CeeLo Green’s TBS Series ‘The Good Life’ Canceled Following His Controversial Rape Comments

Published: Wednesday 3rd Sep 2014 by Rashad

‘Crazy’ singer Cee Lo Green has certainly had fans questioning how much he lives up to the title as recent headlines have been flooded by news of his controversial rape comments.  As readers know, Green pleaded ‘no contest’ last week to a felony charge that he provided ecstasy to a woman in 2012.

Criticism from social media users led the Goodie Mob hitmaker to go on a damning Twitter rant of sorts that included the now infamous tweet:

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The backlash was so massive it led Green to delete his Twitter account temporarily.  Now reinstated and accompanied by an apology, the move appears to have proven itself too little too late as reports have it that TBS has axed the singer’s reality show. See the apology below and tell us:

Are people being too harsh to CeeLo?

Via TG:

Network executives have reportedly cancelled Cee Lo Green’s reality TV series amid mounting outcry over the singer’s recent tweets about rape. Just three hours after the anti-sexism group UltraViolet launched a petition calling for The Good Life’s cancellation, sources claimed that the US cable channel TBS would not be renewing Green’s show.

‘The Good Life,’ Green’s televised reunion with his hip-hop group Goodie Mob, aired a few episodes this summer.

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  1. Dem Lessors September 3, 2014

    Stupid, but I guess that’s the only way he gets his tuna. Nobody will volunteer to sleep with this sloth.

  2. Sisqo is King September 3, 2014

    Da f** is his big fat meatball looking ass talking about???

  3. Lana Del Bae September 3, 2014

    What a f****** dog!
    So if a woman is drugged and r**** she didn’t get r**** because she doesn’t remember it? GO STRAIGHT TO HELL C***.

  4. Ben September 3, 2014

    uhhhhhhhh why is he famous?

  5. King September 3, 2014

    He’s deserved it. Those comments were ignorant and that apology was stupid. If you didn’t believe it, you wouldn’t have said it.

  6. eric September 3, 2014

    Someone dumb enough to make those comments doesn’t have the smarts to carry a TV series. He still hasn’t taken responsibility for it. “I truly and deeply apologize for the comments attributed to me” is like saying ‘I apologize for what people are saying I did.’

  7. Yea ok September 3, 2014

    His show was cancelled before the twitter rant. It was just coincidence that everyone found out when they did.

  8. SBC19 September 3, 2014

    Yet when Robin Thicke says it, it becomes the biggest song of all time. Hmmm.

  9. VH1access Blog September 3, 2014

    I hate when these celebrities want to backtrack everytime their show gets cancelled or something happens with their brand. You said it

  10. ENOUGH ONIKA September 3, 2014

    Why do celebrities still have twitter accounts tho?? Gone are the days of label intern ran fan sites…

  11. Mark111 September 3, 2014

    A classic case of a person NOT wanting to take responsibility for their actions and goes the miles to justify what they did. I bet he that he had a “ah ha!” moment, but really just look worst than R Kelly now. Chris Brown is the King of this tactic.

  12. Dustin September 3, 2014

    So he has baby arms and he’s legit retarded. Talk about genetic jackpot.

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