Nick Cannon Talks Respect for Baby Mamas, Discusses Expanding Family
Nick Cannon, host of The Masked Singer and renowned comedian, recently appeared on Audacy’s The Home Team Morning Show to discuss the Future Superstar tour and show. During the interview, Cannon opened up about his family life and his relationships with the mothers of his children.
Nick Cannon Opens Up About His Family Life
Cannon is no stranger to the limelight, having made a name for himself in the entertainment industry. In a recent interview on Hot 104.1, Cannon addressed some of the speculation and rumors surrounding his family life.
During the interview, Cannon spoke about his respect and admiration for the mothers of his children, acknowledging the sacrifices they make for the family. He emphasized that regardless of any challenges or disagreements, he would always show love and respect for them.
When asked about having more kids, Cannon admitted he isn’t sure if that’s on the horizon. Then, he went on to joke that people challenging him to have more kids may sway his decision. As he continues to pursue his career in entertainment, he remains dedicated to being a loving and supportive partner and father.
Cannon also discussed his approach to providing for his family, stating that he did not set a monthly allowance for himself but instead provided what his family needed whenever they asked for it. He explained that his role as a provider extended beyond just financial support, and that he was always there for his family whenever they need him.
Nick Cannon Shares An Update On His Lupus
Cannon recently opened up about his health scare related to his lupus condition during an interview on Hot 104.1 in St. Louis. Cannon revealed that while preparing for his upcoming Future Superstar tour, he experienced a health scare that led him to seek medical attention.
“I knew something was up ’cause I didn’t know if I had pneumonia or y’know ’cause everybody got COVID but mine stayed too long,” Cannon said.
Cannon went on to reveal that in December of last year, he had to go back to the hospital to address his health issues. The host also asked Cannon about any dietary adjustments he has made as a result of his health condition. Cannon shared that he has tried various diets in the past, including vegan and plant-based diets, but his doctors have advised him to “eat to live.”
“I’ve learned a lot, and a lot of this stuff (diets) ain’t for everybody, you gotta understand your own body,” Cannon said. “Right now my doctors tell me that I gotta eat to live.”