Nick Cannon Rebukes The “Deadbeat Dad” Claims And Says He Makes $100 Million A Year

May 9, 2023 / Posted by:

Nick Cannon did a puff piece with the Los Angeles Times where he talks about being “villainized” because of his choice to father twelve children with six different women. In fact, he refutes these “deadbeat dad” claims and says he is an amazing father who makes $100 million a year. I’m sure this is news to the IRS… and Nick’s accountant.

Nick has twelve children: 12-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with his ex-wife Mariah Carey; 6-year-old son Golden “Sagon,” 2-year-old Powerful Queen and a 7-month-old son, Rise Messiah, with Brittany Bell; 22-month-old twins Zion and Zillion and 5-month-old daughter Beautiful Zeppelin with Abby De La Rosa; a 10-month-old son Legendary Love with Bre Tiesi; a 7-month-old daughter Onyx Ice with LaNisha Cole, and a 4-month-old daughter Halo Marie with Alyssa Scott. Nick and Alyssa also had a son, Zen, who tragically passed at 5 months from a brain tumor.

Nick has previously claimed to pay “a lot more” than $3 million in “child support” for the kids but later said that he doesn’t pay the mothers a “set amount of money.” They have to tell him what they want, and he’ll decide if he’ll pay for it, but he said there’s “never been something that one of the mothers of my children has asked for and they didn’t receive.” Because of that and because he has so many children with different women, some have called him a “deadbeat dad,” and he resents that title. via E! News:

“I hear all the time: “You can’t be present for all those children.” So therefore I get this deadbeat dad title.”

And while he acknowledges that “the narrative is, “He has a bunch of kids,”” Cannon said, “I’m really at a place now where I don’t care what people know. I’d rather just operate. It’s more about really being a good person instead of telling people you’re a good person.”

Yeah, how dare we think this guy is a deadbeat? The man who forgot the name of one of his children on The Howard Stern Show? And his sainthood goes a step further because 42-year-old Nick claims he had all these kids because the women in his life were decrepit, aging crones who wanted babies. But he words it differently:

As for why he wanted to have so many children, Cannon said it came from a place of making his partners happy after they expressed their desires to have kids soon.

“A lot of them are in the same age group,” he said. “And I just wanted to give them what they desired. I kept saying, “I can handle it.””

And he “handles it” with all of his moolah, because Nick claims he’s fucking RIIIIICH, via Huffington Post:

He assured critics he was providing ample love and support for his big brood, estimating he made $100 million a year.

Cannon told the LA Times he earns over $20 million for The Masked Singer and more income from the weekday radio show The Daily Cannon, two sports bars and his Ncredible record label, in addition to his frequent TV and film appearances.

I know he didn’t list his Ncredible record label as an income. Bitch, please–what has it released? That Eminem diss track that got #RIPNickCannon trending, or the song where he whines about missing Mariah Carey? I’m sure both of those made $50 million each in streams (of vomit.)

Pic: Seth Browarnik/Startraksphoto

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