Life's not so good for Cee Lo Green, after all.
Just one day after the singer's attempt to define the nature of rape on Twitter failed miserably, TBS announced Tuesday (September 2) that it won't be bringing back his reality show, "The Good Life."
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cable network based its decision to cancel the unscripted series based solely on its underperforming ratings.
While the series, which also featured Green's Goodie Mob pals, averaged a paltry 677,000 viewers a night during its six-episode first season, the timing of the show’s cancelation will likely fuel the notion that Turner Networks may have bowed to the women’s rights group UltraViolet’s petition to terminate it.
The former “The Voice” coach pled no contest Friday to a felony count of furnishing a controlled substance of MDMA/ecstasy to a woman without her awareness and was sentenced to 360 hours of community service and three years of probation.
The 39-year-old singer tried to defend his legal troubles in 140 characters or less, but was hit with a tidal wave of backlash.
“If someone is passed out they’re not even WITH you consciously,” he tweeted, adding, “People who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!”
Cee Lo later apologized for his remarks, but apparently, his mea culpa wasn’t enough to keep living and broadcasting “The Good Life.”
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