone “to have a conversation of reconciliation and actually apologize if I said anything that pained or hurt her or her community" and was met with "dead silence." “That’s when I realized they don’t want a conversation or growth, they wanted to put the young negro in his place,” Cannon wrote. Cannon added that ViacomCBS is "now on the wrong side of history" after firing him after he tried to make amends. Cannon also wrote: "I demand full ownership of my billion dollar Wild ‘N Out brand that I created, and they will continue to misuse and destroy without my leadership! I demand that the hate and back door bullying cease and while we are at it, now that the truth is out, I demand the Apology!” Cannon also accused ViacomCBS of banning advertisements “that supported George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.” A ViacomCBS spokesperson says Cannon was referring to MTV's Revenge Prank, saying in a statement: "Due to the comedic nature of the show we believe is in question Revenge Prank, we didn't want to be insensitive by placing ads for it next to important and serious topics, such as Black Lives Matter. This is standard practice we use with our media agency to ensure that our ads don't come across as tone-deaf or disrespectful."ALSO: Cannon says he's been receiving death threats since his termination.