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Tuesday, May 9, 2023

Nick Cannon says Mariah Carey makes sure he doesn’t bring his “Bullsh*t” into her home

Nick Cannon says Mariah Carey makes sure he doesn’t bring his “Bullsh*t” into her home.

After getting divorced from Mariah Carey, with whom he has twins Moroccan and Monroe, in 2016, Cannon went on to have 10 more children with five different women. Seven of his children were born within the last three years.

Cannon has become something of a meme as a result of his large family, but it seems the 42-year-old star sees the funny side of things.

Nick Cannon’s frequent and notable baby-making endeavors have been the talk of the town for a while now. He made headlines last month after claiming that his sperm was so potent that birth control couldn’t stop it. In an interview on the Howie Mandel Does Stuff podcast, Cannon stated that he has practiced birth control in the past but still ended up fathering children. To him, this suggests that he has “super sperm” or something of the sort. Despite this, Cannon has attempted to be responsible and learn from his experiences.

He shared the festivities with his followers on Instagram, where he posted a video of the party. The clip shows the children, surrounded by their loved ones, smiling and enjoying themselves. In the background, 50 Cent’s “In Da Club” can be heard playing. “Roc and Roe’s 12th, [we] shutting down, Magic Mountain. Six Flags, doing what big 12-year-olds do. The big 12, let’s go!” he exclaims in the video. His twins’ birthday isn’t the only thing Nick is happy about.

Earlier this year, Cannon tricked fans when he shared a trailer for an E! reality show called "Who's Having My Baby?" in which contestants would compete to mother Cannon's next child.

However, Variety later reported that the trailer was a fake sketch to promote Kevin Hart's recent prank show. This advert followed comments from Cannon himself about going to a vasectomy consultation.

He said during an interview on E! News' "Daily Pop" show last year: "I already went and got my vasectomy consultation. I ain't looking to populate the Earth completely, but I'm definitely looking forward to taking care and loving all the children that I currently have."

During the same podcast interview, Cannon expressed contentment with his current number of children but remained uncertain about the possibility of having more kids in the near future. However, in a new tweet posted by Cannon yesterday, he said he feels like he can “impregnate the world.”

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