Nick Cannon Admits He Mixed Up Some Of The Mother’s Day Cards For The Moms Of His 12 Kids
Mega-sperm carrier Nick Cannon recently assured everyone that he didn’t fumble his past marriage to Mariah Carey, but it looks like he admittedly DID fumble Mother’s Day for at least a few of the six mothers of his 12 children this year. So if there was still any notion that he’s been handling this mass re-population effort he’s perplexingly spearheaded, well, the answer is “definitely not” if his mixing up of the handwritten Mother’s Day cards he attempted to hand out is any indication.
According to Page Six, Nick said on his radio show yesterday that his plan was to hand out Mother’s Day cards to each of his six chosen wombs (Mariah, Brittany Bell, Abby De La Rosa, Alyssa Scott, Bre Tiesi, and LaNisha Cole). But since Hallmark doesn’t make “thank you for being willing to look like a goddamned fool and be complicit in the dysfunction of some innocent children’s lives all for the sole purpose of me having a trademark schtick” cards, he planned to include heartfelt handwritten messages inside each one.
During Monday’s episode of “The Daily Cannon,” he detailed that although he had all the right intentions to write “handwritten messages from the heart” for each of the women, it just didn’t work out as planned.
“I thought it would be a really really good idea to show people how you really feel, write it down,” Cannon told co-hosts Courtney Bee Bledsoe, Mason Moussette and Abby De La Rosa, who is the mother of his twins Zion and Zillion and 6-month-old Beautiful.
However, all of his energy must have vacated his brain long ago to migrate to his ball sack; because he ended up handing out the wrong cards to a few of the baby mamas. As Nick continued on, it was evident that co-host/baby mama Abby wasn’t one of those who got someone else’s card. Probably because she’s the one who recently claimed that seeing Nick with his other BMs turns her on, which probably turned him on enough to at least remember her name.
“As I’m writing a handwritten message, I get the cards mixed up. And then so when one baby mama reads the card about how I feel about the other baby mama …” Cannon said before De La Rosa let out an audible “wow” from her microphone.
It is unclear if the DJ was one of the mothers who got swapped, but her reaction suggests that she received the correct card.
Next year, these women should fully expect less.
“I tried my best, I really did,” he added.
Cannon exclaimed that the mix-up might not have happened if he had “just gotten some generic s—t that everybody else got,” but his co-host didn’t let him off easy.
“No, if you would have focused, that wouldn’t have happened,” Bledsoe told him.
Here’s him slouching through that story. He must be multitasking by icing his nuts or impregnating someone else under that table during the show:
Nick claims to make “$100 million a year,” and he can’t even spring for one of those Kay Jewelers’ Jane Seymour “Open Heart” necklaces (that always looked more like a set of boobs and a butt than “open hearts” to me) for each of these six forlorn uteri? Time for him to hire an assistant whose sole responsibility is to keep a spreadsheet of who gave birth to which child(ren), along with one positive maternal characteristic for each, so this mess doesn’t happen next year!
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