Nick Cannon has opened up about his "journey of atonement" after making anti-semitic comments last year. In an interview with Linsey Davis on ABC's Soul of  A Nation, he said,  “I’m not seeking forgiveness. I’m seeking for growth." 

He added, "I’ve always said that apologies are empty. Apologies are weightless.  And I’m on this journey of atonement, not to get a job, not to gain any more money because that’s not what’s needed here. I’m doing this because it’s the right thing to do.”

When asked if he received pressure to apologize to keep his job as creator and host of MTV's Wild N Out, he  “wholeheartedly” denied.

Cannon also vowed to donate his first paycheck from “The Masked Singer” season four to the Wiesenthal Center.