“My therapist says I have to be celibate.”
In a shocking event, Nick Cannon will not have any more children for the time being.
As you know, the actor-comedian made headlines in the past for having seven children with four different women, as well as for clarifying that he did it “on purpose” and admitted that he did not “subscribe” to monogamy.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, he said he would not put a cap on the number of children he gets: “‘Think about it, you can not be like’ No, I’m done ‘. Like what if God says: ‘No you do not.’ “
However, he added that he – for the time being – is listening to the advice of his therapist. “But I’m not sitting out here planning [my family]. My therapist says I need to be celibate. “He said jokingly, ‘OK, give me a break bus.’ I’m taking a break from having kids. “
In the interview, the 40-year-old shared that his countless children were not always in the cards and opened up about his own childhood family dynamics: “I come from a large family, I have several siblings. To be raised in an unorthodox family by my grandparents at times “I have experienced such a wide range of upbringing that I have such a love and passion for children and family. I also want a big family. The Lord has blessed me with what I asked, but ask and you will receive.”
Nick opened up about the dynamics between his current kids and said, “They get my full attention when I’m not working. And that’s the beauty of it, because it kind of keeps me out of trouble. It’s either work or play with my kids. . “
That’s it from me! See you at the next update of “Nick Cannon and his thoughts on children”.
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