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Jason Michael Weaver interviewed with Hip Hop Uncensored moments ago covering the topic of Cancel Culture. Weaver, an African American singer best known for his roles as Marcus Henderson on The WB sitcom Smart Guy, was born on July 18, 1979. Weaver played a pre-teenaged Michael Jackson on the 1992 Miniseries The Jacksons: an American Dream, which originally aired on ABC. He was also the singing voice of the young Simba in Walt Disney Feature Animation’s 1994 film: The Lion King.

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The One Call Away singer was asked by O-God and Sam Ant his opinion of cancel culture. He responded by recommending mercy and grace for human shortcomings. The conversation was inspired by the recent cultural cancelation of DaBaby who went on a homophobic rant at Rolling Loud. The rapper has since lost several song features and formerly contracted clothing deals.
Weaver believes cancel culture is ineffective calling it “…counterproductive…” in regards to reformation as it will only fill the canceled individual with more hatred for losing their livelihood. The seasoned actor said, “All Black Lives Matter.” as he continued confirming that he sees no difference between LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ members of his community.

Weaver also said, ” I don’t call it cancel culture, I call it accountability – people being held accountable for either the things that they say or the things that they may do.” He contends that one of the better aspects of cancel culture is that it encourages people to think before they speak. Due to the fear of cancel culture people are weighing their actions before they act. Concluding that in reality that this is what people with platforms have a responsibility to do without to without the looming threat of cancel culture. as a solution weaver said it is important to take the time to educate people who espouse ignorance instead of canceling a celebrity altogether.

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