Nick Cannon Raps Message for Unborn Twins in Sade's Song

April 13, 2011 05:02:10 GMT

The husband of Mariah Carey warns his unborn babies that the world they're going to live in is dangerous and full of hatred.


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Nick Cannon has a message for his unborn twins, and he raps it in Sade's song "Pearls". Going to welcome the babies in the near future, the host of "America's Got Talent" kicks in, "Gotta spit these pearls to my unborns/ Poems 'til they get into this world."

He then proceeds to tell the babies, "Show 'em how to fit into this world/ Knowing unless you're gonna make a difference you ain't s**t in this world/ Excuse my language/ Dang, guess I'm just anxious, man, to take away the suffering pain, hatred and anguish/ This place is dangerous."

Nick continues to warn the twins, "They're gonna hate on your skin tone, hate your income, hate your homes and even hate on your mom/ Hate on me for even making this song." In the next lines, he raps, "Don't be too religious, that is just business/ I hate to say it, but it is what it is."

The babies will be the first ones for both Nick and his wife Mariah Carey. To commemorate her pregnancy, the celebrity couple has posed naked for a magazine spread. In addition to the new pictures with her hubby, Mariah has additionally stripped off alone for another magazine's cover.



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