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Nick Cannon opens up after his son’s death about the “greater guilt” he feels when it comes to his children

As one of the hardest-working artists in the business, The Masked Singer Host Nick Cannon is just as well known these days Dad brood is constantly growing As for his multi-hyphenate career path. 2022 brought plenty of highs in that department, as the R&B singer celebrated the births of four children — with Last born November 11th – And the Another is still on the way. But the year wasn’t entirely positive, unfortunately, as it began with Cannon and Alyssa Scott still in mourning. The death of his five-month-old son Zainwho succumbed to brain cancer in November 2021. A year later, the comedian opened up about how he deals with that dark time, and the guilt he sometimes feels when it comes to his role as a father.

Nick Cannon first announced the news of Zayn’s death on his short-lived talk show, where he spoke candidly about the infant’s prognosis, and embraced a somewhat similar line in looking back on last year. Appearing in the medical chat series Examination with Dr. David Argus (Available for streaming with the Paramount + subscription), Cannon addressed one of the only downsides to parenthood in his own case, saying:

Obviously, being a father of several children, my biggest fault is always that I don’t spend enough time with all of my kids. One, because I’m constantly working out, and two, I’m just scattered.