Nick Cannon Thanks His Exes For ‘Toxic Origin Story’ In Cryptic Post: ‘Gladly Turning Into The Villain Y’all Want Me To Be!’
Seems like Nick Cannon’s love life may be experiencing a rough patch.
The famed TV personality suggested as much earlier today (May 4th), posting an ambiguous message, seemingly accusing his exes of turning him into a “villain.”
Nick Cannon wrote via Twitter:
“To all my ex’s Thanks for my toxic Origin story! Gladly turning into the Villain all y’all want me to be!!”
The 42-year-old didn’t follow up on his statements nor clarify exactly who he is referring to. However, it’s certainly possible that the remark could be aimed at one of the mothers of his 12 children.
As we’ve extensively covered over the past couple of years, Nick Cannon’s dating and rapid family growth has been a recurring news headline. Last year alone the “Wild N’ Out” creator welcomed four of his dozen children, each with different women.
While Nick Cannon seems to maintain fairly good relationships with his offspring’s mothers (in the public eye), he did make a bit of a blunder recently. LaNisha Cole, who welcomed daughter Onyx with the “Masked Singer’ host last year, called out her child’s father after he forgot to mention their daughter when asked to name all of his children during an interview.
Cole seemingly responded to Cannon’s mistake, subsequently calling Onyx her “whole world” and sharing images of the young girl. The 41-year-old former “Price Is Right” model captioned over one of the pictures:
“My whole world… the most beautiful little girl. I will do everything I can every single day to make sure she knows how special she is and how much I love and adore her.”
Cannon also shares twins Morocco and Moroccan with ex-wife Mariah Carey — Golden, Powerful Queen, and Rise Messiah with model Brittany Bell — twin sons Zion and Zillion and daughter Beautiful Zeppelin with DJ Abby De La Rosa — late son Zen and daughter Halo with model Alyssa Scott, and son Legendary Love with model Bre Tiesi.
It’s unclear if Cannon is dating any of his children’s mothers currently, or if he considers them exes. He was previously adamant that he’d never speak ill of the women he co-parents with out of respect for them.
Do you think Nick Cannon was referring to his children’s mothers? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!
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