After his performance at Madison Square Garden, Nick Cannon was hospitalized with pneumonia and stated, “I’m Not Superman.”

After his performance at Madison Square Garden, Nick Cannon was hospitalized with pneumonia and stated, “I’m Not Superman.”

As a result of his pneumonia, Nick Cannon is now being treated at the hospital.

The presenter of “The Masked Singer,” who also suffers from lupus, recently posted photographs of himself on Instagram depicting him in a hospital bed while wearing a face mask, a beanie, and a robe.



He added in the caption, “Okay, so I suppose I’m not Superman…,” after he realized his mistake. “I made a pact with myself that I would never set foot in this location again…”

On the other hand, the man who is a father to eleven children said that he has discovered a “wonderful lesson” that “you must take care of YOU or YOU will not be able to take care of everyone else.”

Cannon, who never loses his sense of optimism, exhorted those who supported him, “Don’t trip though, I don’t need any good wishes or prayers, just some solid rest and I will be back on the way to being stronger than I’ve ever been before…”



After that, he informed his followers of what was going on by tweeting on his Twitter account, “It’s just pneumonia, nothing I can’t manage.”

“It’s crazy to think that only the night before we were performing in front of thousands of people at Madison Square Garden’s sold-out show, but now I’m sitting here all by myself in a cramped hospital room. There is no denying that life is a rollercoaster! #LupusWarrior, “he said.

At the Madison Square Garden in New York City on Thursday, Cannon brought his Wild ‘N Out tour to the city.

Cannon’s stint in the hospital comes as he is ready to become a father for the 12th time sometime in the next year with Alyssa Scott, who will be their second child together. In December 2021, when Zen was only 5 months old, the couple’s son succumbed to a brain tumor and died.

Additionally, he has twins named Moroccan and Monroe with his ex-wife Mariah Carey; sons named Golden Sagon and Rise Messiah, as well as a daughter named Powerful Queen, with Brittany Bell; twins named Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir, as well as a daughter named Beautiful Zeppelin, with Abby De La Rosa; son named Legendary Love with Bre Tiesi; and daughter named Onyx Ice Cole with LaNisha Cole.



Cannon said in the previous month that he had “no clue” whether he will have any more children.

At the event Billboard Live: R&B/Hip-Hop Power Players, he spoke with Tetris Kelly from Billboard News, and during their conversation, he revealed that he is feeling “happy right now” about the ever-increasing number of children in his family.

When asked whether there would be further kids in the future, Cannon said, “Man, I don’t know.” “I have no idea. I feel like I’m doing quite well at the moment!”

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