Cee Lo Green’s "Rape" Reason for Cancelation of his show ‘The Good Life’

Katherine De Guzman – Fourth Estate Cooperative Contributor

Hollywood, CA, United States (4E) – “The Good Life” is a TBS show by Cee Lo Green and the first season has aired only six episodes. Due to his remarks and never-ending tweets about rape, the show will no longer have its second season.

Green’s show was about him balancing work and life despite hectic schedules regarding recordings, tours, and new artists he is producing.

The show was cancelled because Green has been ranting on his Twitter account about this woman who accused him of rape. A woman has claimed that she woke up alongside the rapper and claims that she could not remember anything. Green’s lawyer responded by saying that his client and the woman had “consensual relations” at that time.

Green has pleaded not guilty on the counts of felony. He was alleged to have given the woman ecstasy. The rapper pleaded not guilty to both the felony charges as well as the rape accusations. The case was filed back in 2012.

Green has been sentenced however by Superior Court Judge Mark Young with three years of formal probation and 360 hours of community service. This was allegedly also the reason for him leaving ‘The Voice’.

Here are some of the 39-year-old’s tweets: “When someone brakes on a home there is broken glass where is your plausible proof that anyone was raped.”

Another was this: “People who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!”

The tweets have been deleted afterward but people got screen shots of his tweets which circulated the internet.

Green did post an apology with regard to his tweets. He said he intended to only have a healthy exchange to help him “heal” from the pain he has been caused because of the situation he was put into.

He added that he would never tolerate any harm done to any woman.

Green was ordered to be back in court on March 5, 2015 to state a progress report.

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