Nick Cannon, father of 7, has chosen the woman he wants to have more children with

So much for celibacy.

Nick Cannon – who has seven children with four different women – expressed an interest in expanding his already extended family when the rapper sweetie tweeted on the weekend: “I want some babies.”

The tweet from the “Pretty Bitch Freestyle” rapper apparently caught the attention of the 41-year-old comedian, as Cannon quoted Saweetie’s desire for motherhood with a very chaotic and thirsty array of emojis.

They include, in order, the thinking emoji, a ninja, a smiling face emoji, and then an emoji raising its hand to volunteer. While we don’t even want to get into the psychology of what exactly Cannon was trying to express here, it’s clear that he would like to help Saweetie in any way he can.

Saweetie participates in the 8th annual "we can survive" concert in October.
Saweetie attends the 8th annual “We Can Survive” concert in October.

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Cannon, as mentioned earlier, has a small army of descendants. He has said in the past that he has so many “on purpose”” and that he does not “subscribe”to monogamy.

Cannon Shares 10-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with ex-wife Mariah Carey; a son, Golden, and daughter, Powerful, with model Brittany Bell; son Zen with model Alyssa Scott; and twins Zion and Zillion with DJ Abby De La Rosa this year.

However, in September, Cannon told Entertainment Tonight that his therapist advised him to remain celibate. While the TV personality wasn’t thrilled with the idea, he did say he would consider “taking a break from having kids.”

Well, it looks like that very brief hiatus is over — and people on Twitter couldn’t stop making fun of Cannon hitting Saweetie.

As for Saweetie, it seems that she feels some sort of romantic harmony with “Snowfall” actor Damson Idris… as Twitter gossip can be believed.

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