Nick Cannon explains that his way of supporting his kids doesn't come with limitations
Nick Cannon is proud of the fact he takes care of his big, blended family.
"I don't care about that stuff. I believe true currency is your energy. I wish I could make a contract, 'You cannot take this much of my energy when you leave,' " he shared.
"Money comes and goes. I always tell people, 'Money don't make you happy. Happy makes you money,'" he continued. "So I'm always going to be good, and every dollar that I make is for my family."
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When it comes to financially supporting his kids, Cannon explained he's "not in the child support system that is run by the government."
"My money is they money, they money is my money. They can have whatever they want, whatever they ask for. My account is their account, and there's a lot in there, so we ain't gon' run out," he leveled.
The Masked Singer host — who was also recently tapped to temporarily fill in for host Jamie Foxx on Beat Shazam — shares twins Moroccan and Monroe, 12, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, as well as a set of twin boys, Zion and Zillion, 23 months, and 6-month-old daughter Beautiful Zeppelin with Abby De La Rosa.
He is also dad to sons Rise Messiah, 6 months, and Golden Sagon, 6, as well as daughter Powerful Queen, 2, with Brittany Bell, son Legendary Love, 10 months, with Selling Sunset's Bre Tiesi; and daughter Onyx Ice, 8 months, with former Price Is Right model LaNisha Cole.
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