Nick Cannon cuddles with month-old twin boys Zion and Zillion Cannon, the fifth and sixth of the entertainer’s SEVEN children
He’s famously outspoken and unabashed about having a multitude of babies with three different women… all in the past seven months.
And Nick Cannon posed with two of those four toddlers last weekend, when he appeared on former partner Abby De La Rosa’s Instagram in a series of professional portraits alongside newborn twins Zion and Zillion Cannon.
The comedian and television host, 40, smiled from ear to ear in the snaps, which showed the proud parents and twin boys reclining against a fluffy white background.
In one fell swoop, Nick and Abby, 30, kissed their little ones, who were both dressed in black rompers that read “Hey” and “Hi there.”
The babies were born on June 16, just days before Nick welcomed another son, Zen, with his rumored current girlfriend Alyssa Scott.
And last December, the former America’s Got Talent MC welcomed his second child with ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell, a daughter named Powerful Queen.
Fertile father: Two of Nick Cannon’s four newborns were born in mid-June, days before he welcomed another son, Zen, with his rumored current girlfriend Alyssa Scott (pictured)
Cannon and Bell, a 33-year-old model, are also parents to a little boy named Golden, who is four years old.
And in addition to those five children, Nick is of course the father of two more twins, the ten-year-old Moroccan and Monroe, with his ex-wife Mariah Carey.
And the ever-prolific entertainer insists none of the pregnancies were accidents.
His oldest children: Nick is of course the father of another twin, ten-year-old Moroccan and Monroe, with his ex-wife Mariah Carey
“I’m not in an accident,” Cannon said during his… Power 106 radio show on Wednesday, adding that ‘there are a lot of people I could have gotten pregnant when I didn’t’.
He continued, “Those who conceived are the ones who would conceive.”
Earlier in the broadcast, the Wild ‘n Out host joked to his fellow guest that he was “here like a seahorse.” That’s exactly how I reproduce.’
These two are seven in all: Last December, the former America’s Got Talent MC welcomed his second child with ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell, a daughter named Powerful Queen
Nick previously joked about not wanting to use contraceptives in a 2017 interview with Howard Stern, so he may not be against any more kids in the future.
After speaking about his battle with the autoimmune disease Lupus, he said, “I’m probably going to die before most people…so let’s fuck all night! So why wear condoms? I may not be there tomorrow!’
The TV host was diagnosed with the disease in 2012 and was hospitalized in 2016.
And in an interview with The sun as of June, Nick’s father James suggested that his son’s many children were due in part to his anti-abortion beliefs.
Proud Dad: Nick previously joked about not wanting to use contraceptives in a 2017 interview, so he may not be against more kids in the future