Nick Cannon‘s baby-making saga could also be coming to an finish. After making headlines a number of occasions previously few years for fathering eight kids — 4 of whom had been born within the span of two years — with 5 completely different ladies, the 41-year-old Masked Singer host has revealed that he’s excited about getting a vasectomy.
“I already went and acquired my vasectomy session,” he informed E! News Tuesday (Could 17). “I ain’t seeking to populate the Earth utterly, however I’m undoubtedly trying ahead to taking care and loving all the kids that I presently have.”
The Drumline star first welcomed twins Monroe and Moroccan along with his ex-wife Mariah Carey. He then went on to father Golden and Highly effective Queen with Brittany Bell in 2017 and 2020, one other set of twins named Zion and Zillion with Abby De La Rosa in 2021, son Zen — who died at five months — with Alyssa Scott additionally in 2021, and at last, he’s anticipating a child boy with Bre Tiesi this 12 months.
“I don’t know if I’d’ve designed it this fashion, but it surely’s a kind of issues if you’re blessed with the presents of kids,” he continued. “I’ve been by a lot, I discover solace, I discover peace in my kids and I discover function. So, I’m not out right here trying.”
Circling again to the primary of his childrens’ moms, Cannon additionally spoke about his latest eyebrow-raising monitor titled “Alone,” which referenced his previous marriage and sampled “Love Takes Time,” one of many vocal powerhouse’s hit songs.
“It wasn’t that I wished her again,” he defined. “It was me acknowledging that I did improper and that I misplaced one of many biggest presents that I had ever had in my life. The track was about, you recognize, ‘I’m a foul man this and unhealthy issues that ended up leaving me alone and she or he left me alone.’”
“And clearly, it was a Mariah pattern and all that,” he continued. “So in the event you listen, I’m actually giving all of it in my music and my artwork as a result of I do know folks have so many questions on my life-style and the way I transfer. So, I used to be like, ‘I’d as nicely simply put all of it within the artwork.’”