Mariah Carey Is 'Beyond Concerned' Ex Nick Cannon Won't Have Time For Their Twins After Birth Of His Seventh Child, Spills Insider

Now that he’s welcomed his fourth child in the last year (with three different women!), Nick Cannon is raising plenty of eyebrows — and getting some serious side-eye from his ex-wife, Mariah Carey, according to a source.

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The pop diva, 51, is “beyond concerned that Nick’s little baby boom will affect his family time with their [10-year-old] twins, Moroccan and Monroe,” an insider tells OK!

“She thinks Nick is being irresponsible and reckless.” Last December, the America’s Got Talent alum, 40, welcomed a baby girl, Powerful, with model Brittany Bell, 33, with whom he also shares son Golden, 4 — but that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

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DJ Abby De La Rosa, 30, gave birth to Nick’s twin sons Zion and Zillion on June 14, and another girlfriend, Alyssa Scott, 27, revealed on Father’s Day that she was expecting Nick’s seventh child — who arrived on June 23!

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“Mariah really wants and needs Nick to be an active presence in their kids’ lives,” the pal dishes.

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“He swears he has enough love and enough time to be a great parent to all his children, but his attention is going to be divided every which way!”

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As OK! previously reported earlier this month, Cannon's first children were born a little over ten years ago with ex-wife Mariah Carey, and he has had four children born in the span of the last eight months.

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Regardless of if Cannon wants to be the best father that he can be, Carey's concerns make sense. Dividing his attention by seven along with his many life and career obligations is not going to be easy.

If he brings any more babies into the world — which at this rate seems like a real possibility — it is safe to say that Carey will not be pleased.


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