"I'm having these kids on purpose" Nick Cannon says after welcoming 4 children with 3 women in 6 months

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    Nick Cannon has said he's having multiple children with multiple women on purpose.

 

The television personality made this known during an interview.

 

He asked the ladies to give him a word of advice during the interview.

 

"If you could give me one piece of advice now JT, what will it be? Real advice now," Nick said.

 

Just stay true to yourself and wrap it up," she replied.

 

"Like wrap it up like hurry up and wrap it up or wrap it up like protect yourself?" Nick asked.

 

The woman replied: "Wrap it up like protect yourself.'

 

"I'm having these kids on purpose," Nick responded, adding, "I'm not having them on accident."

 

Nick Cannon has welcomed 4 children in 6 months, between December 2020 and June 2021.

In Dec 2020, he welcomed a daughter named Powerful Queen with Brittany Bell. Mid-June 2021, radio personality Abby De La Rosa gave birth to Nick's twins, Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir. Then, in the same month, on June 23, Nick's Wild ‘N Out co-star, Alyssa Scott gave birth to Zen Cannon, marking Cannon’s seventh child.

 

Nick Cannon already shares 9-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, with ex-wife Mariah Carey. He’s also father to a 3-year-old son named Golden who he shares with Brittany Bell.

 

Watch the video of Nick talking about purposely impregnating multiple women below.

 


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