Nick Cannon: God will decide when he stops having children
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Nick Cannon has opened up about further expanding his already large family.
The star has announced the birth of his twelfth child, Halo Marie, whom he student with Alyssa Scott, last December. “God decides when we're done, but I think I really have my hands full,” he replied when the Entertainment Tonight reporterasked him if he planned to have more children. I am focused all the time. I am taken. But when I'm 85, you never know. I could.
The star also touched on managing her work life and family life. “Everyone thinks it's a matter of time management. But it's energy management, explained the 42-year-old star. Once we're all aligned, the flow is much easier. If there's low frequencies or dissensions in there, that's what's messing up the organization. »
He continued: “As long as we are all on the same page and we all have the same goal, to be the best parents possible, it works and then the planning is the planning. »
In his interview, he also said he was lucky to have the means to provide his children with a future. “It's a blessing, man. I hope that with what I'm able to do, my children can do whatever they want, can be in a position where if they want to be a nuclear physicist, I know someone in a school at the Ivy League that I could (call), he added. If they want to join the military, if they want to be artists, if they want to be actors, that's something we can do.
In recent years, Nick Cannon has made headlines for fathering multiple children with different girlfriends. He has twins, Moroccan and Monroe, 11, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, son Golden, six, daughter Powerful Queen, two, and five-month-old son Rise, with Brittany Bell, of twins Zion and Zillion, 20 months, and three-month-old daughter Beautiful, with Abby De La Rosa. He is also the father of a seven-month-old son named Legendary Love with Bre Tiesi and a five-month-old daughter named Onyx, with LaNisha Cole.
Unfortunately Nick and Alyssa Scott's son , Zen, died aged five months in December 2021, following a battle with cancer.