After welcoming four children in six months, Nick Cannon insists that he is having his ‘kids on purpose.’


It’s no coincidence that Nick Cannon is a father of seven children. In a new interview, the TV personality finally addressed his growing family — here’s what he had to say.

Nick Cannon , 40, is a proud father of seven children. On July 7, the The Masked Singer judge, who has four children with three different women in the last six months, discussed his growing family on Nick Cannon Radio When Nick asked City Girls for life advice, JT joked that he should “wrap it up” and “protect himself,” implying that he should just stop having children. Nick, on the other hand, claimed that all of his children’s births were planned. “I don’t have no accident,” he responded, adding, “I’m having kids on purpose.”

“Trust me, there were a lot of people I could’ve gotten pregnant with,” he said. “Those who became pregnant were the ones who were supposed to become pregnant.” Meanwhile, Nick’s situation was simply described as “YOLO” by Young Miami , a sentiment shared by the former America’s Got Talent judge. “There you have it, you only have one life.” That is correct. Nick said, “I always say you only get one trip around the ride.” On June 23,

Nick’s youngest child, son Zen was born. Zen’s mother is model Alyssa Scott , who announced the birth of her son on Instagram. Nick and Abby De La Rosa had twin boys a week before, on June 17. Nick hаs four more children: а dаughter, due in December 2020, аnd а son, Golden 4, with ex-wife Brittаny Bell ; аnd twins Monroe аnd Moroccаn , 10, with ex-wife Mаriаh Cаrey .

Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey with their twin boys (Shutterstock)

$0 He was recently dating model Lanisha Cole , but the two have since broken up (she also denied pregnancy rumors on May 22). During his Power 106 show Nick Cannon Mornings in July 2020, Nick admitted that he’s not “cut out for the relationship aspect” of romance, and that men “don’t subscribe to monogamy because they feel like it’s not natural in their makeup, in their DNA.” Instead, Nick believes that men are expected to “be fruitful and multiply.” ”


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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