Halo Cannon, the couple’s first child, was born earlier this month. Zen passed away in 2021 following a struggle with brain cancer.
On Thursday, model Alyssa Scott announced the birth of her and Cannon’s second child together on Instagram. Before confirming that the child was born on December 14, she commented, “HI BABY.” Zen, her late kid with the television personality, was mentioned in a different Instagram post by Scott.
Scott Shares The Happiness With Everyone
Every breath Scott takes, he claimed, is infused with Zen. Additionally, he says he is confident that his ghost was present in the room that morning. He also said that he shows his indicators daily, so he knows he is keeping an eye on them. He will always cherish these memories.
She proceeded by explaining that she would remember all they had gone through as well as the voice of Nick’s voice saying, “It’s a female,” and the expression on his face.
“My recollection of her first cry and the feeling of her heartbeat against mine will last forever. But then, I got my surprise, my beloved gal! Marie Cannon, welcome to the world!” In the video description, Scott shared her baby’s birth. According to Cannon, his daughter Zeppelin Cannon, whom he had with Abbey De La Rosa, was born in November.
He posted a message to De La Rosa and his newborn daughter at the time on Instagram, writing, “You epitomize virtue and constancy, and it is my ongoing responsibility to give you and our kids a sense of worth and security every day. BZC, often known as BIZZY B, is BEAUTIFUL ZEPPELIN. Prepare yourself, for the world is yours! Your dad adores you!”
Parents to 18-month-old twins Zion and Zillion are Cannon and De La Rosa. With his ex-wife Mariah Carey, Cannon also has twins Monroe and Moroccan, all 11 years old. Nearly a year has passed after the passing of Cannon’s seventh kid before the birth of his 12th child. At just five months old, Zen passed away on December 5, 2021.
“Zen, my dear Zen. My arm’s pain from holding you is gradually going gone. The fact that you are no longer here is a sad reminder. “In December 2021, Scott posted to Instagram.
“While I was driving, I caught myself staring behind there, only to discover that the mirror was no longer showing your flawless face back at me. I hold my breath and cringe when a door closes too loudly because I know a little sob will soon follow. It does not appear. Deafening quiet prevails.”
Scott continued: “You would be smiling at me in the middle of the night. My body would experience an energy rush, and I would exude genuine joy. Together, we were committed to seeing the project through. Running seems so uncomfortable right now without you. I can’t.”
Who is Nick Cannon?
On October 8, 1980 (the year), Nicholas Scott Cannon was born. Nick is a rapper, comedian, actor, and television personality from the United States. The Nick Cannon Show, Wild ‘n Out, America’s Got Talent, Lip Sync Battle Shorties, and The Masked Singer was among the shows Cannon hosted after debuting on All That as a teen. His acting credits include Roll Bounce, Love Don’t Cost a Thing, and Drumline.
The song “Gigolo,” a collaboration with singer R., was released the same year. Kelly made his rap debut after being released. In 2007, he played the fictional footballer TJ Harper in Goal II: Living the Dream. In addition, Cannon recorded the songs “Dime Piece” and “My Wife” in 2006 for the impending album Stages, which was never released.
Cannon was primarily raised by his paternal grandfather, who he and his real father both alluded to as “dad.” Southeast San Diego’s Lincoln Park is home to the gang-infested Bay Vista Housing Projects, where Cannon was raised.
He acknowledged being a member of the street gang identified as the Lincoln Park Bloods when he was a youngster, but he claimed to have left the group after losing a close friend.
He competed in track and field and served as the organization’s president while attending Monte Vista High School in Spring Valley and graduating in 1998. Cannon’s first significant break came through stand-up comedy on his father’s local cable public access TV program.