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Entertainment Nick Cannon says he will 'take a break from having kids' after welcoming seven with four women

03:46  27 september  2021
03:46  27 september  2021 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

Nick Cannon: 'My Therapist Says I Should Be Celibate' After Having 7 Kids

  Nick Cannon: 'My Therapist Says I Should Be Celibate' After Having 7 Kids Nick Cannon: 'My Therapist Says I Should Be Celibate' After Having 7 Kids“My therapist says I should be celibate,” the All That alum, 40, told Entertainment Tonight on Thursday, September 23. “OK, give me a break bus. I’m [gonna] take a break from having kids.

Nick Cannon says he plans to slow down on baby-making after welcoming four children within a year.

The actor, 40, spoke to Entertainment Tonight about recently having kids, revealing his therapist suggested he be celibate.

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"I'm not sitting out here planning it. My therapist says I should be celibate," Cannon told the outlet.

Nick Cannon says he plans to slow down on baby-making after welcoming four kids within a year. © Getty Nick Cannon says he plans to slow down on baby-making after welcoming four kids within a year.

"Okay, give me a break bus," he joked.

"I'm [gonna] take a break from having kids. I come from a big family, I have several siblings, [and] being raised in an unorthodox family by my grandparents at times, I've experienced such a wide range of upbringing that I have such a love and passion for kids and family. I want a big family too. The Lord has blessed me with what I asked. Ask and you shall receive."

Nick Cannon considering celibacy after welcoming seventh child

  Nick Cannon considering celibacy after welcoming seventh child Nick Cannon considering celibacy after welcoming seventh childThe TV presenter hit headlines earlier this year when it was confirmed he was a father of three new babies, with DJ Abby De La Rosa giving birth to twins Zion and Zillion in June, and model Alyssa Scott welcoming a baby boy named Zen later that same month.


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Cannon, who is set to launch his eponymous daytime talk show, welcomed twins Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir with Abby De La Rosa on June 14. His son Zen, whom he shares with model Alyssa Scott, was born nine days after Zillion and Zion.

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Cannon also welcomed a daughter, Powerful Queen, back in December with Brittany Bell — with whom he also shares four-year-old son Golden. Cannon is also a dad to 10-year-old twins (son Moroccan and daughter Monroe) with ex-wife Mariah Carey.

On his radio show in July, Cannon said he has been "having these kids on purpose" after City Girls rapper JT advised him to "wrap it up," a nod to using a condom during sex.

"I don't have no accident," he said on Power 106 Los Angeles radio show at the time. "Trust me, there's a lot of people that I could've gotten pregnant that I didn't... The ones that got pregnant are the ones that were supposed to get pregnant."

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