By Alesia Stanford for Dailymail.Com
18:53 February 25, 2023, updated 19:13 February 25, 2023
Nick Cannon said that when it comes to deciding whether or not to have more children, he leaves that decision to the Almighty.
The Masked Singer host, 42, who was recently spotted on a date night with one of her partners, Abby De La Rosa, recently told Entertainment Tonight, “God decides when we’re ready.”
‘I definitely have my hands full,’ the father of 12 admitted, ‘and I’m so focused. I’m locked up. But when I’m 85, you never know. I would.’
Nick announced in June that he was practicing consensual non-monogamy and shared the coin his therapist mentioned in a YouTube Live interview.
“People like to classify what I do as polyamory or polygamy, but even that I always say, defining myself is limiting me.”
The Misfits actor shares 11-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan with ex-wife Mariah Carey, 53.
He is also father to Rise, five months; Powerful, two; and Golden, six, with Brittany Bell, 35, as well as Beautiful, three months, and twins Zion and Zillion, one, with Abby.
Halo, two months, and the late Zen are his children with Alyssa Scott, 29; He co-parents Legendary, seven months, with Bre Tiesi, 31; and Onyx, five months, with LaNisha Cole, 41.
While Nick isn’t the primary caretaker, it takes some effort to keep up with his large family. The night owl often wakes up at 2 a.m. to go to work.
Everyone thinks it’s time management. It’s power management,” the Wild ‘N Out host explained.
‘If we are all on the same page, the flow is a lot easier. If there’s any kind of low frequency or discord, that’s what messes up the schedule.
“As long as we’re all on the same page and we all have the same goal — to be the best parents we can possibly be — that works, and then the schedule is the schedule.”
The producer, who was due to launch his Future Superstar Tour Saturday in Los Angeles, said he works with his children’s future in mind.
“Hopefully, thanks to what I can do, my kids can do what they want,” he argued.
“If they want to be a nuclear physicist, I know someone at an Ivy League school who could [contact]. If they want to join the military, if they want to be artists, if they want to be actors, it’s something that we have the capabilities for.
“Let’s talk about it now so we can help make your dreams come true.”