Mariah Carey Wants Nick Cannon to Spend More Time With Their Twins
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With Nick's hands full following the recent births of his three children, the 'All I Want for Christmas' singer reportedly asks her ex-husband to find the balance in spending his time with their twin kids and his newborns.

AceShowbiz - With his ever-expanding offspring, Nick Cannon undeniably has to make some shifts in his priorities. This has apparently affected his schedule with some of his children, particularly his twins with Mariah Carey.

While the R&B diva rarely speaks of co-parenting with the multi-talented entertainer, she reportedly has complained to him about the time he spends with their 11-year-old twins, Monroe and Moroccan. Insiders claim the "All I Want for Christmas" songstress wants to make sure that their teen children are still getting to see their dad as much as possible.

With the recent births of Nick's three youngest children from different baby mamas, Mariah allegedly asked her ex-husband to find the balance in spending his time with their twin kids and his newborns. Sources tell Radar Online that the "My All" hitmaker wants "The Masked Singer" host to "carve out" more time to spend with their twins.

But Nick may not see Mariah's request as a burden since a source claims, "Nick thinks it's crazy wonderful having all these kids," adding that the actor/rapper is prepared to keep up with his busy schedule due to the needs of his growing family.

Besides sharing Monroe and Moroccan with Mariah, Nick is a father to sons Rise Messiah and Golden Sagon and daughter Powerful Queen with model Brittany Bell. He shares 17-month-old twins Zion and Zillion with Abby De La Rosa, who recently also gave birth to his daughter named Beautiful Zeppelin Cannon.

The 42-year-old additionally has a 5-month-old son, Legendary Love, with Bre Tiesi, and a 2-month-old daughter, Onyx Ice Cole, with LaNisha Cole. He is currently expecting his twelfth child with Alyssa Scott. Their first child together, Zen, died aged 5 months in December 2021.

Nick, who was recently hospitalized with pneumonia, took to Instagram earlier this month to mark the first anniversary of his son's death. "Been tossing and turning all night, and as much as I know I need rest, last night I couldn't sleep at all. I can't believe it's been a year already since the toughest day of my life occurred," he wrote on Monday, December 5. "Losing a child has to be the heaviest, most dark and depressive experiences that I will never get over."

He continued opening up, "A mixture of guilt, pain, and sorrow is what I suppress daily. I am far from perfect and often fall short and make decisions in my life that many question, but anyone who knows me knows my heart. I love hard, I love big and I love with my entire Heart and Soul and I just wish my Little Man could've felt more of that love while he was here on Earth."

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