Nick Cannon is a father yet again as he welcomed his ninth child with model LaNisha Cole not long after the birth of his eighth baby.
Taking to Instagram, he was beyond excited, telling the world of the great news and introducing his daughter with a lovely family snap and a beautiful clear message of love and promise.
Nick Cannon Welcomes Onyx Cole Cannon With A Strong Declaration
“ONYX ICE COLE CANNON,” the TV host began the caption, unveiling the newborn’s name and adding, “Once again, Today I am in Awe of the Devine Feminine! God has given me and @MissLanishaCole the privilege of hosting an Angel on earth.” He continued with a promise to “protect, provide, guide, and love” Onyx to the best of his abilities while also expressing his desire to silence all negativity as he reveled in the celebration. Nick wrote:
“In this moment of celebration and jubilee, I wish to mute any low vibrational frequencies and only rejoice with the Highest Class of Civilization who are truly aligned with our purpose here in this dimension.”
Calling children “Angels,” he acknowledged that people learned a lot from them, and he had realized that the limited amount of love a parent expressed is the “issue,” not the little time spent on earth. The famed comedian vowed to love his baby girl wholeheartedly irrespective of what people said, as he had quit trying to define himself “for the world or society.”
Instead, he chose to do the work “to heal and grow into the infinite being” God destined him to be, hoping he could teach Onyx the same. Nick desires to nurture his child not to allow others “shame or ridicule her with their outside opinions,” thereby protecting her from people projecting their “harsh experiences, pain and social programming onto her unblemished beauty.”
While he mentioned that he does not get easily triggered and has always been an open book, he also noted that not everyone in his family had the same strength. This led him to plead with critics to direct their “criticism and cynicism” at him, not his family or the mothers of his kids, including LaNisha.
“The Nick Cannon Show” host voiced his wish for Onyx’s mom to enjoy the “moment of blissful joy of motherhood” after describing her as “one of the most guileless, peaceful, and nonconfrontational kind souls” he had ever witnessed. He then begged fans to grant his wish, calling LaNisha “loving and pure-hearted.” At the same time, he concluded the lengthy message by urging “truly concerned” fans to remain steadfast with their prayers for him and his family. In his words:
“If you are truly concerned during this time of Spiritual Warfare, my inner struggles with self, mental wellness, and physical health concerns… Just continue to pray for me and my family that God will grant us Peace that surpasses all Understanding.”
A while before the birth of Onyx, The Blast reported that Nick announced he would be expecting baby number nine but now number 10 with model Brittany Bell. Naturally, several fans were happy about the news, sending congratulatory messages, while others were focused on the number of kids he had, which they believed was excessive.
Speaking of his children, he and Bell share two other kids while he fathers two sets of twins; one with Mariah Carey and another with Abby De La Rossa. Additionally, he has a child with Bre Tiesi and a baby who passed away at five months with Alyssa Scott. La Rossa is also reportedly expecting a new baby with the father of many.
The ‘Roll Bounce’ Actor And His ‘Junk’ Never Take A Day Off
Shortly after announcing the future birth of his third child with Bell, The Blast reported that a “Wild ‘n’ Out” host, Justine Valentine, voiced her thoughts on the new baby news. Valentine said, “One thing about Nick, if I said it once, I said it twice. He doesn’t vacation, and neither does his junk.” She continued:
“He’s a hardworking man. He’s a hardworking man. He doesn’t like to rest or vacation across the board.”
Another comedian, Brian Moller, also commented on the news of the forthcoming birth, exclaiming that Nick’s sperm “must move at Mach 10.” He also believed the 41-year-old had to live in a “Costco” and could take on the Kardashians for “world supremacy.”