AceShowbiz - Nick Cannon apparently has backtracked on his decision to practice celibacy. After Saweetie spoke out her parental desires, the "Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out" host jokingly volunteered to give her some babies.
On Saturday, November 6, the 28-year-old raptress tweeted, "I want some babies." It didn't take long for Nick to respond to her tweet. The 41-year-old comedian didn't use any words, instead choosing to employ a curious face emoji, a ninja emoji, a laughing emoji and a guy raising his hand. He also retweeted the post.
Back in October, Nick, who already has seven children with four women, shared that he's planning to live as a celibate for the time being. "I told you, man, I'm celibate right now," he told DJ EFN and N.O.R.E. on October 1. "I'm going to see if I could make it to 2022."
Nick went on to say, "I'm trying to chill out though. I'm chillin', I'm kind of stepping away, getting focused, going within, getting my celibacy on." The host of "The Masked Singer" added, "I have enough children, enough frolicking, I'm good right now." When the hosts appeared to doubt his plan, he responded, "Nah, y'all said I ain't really. I'm saying I'm going in."
Nick made headlines this past year for having four children with three different women in the span of a few months. The former spouse of Mariah Carey, however, admitted that he didn't understand why people took issue with his decision.
"Well, why do people question that?" Nick said during his appearance on "The Breakfast Club" in August. He added, "I mean, because that's a Eurocentric concept when you think about the ideas of, like, you're supposed to have this one person for the rest of your life and really that's just a classified property when you think about it."
In September, Nick hinted that he's open to having more kids. When asked if he wants to have more kids, the comedian said, "If God's willing." He went on to explain, "If God sees it that way, then I'ma keep goin'."
Nick shares 10-year-old twins, Monroe and Moroccan, with Mariah. The "Love Don't Cost a Thing" actor is also a parent to 4-year-old son Golden and 10-month-old daughter Powerful Queen whom he shares with Brittany Bell. In June, Nick and Abby De La Rosa welcomed twins Zion and Zillion. Later that month, model Alyssa Scott confirmed the birth of their baby Zen.