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Monday, February 27, 2023

Nick Cannon says God will decide how many children he has

Nick Cannon welcomed his 12th child this past December, which was a shock to absolutely no one.

What is surprising, though, is that it sounds like the comedian is finally running out of steam and wants to cool off on the baby-making for a while.

But, ultimately, Nick, 42, believes the amount of children he has is up to God - so who knows how many he'll end up with.

The “Wild ‘n Out” host is the father of 12 children, whom he shares with six women: twins, Monroe and Moroccan, 11, with his ex-wife, Mariah Carey; Golden Sagon, 6, Powerful Queen, 2, and Rise Messiah, 5 months, with Brittany Bell; Onyx Ice Cole, 5 months, with LaNisha Cole; twins, Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir, 1, and Beautiful Zeppelin Cannon, 3 months, with Abby De La Rosa; Zen, who died due to brain cancer in December 2021, and Halo Marie, 2 months, with Alyssa Scott; and Legendary Love, 7 months, with Bre Tiesi.

"God decides when we’re done, but I believe I definitely got my hands full," he shared.

"And I’m so focused. I’m locked in. But when I’m 85, you never know. I might [have more]."

In December 2022, Nick welcomed his 12th child, a baby girl named Halo Marie, with model Alyssa Scott.

Nick and Alyssa had also welcomed a baby boy named Zen back in 2021, but the child tragically died at just five months old following a devastating brain cancer diagnosis.

In between the birth of Zen and Halo Marie, Nick welcomed three other children with three different women. During the interview, he also called fatherhood a “blessing,” adding, “Hopefully because of what I am able to do, my kids can do whatever they want to do."

"To be able to be in this position that if they want to be a nuclear physicist, I know somebody at an Ivy League school," he continued. "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. Let’s start talking about it now so we can help your dreams come true."

While appearing on CNN’s “New Year’s Eve Live” broadcast in January, Cannon confided in Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper about his future as a father after the “Watch What Happens Live” host asked, “What is your plan here? What is your endgame with the kids?”

“Clearly, I don’t have a plan,” Cannon said. “Honestly, it’s really just so much joy and elation that I have, the family that I have. And I embrace it and I love it, but I don’t have a plan. That should have been clear from the jump.”

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