Nick Cannon says he has 'no idea' if he'll have more children

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By Asiya Ali

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Nick Cannon has revealed that he has "no idea" if he'll grow his family out but is content with the number of children he's fathered thus far.

The Cannon Family tree has many branches as the 42-year-old Masked Singer host has fathered his ten previous children with six different women.

Recently, Cannon welcomed his 11th child, daughter Beautiful Zeppelin Cannon, who was born to Abby De La Rosa on November 11.

Now, while currently preparing for the arrival of baby number 12 with model Alyssa Scott, during an interview at the Billboard Live: R&B/Hip-Hop Power Players event on November 18, Cannon said that he won't rule out having more kids in the future.

Watch his interview below:

Cannon shares 11-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with Mariah Carey and five-year-old Golden Sagon, 22-month-old Powerful Queen, and newborn Rise Messiah with Brittany Bell.

In addition to Beautiful Zeppelin, he also shares 17-month-old twins Zion and Zillion with De La Rosa, newborn Legendary Love with Bre Tiesi, and newborn Onyx Ice with LaNisha Cole.

The rapper told the interviewer that fatherhood is his "number one priority, obviously," explaining: "I wake up being a father, thinking about my kids, and then everything else comes after that."

"My kids are definitely the creative force in all that I do. I mean, they're the funniest, most innovative, most best questions, you know what I mean? Like, every project I'm working on now is through their eyes," he added.

When asked whether his "tribe" would continue to "grow," the Wild'n'Out host responded, "I don't know. I have no idea. I think I'm good right now."

He has said before that he would slow down on having kids, telling people that he would take a vow of celibacy, as recommended by his therapist. However, that was when he was expecting his eighth child earlier this year.

That didn't last long as in June, he welcomed Legendary Love Cannon, and in September, he announced the birth of his daughter Onyx Ice Cole Cannon.

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Cannon with the twins he shares with ex-Mariah Carey. Credit: Image Press Agency / Alamy

Back in July, during a YouTube Live discussion on Open Monogamy, Cannon gave a personal insight into fatherhood, and explained that he would "never judge someone based off on the amount of children they had".

"My lifestyle only merits me to respect someone," he said after being asked if he'd be with a woman who has "the same amount of kids or baby fathers" as he does.

"I would just be a hypocrite to the whole thing. Now, am I going to I say I like it? Would I choose that? We also don't really choose who we love or where our emotions take us," he added.

Featured image credit: MediaPunch Inc / Alamy

Nick Cannon says he has 'no idea' if he'll have more children

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By Asiya Ali

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Nick Cannon has revealed that he has "no idea" if he'll grow his family out but is content with the number of children he's fathered thus far.

The Cannon Family tree has many branches as the 42-year-old Masked Singer host has fathered his ten previous children with six different women.

Recently, Cannon welcomed his 11th child, daughter Beautiful Zeppelin Cannon, who was born to Abby De La Rosa on November 11.

Now, while currently preparing for the arrival of baby number 12 with model Alyssa Scott, during an interview at the Billboard Live: R&B/Hip-Hop Power Players event on November 18, Cannon said that he won't rule out having more kids in the future.

Watch his interview below:

Cannon shares 11-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with Mariah Carey and five-year-old Golden Sagon, 22-month-old Powerful Queen, and newborn Rise Messiah with Brittany Bell.

In addition to Beautiful Zeppelin, he also shares 17-month-old twins Zion and Zillion with De La Rosa, newborn Legendary Love with Bre Tiesi, and newborn Onyx Ice with LaNisha Cole.

The rapper told the interviewer that fatherhood is his "number one priority, obviously," explaining: "I wake up being a father, thinking about my kids, and then everything else comes after that."

"My kids are definitely the creative force in all that I do. I mean, they're the funniest, most innovative, most best questions, you know what I mean? Like, every project I'm working on now is through their eyes," he added.

When asked whether his "tribe" would continue to "grow," the Wild'n'Out host responded, "I don't know. I have no idea. I think I'm good right now."

He has said before that he would slow down on having kids, telling people that he would take a vow of celibacy, as recommended by his therapist. However, that was when he was expecting his eighth child earlier this year.

That didn't last long as in June, he welcomed Legendary Love Cannon, and in September, he announced the birth of his daughter Onyx Ice Cole Cannon.

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Cannon with the twins he shares with ex-Mariah Carey. Credit: Image Press Agency / Alamy

Back in July, during a YouTube Live discussion on Open Monogamy, Cannon gave a personal insight into fatherhood, and explained that he would "never judge someone based off on the amount of children they had".

"My lifestyle only merits me to respect someone," he said after being asked if he'd be with a woman who has "the same amount of kids or baby fathers" as he does.

"I would just be a hypocrite to the whole thing. Now, am I going to I say I like it? Would I choose that? We also don't really choose who we love or where our emotions take us," he added.

Featured image credit: MediaPunch Inc / Alamy