BRE TIESI PRAISES NICK CANNON FOR BEING A PRESENT DAD: ‘HE’S THERE’

"He Makes The Schedule Work"

Nick Cannon has a lot of kids. Bre Tiesi, however, isn’t worried about whether or not her child, who will be Cannon’s eighth kid, will receive adequate attention from dad.

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“He makes the schedule work,” Bre tells Entertainment Tonight (ET) exclusively. “We can all go through the assistant to make sure it’s on the calendar if there’s anything important,” Tiesi shares. “But anything you say you need from him, this man always shows up. So, you know, we have X, Y, and Z, it’s on the calendar, he’s there.”

Nick Cannon announced his expectancy of baby number eight a few months back. The entertainer faced much scrutiny from those who accused him of lying about his celibacy journey after the birth of his seventh child, Zen Cannon. Others were blown away by Nick’s seeming commitment to having as many children as possible.

“I love my children. I love the people that I’m involved with,” Cannon said during a recent interview with Men’s Health. “People even often ask, ‘Are you gonna have more, you gonna stop?’ I’m like, those are questions that I don’t, I don’t really even sit around and think about,” Nick shared with the press. “I’m just walking in my purpose and trying to be the best father and best provider I could possibly be.”

Being the best father means being present. “I never have to worry or question if he is going to be present,” Bre shares with ET. “That is something that’s important to me,” Tiesi explained. “But I’ll make it happen. If I have to move things around, we’ll do that too.”

Nick Cannon’s child with Bre will be his first with the model. The entertainer also has two kids, Zion and Zillion, with entrepreneur Abby De La Rosa. Nick’s son, Golden, and daughter, Powerful, with Brittany Bell made him a father for the third and fourth time. The entertainer’s oldest kids, Monroe and Moroccan, are with his ex-wife, Mariah Carey.

Nick Cannon welcomed a son, Zen, with Wild ‘N Out model Alyssa Scott last year. The celebrity father launched a nonprofit alongside his son’s mother over the weekend to celebrate the life and memory of Zen.

Photo: Bre Tiesi/Instagram

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Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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