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Nick Cannon wants to ‘take a break’ from having children … after welcoming three new additions in June

‘My therapist said I should be celibate’: Father of seven Nick Cannon reveals he wants to ‘take a break’ from having children … after offering three babies in June with different women


The father of seven Nick Cannon has revealed that he wants to ‘take a break’ from having children after his therapist recommended celibacy.

The TV presenter, 40, welcomed three new additions in June by two mothers, son Zen and twins Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir with model Alyssa Scott and DJ Abby De La Rosa, respectively.

It was only six months earlier that his ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell gave birth to their daughter Powerful Queen while sharing a son named Golden, four.

Wow!  The father of seven Nick Cannon has revealed that he will 'take a break' from having children after his therapist recommended celibacy ... after the father of seven welcomed three new additions in June (pictured in 2021)

Wow! The father of seven Nick Cannon has revealed that he will ‘take a break’ from having children after his therapist recommended celibacy … after the father of seven welcomed three new additions in June (pictured in 2021)

The star told Entertainment tonight, ‘My therapist said I should be celibate. Okay, give me a break bus. I am [gonna] take a break from having children. ‘

Nick also shares twins Moroccan and Monroe, 10, with his ex-wife and superstar singer Mariah Carey, after an eight-year marriage that ended in 2016.

‘I come from a big family, I have several siblings,’ he told ET.

‘When I was sometimes raised in an unorthodox family by my grandparents, 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. ‘

Adorable: Nick also shares twins Moroccan and Monroe, 10, with his ex-wife and superstar singer Mariah Carey, after an eight-year marriage that ended in 2016 (pictured in 2018)

Adorable: Nick also shares twins Moroccan and Monroe, 10, with his ex-wife and superstar singer Mariah Carey, after an eight-year marriage that ended in 2016 (pictured in 2018)

The comedian previously boasted to radio station Power 106 that there were plenty of women he could have impregnated but chose not to do.

‘I’m not random. Believe me, there are many people that I could have been pregnant that I did not. ‘

According to the former America’s Got Talent host, those who got pregnant were the ones who should ‘.

He also defended the unconventional event at The Breakfast Club after host Charlamagne tha God said people questioned his amount of baby mothers.

All now: He manages to get Monroe and Moroccans together with his four-year-old Golden and three-month-old Zen (pictured in 2021)

All now: He manages to get Monroe and Moroccans together with his four-year-old Golden and three-month-old Zen (pictured in 2021)

Cute: Nick recently shared a close-up of his youngest son, Zen, who was born on June 23 by Alyssa Scott (pictured in 2021)

Cute: Nick recently shared a close-up of his youngest son, Zen, who was born on June 23 by Alyssa Scott (pictured in 2021)

The Masked Singer presenter, who admitted he does not subscribe to monogamy, said: ‘Why do people question it? It’s a Eurocentric concept when you think of the ideas … that you’ll have this one person for the rest of your life.

‘The idea that a man should have a woman … we should have nothing. I do not own this person. It’s about what exchange we can create together.

‘I do not subscribe to it. These women, all women, are the ones who open up and say ‘I want to allow this man into my world. And I want to give birth to this baby. That’s not my decision. I follow suit. ‘

Amicable: Mariah and Nick have remained on good terms after being reunited after their split to be co-parents of their language (photo in 2018)

Amicable: Mariah and Nick have remained on good terms after being reunited after their split to be co-parents of their language (photo in 2018)

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