Nick Cannon on the criticism of his role as a father

“I hear all the time: ‘You can’t be present for all those children.’ So therefore I get this ‘deadbeat dad’ title.

by Sead Dedovic
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Nick Cannon on the criticism of his role as a father

In an interview with the LA Times, Nick Cannon, a TV host and comedian from the United States, spoke about the pressure of the media and the constant headlines that try to spoil the impression of the other person's perception of him.

The fact that Cannon has 11 children with six different women is certainly what draws the most attention to him. There are many people who criticize him for this, and believe that it is hard for him to devote himself to his children in such a way.

Also, they believe that Cannon cannot be a good father. Nick disagrees with them. “I’ve been villainized,” Cannon said to LA Times, as quoted by pagesix. “I hear all the time: ‘You can’t be present for all those children.’ So therefore I get this ‘deadbeat dad’ title.

It’s not about what I do for you or what I say to you, it’s about how you feel when I’m with you. If you feel loved when you see your dad, that’s what’s gonna resonate."

Nick Cannon on his partners

Cannon also referred to his partners.

“A lot of them are in the same age group,” he said
“And I just wanted to give them what they desired. I kept saying, ‘I can handle it.’”
Nick has a somewhat different perception of the world and relationships with others.

He is not an advocate of classic marriage, but a person who wants something completely different. He emphasized that his partners already knew this beforehand. “[As a man] who’s made his bones, you’re not looking to give half of what you built to someone you don’t even know,” he said Cannon believes that the mothers of his children can make independent decisions for his children, and he does not want to interfere too much.

“This mom may love Ms. Rachel [videos], and this mom may love ‘Your Baby Can Read.’ I know that every mother is making decisions based off of love and what they believe is best for the child”.

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