Nick Cannon Shares Sweet Snap With Daughter Monroe On Valentine's Day After Writing Heartfelt Song For Her Mom Mariah Carey
Nick Cannon made sure to treat his little girl on Valentine's day.
On Monday, February 14, The Nick Cannon Show host, 41, took to Instagram to post an adorable picture of himself and his 10-year-old daughter Monroe — who he shares with Mariah Carey — having a special daddy-daughter day out.
"My Valentines date this year and from here on out!!," the proud papa captioned the post. "And Powerful Queen can start joining us when she is older!! Happy Daddy Daughter Day!! ❤️❤️❤️💖💖💖💖"
Cannon shares twins Monroe and Moroccan with the "Fantasy" singer, 51. After the former flames parted ways, the Wild "N Out host welcomed four-year-old son Golden and one-year-old daughter Powerful Queen with Brittany Bell. He also has seven-month-old twins Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir with Abby De La Rosa.
The Drumline star also had a seventh son, Zen, with Alyssa Scott in June 2021 but he sadly passed away in November after battling brain cancer. At the beginning of the month, Cannon announced that he would be expecting his eighth child, a boy, with model Bre Tiesi.
This special day out with his daughter comes as he also dropped a heartfelt song dedicated to Carey in celebration of the national day of love.
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As OK! previously reported, Cannon released the song entitled "Alone" on Monday which details his undying love for the "Always Be My Baby" vocalist. "This is the gospel of my broken soul," the television star said of the tune. "This is as raw as it gets."
The lyrics go deep as Cannon sings to Carey, "But every time I need some love, I can't find it," he later continues. "This is a subtle reminder that I'm still undecided."
"As much as I want you back/ It's probably better where you at," the America's Got Talent host croons. "Cause I'm still running the streets / I'm still all in the sheets having babies / Models and singers and actresses saying they pregnant by me / Have to pay $10,000 a week / I take care of my peeps / Now you don't worry about when I creep / You got a man next to you when you sleep."