Nick Cannon welcomed kid No. 12 with Alyssa Scott last month and it seems he doesn’t have any plans of slowing down in the baby-making department.

Cannon joined Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper for CNN’s New Year’s Eve broadcast where the What Happens Live host questioned the entertainment mogul on if he had a number in mind for kids he was trying to reach.



“Clearly, I don’t have a plan,” Cannon joked from The Bahamas. “Honestly, man, it’s really just so much joy and elation I have and the family that I have I embrace it and I love it, but I don’t have a plan.”

Cohen then interjected to recommend a vasectomy for Nick, but he’s maintaining he’s going to continue doing what he wants and not cave to the outside noise coming from the world.

“Is that what you want me to get? This is my body, my choice,” he quipped.

While Cohen may not support him, Akon backed Nick Cannon spreading his seed however he pleases.

“I agree with him 1,000 percent. That’s how life is supposed to be,” Akon said. “Why not? He’s rich. He’s responsible. He takes care of every one of those children. And the baby mothers are with it. And they hurt for nothing. And they live comfortably.

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“He’s there for every one of them. He’s there for every single one of those kids. I got nine [kids] and I’m there for every one of mine.”

Nick Cannon and Alyssa Scott revealed last week they’re the proud parents of a baby girl named Halo Marie Cannon.

Scott took to Instagram to share a video documenting the birth of the couple’s latest bundle of joy, who was born on December 14. It shows Cannon in the delivery room patiently waiting for Halo Marie to arrive, and it’s not too long before she is put in his arms, after which he exclaims: “It’s a girl!”



They previously had a boy named Zen, who tragically passed away in December 2021. The Wild ‘N Out creator said that the cancer was discovered three months before his death as fluid began building up inside his head and required surgery.