Nick Cannon opts for a rock look in a black leather jacket while at Hip Hop & Mental Health event
Nick Cannon sported an all-black look when he showed up on Saturday to host the Hip Hop & Mental Health: Facing The Stigma Together event at the GRAMMY Museum.
The 41-year-old host of Wild ‘n Out rocked a stylish black leather jacket over a matching crew-neck T-shirt and jeans, and covered his head with a black turban.
Organized by the Black Music Collective of the Recording Academy, MusiCares and the Universal Hip Hop Museum in Los Angeles, the event aimed to “strengthen the importance of mental wellbeing, especially in hip-hop culture.”
Host of the night: Nick Cannon sported an all-black look when he showed up on Saturday to host the Hip Hop & Mental Health: Facing The Stigma Together event at the GRAMMY Museum
Cannon completed his trendy look with silver glasses and chunky black boots.
The rapper caught a wide smile as he posed with Universal Hip Hop Museum Executive Producer and Advisory Board member Tina Marie Tyler, Music Director Adrian Miller and panelist Eric Brooks on the red carpet.
Tyler looked ravishing in a fitted, long-sleeved black dress, which she paired with open-toe platform heels.
All black: The 41-year-old host of Wild ‘n Out rocked in a black leather jacket and posed with panelists Tina Marie Tyler, Eric Brooks and Adrian Miller on the red carpet
The beauty completed her look with a slew of bangles and rocked her brown locks in pretty curls.
Brooks was casually cool in a Nirvana T-shirt, black jeans, and white sneakers, while Miller wore a white button-up shirt, black slacks, and blue-and-white trainers.
Tyler was one of the special guests to give the opening address at the event, while Miller and Brooks spoke on the panel.
Casual: The rapper paired his look with a matching crew-neck T-shirt and jeans, and covered his head with a black turban
Mental health: The event wanted to “strengthen the importance of mental wellbeing” and promised a “candid, forward-thinking discussion of mental health in hip-hop and beyond”
The other two panelists were Michael ‘Blue’ Williams and Dawn Richard.
The description of the event promised a “candid, forward-thinking discussion of mental wellbeing in hip-hop and beyond.”
The event also included “culturally competent mental health professionals” who discussed “current science-based treatment modalities and how together we can fight the stigma associated with mental health.”
Panel Discussion: Cannon hosted the panel, featuring Brooks, Michael ‘Blue’ Williams and Miller
The outing comes after his baby mama Bre Tiesi jokingly clarified that her relationship with the actor was ‘not a cult’ during a performance at the Sure podcasting.
Bre, 31, was more reserved elsewhere in the interview, when she seemed to dodge a straight answer when asked if Cannon’s seven children with four different women counted as “polygamy.”
The model and real estate agent is ready to welcome Cannon’s eighth child, while he already has a ninth on the way with Abby De La Rosa.
Defensive: Cannon’s baby mama Bre Tiesi, 31, told the Know For Sure podcast Tuesday that she’s not in a “cult” with the other women Cannon impregnated
Evasive: She stayed vague when asked about their relationship status – “It’s not necessarily a thing” – and backed off when asked if they practiced “polygamy”: This is our relationship and what you do out there is what you do out there is doing ‘
Bre, whose due date is October 25, according to TMZalong with B. Simone and Megan Brooks, claimed she was “torn apart” because she chose to start a family with the 41-year-old Drumline actor.
When asked about her relationship status with the father of her future child, she remained vague.
“It’s not necessarily a thing,” she told them, before adding that Cannon is “satisfying her needs.”
When the hosts asked if they practiced “polygamy,” Bre also seemed to avoid a direct answer.
“This is us alone,” she said. “This is our relationship and what you do out there, you do out there. Everything is respectful. Everything is fair.’
Growing family: Cannon currently shares twins Moroccan and Monroe, 11, with ex-wife Mariah Carey (pictured in 2018). He and Brittany Bell have son Golden, five, and daughter Powerful, one, and he shares one-year-old twins Zion and Zillion with Abby Del La Rosa
Cannon currently shares 11-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with his ex-wife Mariah Carey. He and Brittany Bell have a five-year-old son Golden and a one-year-old daughter Powerful, and he shares one-year-old twins Zion and Zillion with Abby Del La Rosa.
Bre announced she would give birth to Nick’s eighth child in December 2021, and Abby recently revealed she was pregnant with what would become his ninth child.
Although Bre wouldn’t say exactly what their relationship was, she said she would be “happy” if Nick decided to devote herself full-time to a single woman.
“I love him,” she added, before noting that it’s sometimes “hard” to know he’s intimate with other women, though she tries not to compare herself to them.
Brie Tiesi and Nick Cannon share some moments from their babymoon
Bad timing: Bre lamented that she was ‘torn apart’ on social media for planning to reveal her baby’s sex shortly after Nick and Alyssa Scott’s son Zen died of brain cancer in December 2021
Elsewhere in the chat, Bre complained that she was “torn apart” on social media for scheduling her baby’s gender reveal shortly after Nick and Alyssa Scott’s son, Zen died of a rare form of brain cancer in December 2021, when he was only five months old. †
“It was a very delicate situation,” she said of the aftermath of Alyssa’s loss. “I can’t imagine what she was going through… It was all f***ed. Of course I felt bad.
“How do I respect this person without taking away everything I want for myself?” she mused, before mentioning a previous miscarriage. “What if I don’t have another child, so now I don’t have a gender reveal, I don’t have a baby shower, I don’t celebrate my moment and my child? It was such a struggle.’
Bre said in the interview that she is not currently speaking to any of the women Nick shares children with, although she said she had “all intentions” to ensure her son would have a strong relationship with his half-siblings. .
“If any of us are unhappy with the situation at some point, we can do whatever we want,” she said. “I know I can do that if I can’t meet my needs or if I want something else. I might change my mind.’
Staying Close: Bre said in the interview that she’s not currently speaking to any of the women Nick shares children with, though she said she had “all intentions” to ensure her son has a strong relationship with his half-siblings; Nick with Moroccan and Monroe in 2018