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Nick Cannon Says He's 'Turning Pain Into Purpose' Following Son Zen's Death, Talks New Foundation (Exclusive)

Nick Cannon is opening up about his new pediatric cancer foundation created in honor of his son, Zen, who died of brain cancer in December. «I'm a true believer in turning your pain into purpose,» Cannon told ET exclusively while at the Los Angeles stop of his Wild n Out rap battle tour. «To know how much joy that he brought our family, I just wanted to spread that light.»Cannon announced the Zen's Light Foundation alongside his son's mother, Alyssa Scott, on Friday, one day after what would have been Zen's first birthday.

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Nick Cannon, Alyssa Scott Create Foundation in Honor of Late Son Zen on What Would've Been His 1st Birthday
Nick Cannon and Alyssa Scott have announced a new foundation in honor of their late son, Zen, with the goal of helping to find a cure for pediatric cancer.Nick and Alyssa took to their Instagrams on Friday and announced the Zen's Light Foundation, whose mission «is to foster global excellence in hope, grief-care, and pediatric healthcare for families and children in need.» Nick and Alyssa attended «a beautiful lighting ceremony to honor the life of an Angel» to commemorate the occasion. Zen's parents also thanked the Children's Hospital of Orange County for helping them pull off the inaugural event.«Can't wait for next year where our Lighting Gala will continue [to] grow to help find a cure for pediatric [c]ancer, further research and help console more families during difficult times,» the caption concluded.A post shared by NICK CANNON (@nickcannon)The foundation announcement comes one day after Alyssa posted a video montage of Zen on what would have been his first birthday. The video montage, set to Vince Gill's «Go Rest High on That Mountain,» included some of Zen's cutest moments, from snippets of Alyssa holding Zen and her daughter hanging out with the baby boy in the crib to Zen smiling while donning Mickey Mouse pajamas.Alyssa captioned the post, saying, «Happy heavenly birthday Zen.
Nick Cannon says women would 'give him a little vagina' to cure depression
Nick Cannon has confirmed he is expecting more kids this year and claims women would give him "a little vagina" to cure him after becoming depressed following the death of his baby son.During an interview on the Lip Service podcast, the American comic hinted as many as three of his babies could be born this year.Questioned over reports that he has "three babies on the way", the 41-year-old said: "When you say 'on the way...'"What count are you at? Let's just put it this way, the stork is on the way."Nick had planned to become celibate from October 2021 to January after his therapist told him he needed to "chill out".However, his plans went awry and he is now expecting his ninth child.Nick said: "I didn't even make it to the top of the year but then I started going through some stuff with... I got depressed with the loss of my son."In December, everyone saw I was so down, everybody's like I'm just going to give him a little vagina, that's going to cure it all."Zen, Nick's son with Alyssa Scott, tragically passed away at five months old from brain cancer on December 5, 2021.He made the announcement on The Nick Cannon show that week, saying his son has died after suffering from hydrocephalus, a build up of fluid in the cavities of the brain.Nick said the tumour developed quickly and shared his last few moments with Zen on a beach trip.
Nick Cannon reveals he’s having more babies this year as he prepares to welcome eighth child: ‘I fell victim to the vagina’
Nick Cannon’s baby train won’t be stopping any time soon as the entertainer has revealed he’s expecting more children this year. The Wild N Out host is currently awaiting the arrival of his eighth child after announcing model Bre Tiesi was pregnant earlier this year. He has seven other children with five women; twins Moroccan and Monroe, 11, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, Golden ‘Sagon’, five, and one-year-old Powerful Queen with Brittany Bell, and 11-month-old twins Zion and Zillion Heir with Abby De La Rosa. His baby boy Zen with model Alyssa Scott died in December aged just five months after being diagnosed with a brain tumour. Over the weekend, Abby announced she was pregnant again and expecting another set of twins. She did not reveal the father’s identity but rumours are rife that they are Nick’s children, while he’s also believed to have another baby on the way. When asked if he’s expecting three more children, Nick, 41, said on Angela Yee’s Lip Service podcast: ‘When you say “on the way…” what count are you at? Let’s just put it this way… the stork is on the way.’ He then laughed: ‘I don’t know, it could be… If you thought it was a lot of kids last year.’ Angela then predicted that his new bundles of joy would arrive by September or October, to which he quipped coyly: ‘Y’all are pretty good at math.’ The former America’s Got Talent presenter also explained how he sought counselling last year to get to the root of his rampant sex life, and attempted celibacy after his therapist said he ‘needed to chill out’.
Nick Cannon considering vasectomy after fathering eight children as he jokes about ‘populating the earth’
Nick Cannon has gone for a vasectomy consultation as he prepares to welcome his eighth child.The chat show host, 41, is expecting a son with his girlfriend, model Bre Tiesi, with Nick now joking he ‘isn’t looking to populate the earth completely.’Nick already shares twins Moroccan and Monroe, 10, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, and Golden, four, and Powerful Queen, one, with Brittany Bell.He also has 10-month-old twins Zion and Zillion with former flame Abby de la Rosa.Nick’s youngest son Zen, who he shared with model Alyssa Scott, died of brain cancer in December at just five months old; Nick announced he was to become a father again the following January.While Nick has often spoken about his love for all of his children, he has now decided to make steps towards getting a vasectomy as he admits he doesn’t know if he would intentionally have had so many children so close in age.He told E! News: ”I don’t know if I would’ve designed it this way, but it’s one of those things when you’re blessed with the gifts of children’.He added that, ‘as we all know, I’ve been through so much, I find solace, I find peace in my children and I find purpose.’Nick confirmed that he had already been for a vasectomy consultation and is ‘looking forward to taking care and loving all the children that I currently have.’Earlier this year, the star admitted he is sometimes kept awake at night with ‘heavy guilt ‘about his son, Zen, as he worries he didn’t spend enough time with him before his death.Speaking on his show, he said: ‘I have other children even in a similar age that I was like, “OK, I’m guilty that I’m not there every day.