Nick Cannon – who is set to father eight children with five different wives – is unsurprisingly not into monogamy.
“I don’t think monogamy is healthy,” Cannon said Wednesday on “The Language of Love” podcast with Dr. Laura Berman, adding, “I feel like it’s getting into the space of the selfishness and property.”
Cannon further expressed his thoughts on marriage, saying that when two people are legally bound to each other, they shouldn’t sever that bond, but when they’re unmarried, it doesn’t feel natural to him. to remain monogamous.
“Married is not single,” said the 41-year-old, who was previously married to Mariah Carey from 2008 to 2016. “When you allow government and paperwork to come in and say, ‘This is a bond, it’s a wedding ring “…you’re not single.”
He continued: “You can always make covenants without involving the government, where two people say, ‘We choose to be monogamous because we value that so much, we don’t want anybody to be part of that energy that we have, “and I don’t think that’s healthy.
The “Wild ‘n Out” host also doubled down on her claim that all of her children’s pregnancies were planned.
“I will take full responsibility. Any woman I know and have unprotected sex with is likely to have a child,” he said. “So I feel like if I’m having unprotected sex with someone I know – because number one, I enjoy everything about me so much, if I’ve come to this point where I say, ‘I can take this condom off,’ I’m gonna say, ‘She could be the mother of my child.’
He also said he wouldn’t have unprotected sex with anyone because he’s “the biggest germ maniac in the world.”
Cannon announced he was expecting his eighth child with Bre Tiesi in January. It inspired him to embark on a journey of celibacy with the encouragement of his therapist, he revealed in February.
The “Alone” singer shares 10-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with ex-wife Mariah Carey. He shares 4-year-old son Golden “Sagon” and 1-year-old daughter Powerful Queen with Brittany Bell and has 8-month-old twins Zion Mixolydian and Zillion “Zilly” Heir with Abby De La Rosa.
Last year, the “Drumline” actor shared the heartbreaking news that he and Alyssa Scott had lost their 5-month-old son, Zen, to brain cancer.
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