According to reports, Nick Cannon’s ex Mariah Carey has put the brakes on his intentions to form a family band with all of his kids from various relationships. The iconic singer, according to a claim from Radar Online, does not want his 11-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan to participate in anything with his other nine children. The oldest children of Nick Cannon are Monroe and Moroccan.
Then, he shares Brittany Bell with 6-year-old Golden Sagon, 2-year-old Powerful Queen, and 6-month-old Rise Messiah. Along with radio host Abby De La Rosa, he also has a sibling-sharing arrangement with the 2-year-old twins Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir and the 4-month-old Beautiful Zeppelin.
The squad is completed by the late Zen, who died at the age of five in December 2021 after being diagnosed with brain cancer, the 10-month-old Legendary Love with Bre Tiesi, the 5-month-old Onyx Ice with LaNisha Cole, and the 7-month-old Halo Marie he has with Alyssa Scott.
With all 12 of his children, starting a band would be a fascinating venture, especially in light of Nick’s previous declaration that he is not interested in getting them all together just yet. The Wild ‘N Out host revealed to PEOPLE in April that all of his children come together “when necessary,”