Zen Cannon Wiki, Age, Mother, Cause of Death, Nick Cannon Son, Parents, Family, Cancer

Zen Cannon Biography – Zen Cannon Wiki

Zen S. Cannon is the son of Nick Cannon with model Alyssa Scott. He is Nick Cannon’s seventh child. On Father’s Day 2021, Cannon confirmed he was the baby’s father when he appeared shirtless in an Instagram story on Scott’s page. “Celebrating you today,” she wrote to Cannon. On Saturday, July 3, 2021, Scott posted a photo of herself holding her newborn son with the following caption: “I will love you for eternity,” along with Zen’s birthdate “6.23.21.”

His other children are twins Monroe Cannon and Moroccan Scott Cannon, born on April 30, 2011, Golden Sagon Cannon, born on February 21, 2017, Powerful Queen Cannon, born in December 2020, and twins Zion Mixolydian Cannon and Zillion Heir Cannon, born on June 14, 2021.

“The beauty of fatherhood, when you really talk about living as a father, I’ve learned so much just from my children, and it’s so amazing,” Nick said in an August 2021 radio interview. “I really just love being around my kids. That youthful energy, it feels like you get to relive every time. I think I’ve been through so much in my life physically, mentally and spiritually, the best place that I find is the time that I spend with my kids and that energy. And to get as much of that as possible and to pass on all that I’ve lived into something else, that’s why I do it, man.”

The 41-year-old TV personality has had seven children with four women. Mariah Carey, whom he was married to from 2008 to 2016, is the mother of twins Monroe and Moroccan Scott, born on April 30, 2011. Ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell is the mother of Golden “Sagon” and Powerful Queen. His current partner, radio DJ Abby De La Rosa, is the mother of twins Zion Mixolydian Cannon and Zillion Heir Cannon, born on June 14, 2021. Model Alyssa Scott is the mother of Zen Cannon, born June 23, 2021.

Zen Cannon Age

He was born on born June 23, 2021, and died in December 2021. He was 5 months old.

Zen Cannon Parents

He is the son of Nick Cannon and Alyssa Scott, a model who appeared on Cannon’s music game show Wild ‘n Out.

Zen Cannon Death

Nick Cannon’s son, Zen Cannon, passed away from brain cancer in December 2021. The “Masked Singer” host tearfully revealed on The Nick Cannon Show on Tuesday, December 7, 2021, how he and his family discovered Zen was battling Hydrocephalus.

“Over the weekend I lost my youngest son to a condition called hydrocephalus that is pretty much a malignant, midline brain tumor — brain cancer,” he said. According to the Mayo Clinic, Hydrocephalus “is the buildup of fluid in the cavities (ventricles) deep within the brain. The excess fluid increases the size of the ventricles and puts pressure on the brain.”

“I always noticed he had a cough and so I wanted to check it out,” Cannon continued. “He had this interesting breathing and by the time he was two months I noticed he had this nice sized head too — a Cannon head. We didn’t think anything of it. But I wanted to take him to the doctor for his sinus and breathing. We thought it would be routine.”

It was anything but routine. Zen had been building fluid in his head and had a malignant tumor. Doctors performed brain surgery on Zen to drain the fluid, but, sadly, things took a turn for the worse on Thanksgiving. Cannon revealed that he held his son for the last time this past weekend.

Zen S. Cannon’s mother, Alyssa Scott, paid tribute to her son following his tragic death. She took to her Instagram Story to share a photo and several videos of moments spent with Zen. The heartfelt tribute begins with a video showing Zene awake after a nap and looking happy. She asks him if he slept good and if he had lots of good dreams. Scott also posted a photo of her son sound asleep, in which he appears to be smiling. In the other videos, Zen is seen wearing adorable overalls with an adorable T-shirt of wild animal drawings. The mom asks him, “Can you say good morning, Daddy? You say, I love you.” The infant gives it his best shot at talking, prompting Scott to say, “Good job. And he loves you too.”

Zen Cannon Cause of Death

He died from brain cancer.