Nick Cannon's Newborn Son Needed Respiratory Support After Birth as He 'Wasn't Crying'
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The 8th child of the former 'Wild 'N Out' host Legendary Love Cannon needed some assistance breathing shortly after Bre Tiesi had a 'natural unmedicated home birth.'

AceShowbiz - Nick Cannon's newborn son, Legendary Love Cannon, needed respiratory support after birth. "The Masked Singer" presenter and Bre Tiesi welcomed a son into the world after the 31-year-old beauty had an "all natural unmedicated home birth."

The TV personality has 11-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe, Golden, five, 19-month-old Powerful Queen, and 13-month-old twins Zion and Zillion from previous relationships, and also had another son Zen, who tragically died of brain cancer aged just five months last December. And in a vlog on YouTube documenting the entire labor and delivery, the 31-year-old model not only shared the unique moniker they chose for the tot, his eighth child, but revealed that the little one needed some assistance breathing.

She said, "I noticed he wasn't crying." After hearing him wail, she added that it was "the best sound I ever heard."

Legendary was born on June 28, and weighed 8lbs, 10oz. Bre added, "The intensity of birth takes over your whole body and I swear I was pushing so hard screaming and crying I started to break, I started doubting I could do it I kept saying why won't he come, get him out."

Their little bundle's name was revealed in a diaper-changing clip in his nursery with a "Legendary Love" neon sign above the changing table. Bre wrote on Instagram on Monday, July 25 alongside a series of photos from her labor, including one of her and Nick cradling their son after his birth, "I did it. An all natural unmedicated home birth. This was the most humbling / limit pushing yet awakening and completely empowering experience."

"I can't thank my team enough for delivering my son safely. This experience has changed me forever and I couldn't of asked for a more amazing and supportive partner," she added. "Daddy showed the f up for us.. I couldn't of done it without you. [blue heart emoji] I can't believe he's here [hug emoji] (sic)."

She added, "The Vlog of my birth is now LIVE on my YouTube. I have documented my pregnancy, natural induction, labor, delivery as well as more information and resources for doulas midwife's and hypno birthing. It's Real RAW and I hope It helps anyone considering an unmedicated home birth.(sic)"

Nick recently admitted it is "safe to bet" on him having more children this year, following speculation he's also the father of Abby De La Rosa's unborn baby after previously having his youngest twins with her.

Nick was co-host on "Entertainment Tonight" and was asked by fellow presenter Nischelle Turner how many babies the stork will bring him and he joked, "That would take all the fun out of it if I just gave you a number right now."

The 41-year-old star was further pressed on the subject as Nischelle mentioned Bre's pregnancy would mark his eighth child. He said, "OK, I'm watching your math. What else you got?"

His co-host then mentioned Abby, who previously teased she may be expecting twins again, and wondered what the odds would be if she placed the over/under at three. He replied, "You would be close. You would be safe to bet on three [more children] in 2022."

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