Nick Cannon says women would ‘give him a little vagina’ to cure depression
Nick Cannon has confirmed he is expecting more kids this year and claims women would give him "a little vagina" to cure him after becoming depressed following the death of his baby son.
During an interview on the Lip Service podcast, the American comic hinted as many as three of his babies could be born this year.
Questioned over reports that he has "three babies on the way", the 41-year-old said: "When you say 'on the way…'
"What count are you at? Let's just put it this way, the stork is on the way."
Nick had planned to become celibate from October 2021 to January after his therapist told him he needed to "chill out".
However, his plans went awry and he is now expecting his ninth child.
Nick said: "I didn't even make it to the top of the year but then I started going through some stuff with… I got depressed with the loss of my son.
"In December, everyone saw I was so down, everybody's like I'm just going to give him a little vagina, that's going to cure it all."
Zen, Nick's son with Alyssa Scott, tragically passed away at five months old from brain cancer on December 5, 2021.
He made the announcement on The Nick Cannon show that week, saying his son has died after suffering from hydrocephalus, a build up of fluid in the cavities of the brain.
Nick said the tumour developed quickly and shared his last few moments with Zen on a beach trip. Zen was Nick's seventh child.
Nick is expecting baby number eight with model Bre Tiesi.
It has also been confirmed that DJ and OnlyFans star Abby De La Rosa is currently pregnant with Nick's ninth child.
The pair already share twin sons Zillion Heir and Zion Mixolydian.
Abby announced her pregnancy on Friday but chose not to disclose who the father was. According to Nick, he is the father and Abby's due date is October 25.
Nick is also dad to 11-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan with ex-wife Mariah Carey, as well as Golden, five, and Powerful Queen, one, with Brittany Bell.
During his time on the Lip Service podcast, Nick also admitted to only having unprotected sex.
He said: "Raw is a double entendre in the sense I'm being open and honest but obviously raw is the reason why I got all these damn kids."
He added: "I don't have sex with anyone that I think I need to be protected."
Asked by the hosts what he would do if the woman wanted him to wear a condom, Nick said he would step back and not have sex with her.
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