Nick Cannon is leaving it up to God…
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly in a recent interview with one of his partners, Abby De La Rosa, Cannon, 42, said it is up to God whether he has any more children.
“God decides when we’re done. I definitely got my hands full,” said the father of 12.
“And I’m so focused. I’m locked in. But when I’m 85, you never know. I might.”
In December 2022, the Drumline actor welcomed his 12th child with Alyssa Scott.
“December 14, 2022. Our lives are forever changed,” the model wrote alongside a touching video on Instagram.
“Zen is in every breath I take. I know his spirit was with us in the room that morning. I know he is watching down on us, he shows me signs everyday. I will hold onto this memory forever. I will remember the sound of Nicks voice saying “it’s a girl” and the look of everything we’ve been through flash across his face. I will remember the sound of her crying out with her first breath and feeling her heartbeat against mine. My sweet girl, I got my surprise!!”
“We love you Halo Marie Cannon!”
In her video, Alyssa also unveiled her tattoo that read, “ZEN” for her late son, Zen S. Cannon, who passed away on December 5, 2021, after only living for five months. The little angel had a brain tumor.
He was the firstborn of Scott with the TV show host who is a father to eleven (twelve after Halo Marie), other kids, from six different women.
Last year in June, Nick announced in a YouTube Live interview that he practices ‘consensual non-monogamy.’
“People like to classify what I do as polyamory or polygamy, but even that, I always say to define me is to confine me,” said Cannon.
“Everybody thinks it’s time management. It’s energy management,” he explained.
“Once we’re all aligned, the flow is a lot easier. If there’s any kind of low frequencies or dissension in there, that’s what messes up the scheduling. As long as we’re all on the same page and we all got the same goal — to be the best parents we could possibly be — that works and then the scheduling is the scheduling.”
The Wild ‘n Out host said that because of his work and contacts, his kids will be able to do whatever they want in the future.
“Hopefully because of what I am able to do, my kids can do whatever they want to do,” he said.
“If they want to be a nuclear physicist, I know somebody at an Ivy League school that I could [contact]. If they want to go into the military, if they want to be artists, if they want to be actors, it’s a thing where we have the capability.”
He concluded, “Let’s start talking about it now so we can help your dreams come true.”
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