Father of 12 Nick Cannon Reveals Why He Decided to Take Out a $10 Million Insurance Policy on His Balls: “Just Making Sure Nothing Goes Wrong”

“These are some priceless CANNONBALLS!”

File this one under: “Things Only Nick Cannon Would Do.” 

After welcoming a dozen children, Nick Cannon recently came to the decision to insure his testicles for a cool $10 million– a policy The Masked Singer host claims was entirely needed. 

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Nick explained the reason behind this, um…unique move, claiming he “had to insure [his] most valuable assets.” 

“ … You hear about all these different celebrities insuring their legs … so I was like, ‘Hey, well, I got to insure my most valuable body part,’” he said. “[I’m] just making sure nothing goes wrong.” 

Naturally, Nick opened up about insuring his “assets” while celebrating his son Legendary Love’s 2nd birthday. 

In addition to Legendary Love, whom he shares with Bre Tiesi, Nick shares 13-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with ex-wife Mariah Carey; seven-year-old Golden, three-year-old Powerful Queen and 21-month-old Rise Messiah with Brittany Bell; three-year-old twins Zion and Zillion and 19-month-old Beautiful Zeppelin with Abby De La Rosa; 21-month-old Onyx Ice with LaNisha Cole; and 18-month-old Halo Marie with Alyssa Scott. 

(Nick and Alyssa are also parents to son Zen, who died from a brain tumor at five months old in 2021.) 

Last month, the Wild ’N Out star joked about his penchant for procreating in an Instagram post sponsored by the brand Dr. Squatch. 

“Haters say it’s time for me to stop having kids and put this super sperm to rest, but I’m doubling down on these valuable balls and my future kids,” his post read, according to E! News. “Shoutout to Dr. Squatch for giving my balls the credit they deserve and hooking me up with the protection I need to keep this family tree rolling!” 

Nick has continued to make light of his baby-making-ways in other ads sponsored by the brand, as well. 

While Nick is prepared to “keep this family tree rolling,” he told People in January that there are “no plans on the horizon as of yet” to welcome Baby Cannon No. 13. 

“I’m chilling right now … ,” he said. “It’s so funny, everybody’s always trying to get me to have more kids. It’s like, 12 ain’t enough?” 

Still, Nick stated at the time that he considers 13 “a good number,” hinting that a baker’s dozen brood may happen at some point. 

“It’s definitely a lucky number,” he added. 

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(Photos: Instagram; MTV) 

7 Responses

  1. Maybe it would be better to use that money to idk, PAY for all those kids, they will never have a good sibling relationship with each other cuz you had so many. I wonder if any of them will denounce him once they grow older.

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