As Nick Cannon goes from having 7 kids to almost 12 in less than a year, he says he has 'no idea' if he'll have more children

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Nick Cannon at Fox Upfront 2022.Jason Mendez / WireImage
  • Nick Cannon said Friday he's unsure whether or not he'll have more kids.

  • He did, however, say he was "good" for now.

  • Cannon and model Alyssa Scott are expecting a child, which will be his twelfth.

Nick Cannon told Billboard News on Friday that while he's content with the number of kids he has now, he won't rule out having more kids in the future.

During a Billboard Live: R&B/Hip-Hop Power Players event, Cannon laughed as he responded to host Tetris Kelly asking him whether or not his family would continue to grow: "I don't know, man. I have no idea.  I think I'm good right now!"

Cannon has had a whirlwind year, growing his family from seven kids to 11 all before December. He's also expecting another child, his twelfth, with model Alyssa Scott.

Cannon told Billboard News that his many children were his "number one priority obviously."

"I wake up being a father thinking about my kids and everything else comes after that," Cannon said.

Cannon has said he would slow down on having kids before. Back when he was expecting his eighth child earlier this year, he told reporters that he would take a vow of celibacy, as recommended by his therapist.

In June, Cannon welcomed a son named Legendary Love Cannon, his first child with model Bre Tiesi. In September, he announced the birth of his daughter Onyx Ice Cole Cannon with model Lanisha Cole.

He most recently welcomed his daughter Beautiful Zeppelin Cannon on November 13 with DJ and radio host Abby De La Rosa. Rosa and Cannon also share twins Zillion and Zion.

Cannon's other children include 11-year-old twins, Monroe and Moroccan, with Mariah Carey, and three children with model Brittany Bell: Golden, 5, Powerful Queen, 1, and Rise Messiah, 1 month.

In addition to expecting a child, Cannon and Scott also shared a son, Zen, who died at 5 months old in December 2021 as a result of a brain tumor.

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