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Nick Cannon Mocks His Child Support Struggles, Hints At Having 25 BABIES!?

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By Fiyin Olowokandi on September 7, 2023 at 12:00 PM EDT

Nick Cannon seems to be feeling the weight of his child support payments!

As fans know, the famous comedian is a father to twelve adorable kids from multiple women, including his ex-wife Mariah Carey and baby mamas Brittany Bell, Abby De La Rosa, Alyssa Scott, LaNisha Cole, and Bre Tiesi.

Despite having a dozen children, Cannon previously divulged that he does not pay child support. however, he is now poking fun at his situation, indicating he may have more babies than he lets on.

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Nick Cannon Pokes Fun At His Child Support Struggles In Hilarious TikTok Video

The 42-year-old TV star recently took to TikTok with humorous content about his child support dilemma, gaining quite the attention from his enthusiastic fans. As seen in the clip, the "Drumline" star wore a vivid yellow hoodie and was busy with some paperwork at a table when his phone alerted him to a FaceTime call from "Baby Mama #25."

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A mechanical voice could be heard from the device, saying, "Nick, it's time for your child support," but Cannon did not pick up. Instead, he sent an auto-message that read, "Sorry, I can't talk right now."

The "Roll Bounce" actor echoed the statement in the post's caption, and in no time, the comments section was filled with varied opinions from fans. One commenter joked that the voice sounded like his ex-wife Carey's, while another noted that Cannon was "becoming self-aware."  

A third follower who was not so taken with the post wrote, "It's not cute nor funny that u carelessly created all of those broken families/ single mothers who be lucky to have a part-time dad at least." 

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Others joked some more about the video, with one writing, "The fact he has them numbered????" and another followed, "Ooohhh you've got jokes!!!???."

"NICE 1 NICK…????," an ensuing comment read before a fellow TikTok user remarked, "He's like they be clowning on me, let me do it myself???."

One fan found it funny that the dad-of-twelve had an alarm for everything, while another teased, "That reminder must go off ALL the time..??." Earlier in May, Cannon announced on "The Jason Lee Podcast" that he was "not in the child support system that is run by the government."

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During the appearance, he maintained that the six women who mother his kids are free to have "whatever they want, whatever they ask for." The "Lip Sync Battle Shorties" host then clarified, "My money is they [sic] money, they [sic] money is my money. … My account is their account, and there's a lot in there, so we ain't gon' run out." 

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He further stressed that he was not bothered about protecting his assets even with 12 kids as he believed "true currency" is one's energy. In more words, he explained,

"I wish I could make a contract [that says], 'You cannot take this much of my energy when you leave.' Money comes and goes. I always tell people, 'Money don't make you happy. Happy makes you money.' So I'm always going to be good, and every dollar that I make is for my family."

'The Masked Singer' Host Spoke About His Plans To Be 'Intentional' With His Kids

Despite Cannon's playful joke about having baby number 25, during a June episode of Dr. Laura Berman's podcast "The Language of Love," Cannon opened up about his plans to be more intentional with the number of children he has.

The "Daily Cannon Show" host mentioned that he had considered getting a vasectomy so he would refrain from making more babies without proper planning. "You never know," the "America's Got Talent" host shared. "I've definitely contemplated deeply. I no longer want to be careless. I wanna be a lot more intentional with life, especially when dealing with creating life."

He also admitted that while he loved all his babies, he probably wasn't intentional" about their conception. Cannon said, "I was kind of like, 'Oh, if it happens, amazing. God's miracle.'"

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Following the birth of baby number 12, he realized he could not go on having kids without being able to spend enough time with them. 

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With that, he declared, "So I wanna be intentional in all of their lives currently, and I don't want to spread anyone else thinner than they already are."

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