“My Favorite Baby Mama Is…” Nick Cannon Says After Seven Children And Four Wives

Nick Cannon has expressed an interest in having additional children.

The “Wild ‘N Out” star, who has Moroccan, 10, and Monroe, 10 months, with ex-wife Mariah Carey; Golden, 4, and Powerful Queen, 10 months, with Brittany Bell; Zion and Zillion, 4 months, with Abby De La Rosa; and Zen, also 4 months, with Alyssa Scott — recently pledged to remain celibate for a period of time, but now says he’s open to the idea of fathering more children.
Andy Cohen of “Watch What Happens Live” asked Nick who his “favorite baby mom” is when they were playing “Plead the Fifth” on “The Nick Cannon Show.”

Nick grinned and said, “I got this.” instead of refusing to answer. Andy, I’m not afraid of you.”
“The next one is my favorite baby mother!”

But that doesn’t rule out the possibility that one of his “previous baby mamas may potentially be [his] next one,” according to the 41-year-old actor.
“That’s all I’m saying!” he added.

The “Masked Singer” host’s remark came only days after he appeared to volunteer to father Saweetie’s children.
“I want some babies,” she tweeted.
Nick responded with emojis of a thinking face, a ninja, rolling around on the floor laughing, and a man raising one hand.

After his therapist suggested he try celibacy, the actor stated early last month that he was aiming to go without sex for the remainder of the year.
“I told you, guy, I’m celibate right now,” he added. I’m going to try to make it till 2022.”
“I’m good right now; I’ve had enough children and frolicking.”
Nick has previously refuted claims that he has fathered an excessive number of children, stating that having a “large family” has always been his desire.
“I come from a large family, I have multiple siblings, and having been raised in an unconventional household by my grandparents at times, I’ve had such a diverse variety of upbringing that I have such a love and enthusiasm for kids and family,” he continued.

“I want a big family too. The Lord has blessed me with what I asked.
“Ask and you shall receive.”

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