Nick Cannon has a message for fans supporting him through the death of his infant son

Nick Cannon thanks fans for their support tragic death of a 5-month-old son Meditation study. On Wednesday episode on his eponymous daytime talk show, The Nick Cannon Shows, the 41-year-old presenter candidly discussed his grief and navigated his grief as he, Alyssa Scott, and the rest of his family continue to mourn the loss of Zen, who passed away over the weekend from a brain tumor.

After sharing the heartbreaking news Tuesday of his youngest son’s death, Cannon, who stepped out to applause from the audience, revealed that he encountering “the onslaught of love”, something for which he is very grateful. Cannon, who said “it’s brand new to me” and he’s working on it, “continued,” thanks. Thank you. That’s all I can say. “The host added, ‘I’m not used to all these hugs and ‘Are you okay?’ I’m fine… but of course, everyone knows I’m not, but you guys are making me feel better. “Cannon admits that he “needs” the support that tragedy has encountered.

“It was just a really unexpected outpouring of love. I didn’t expect it from all over the world. I really can’t thank you enough,” he said. “When I talk about guilt, I don’t even want to make it about me, but I say thanks from Alyssa, Zen’s mother, and the rest of our family… She’s making it, you know, five minutes at a time. But those are the real words, the tweets, it stands out.”

Cannon also expressed gratitude to Scott for “being that power and the rock.” Sending her love to Scott, “love to her extended family, love to every mother who has lost a child and had to deal with a child with special needs”, Cannon shares of her behavior. Scott’s motherhood process with Zen, sharing that he has “watched her growth.” Cannon calls mothers “superhuman in every way, and I want to take this time to say that she is doing well but please continue to pray for her, continue to pray for our entire family. And we’ll get through that.”

Canon went on to reveal how he’s doing during the tragedy, telling viewers he’s “upright, I’m standing and you know that’s a good start.” He went on to explain that Tuesday was “a little bit easier than it was today because yesterday I was laser focused and even numb… I just knew I had to get it done.” job.” Cannon said, “I’m a bit torn today. I’m a bit confused. Because it’s a hurtful thing.”

Cannon and Scott welcomes Zen, his youngest and seventh child, in June. Shortly after birth, Zen was diagnosed with hydrocephalus, a buildup of fluid in the brain, and doctors later discovered a tumor on his brain. Cannon said Tuesday that his son’s health began to decline rapidly around Thanksgiving because “the tumor started growing a lot faster.” Zen passed away over the weekend, with Cannon dedicating Tuesday’s performance “to my beautiful son Zen.”

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