Forty-two-year-old renowned American actor and TV host Nick Cannon has made headlines once again, this time for insuring his testicles for a whopping $10 million.

The decision to insure his testicles comes after he fathered 12 children from six different women. According to reports from Daily Mail, the actor partnered with the men’s care brand Dr. Squatch to assess the value of his prized assets.

Using their innovative ‘Ball Valuation Tool’, Dr. Squatch evaluated factors such as size, favorite features, and bedroom prowess, ultimately determining that Cannon’s testicles were worth a staggering $10 million.

This valuation earned Cannon the esteemed title of “Most Valuable Balls.”

Despite taking this extraordinary step to protect his reproductive assets, Cannon remains open to the possibility of expanding his already large family. In a statement, he defiantly proclaimed, “Haters say it’s time for me to stop having kids and put this super sperm to rest, but I’m doubling down on these valuable balls and my future kids.”

Acknowledging the importance of proper care for his testicles, Cannon expressed gratitude to Dr. Squatch for recognizing the value of his assets and providing the necessary protection.

He urged others to prioritize their reproductive health, endorsing Dr. Squatch’s new Ball Care products for comprehensive protection.

Cannon’s decision to insure his testicles highlights the growing trend of individuals safeguarding their assets, albeit in unconventional ways.

With his newfound protection, Cannon appears determined to continue his journey of fatherhood while ensuring the safety and well-being of his most valuable assets

Cannon shares 13-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, with his ex-wife Mariah Carey.

He’s also father to Rise Messiah, one; Powerful Queen, three; and Golden Sagon, seven; with model Brittany Bell, two-year-old twin boys Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir, as well as Beautiful Zeppelin, one, with Abby De La Rosa; Legendary Love, one, with Selling Sunset star Bre Tiesi; Onyx, one, with LaNisha Cole; and Halo Marie, one, with Alyssa Scott, with whom he also shared son Zen, who passed of brain cancer as an infant.

The entertainer has a history of incorporating his family life into promotional campaigns.

In 2022, he made a ‘Vasectomy’ cocktail in a campaign for Ryan Reynolds’s Aviation Gin for Father’s Day.

Last year he opened up about juggling his large brood, and shared that even though he may wish for all his 12 kids and baby mamas to come together, it’s not an easy task.

The ‘Love Don’t Cost a Thing’ star admitted that he hasn’t gotten all of his kids together yet because ‘as much as that may be a wish of mine, I’ve got to respect that’s not a wish of everyone’s’ on the podcast The Language of Love with Dr. Laura Berman.

‘Because they’re currently under their mothers’ jurisdiction, I’m trying to play by the moms’ rules. But once they can make their own decisions, I would hope and pray that we’ll have established a strong enough relationship that they’ll want to come hang out with me,’ he added.

He also discussed how having a dozen kids was a calling from God.

After Berman stated that several of the women were on ‘full on birth control and gotten pregnant’ and joked that he has ‘magic sperm’ Nick replied, ‘I lend that type of stuff to God. Those are miracles.’

The entertainer also shared he’s not opposed to having even more children, telling Berman, ‘The more the merrier!’

At one point Berman asked, ‘Did God tell you to have all these babies?’

Canon said that he’s gotten in trouble for saying that before and shared that when people will ask him if he’s done having children, his response is, ‘Only God can let me know when I’m done.’

‘As much as I was open to every single child that I have, I can’t say the majority of them were planned,’ he went on.

In April, Cannon shared that his son Zillion has been ‘recently’ diagnosed with autism.

Autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disability caused by differences in the brain, as per the CDC, and those who are diagnosed often struggle with ‘social communication and interaction, and restricted or repetitive behaviors or interests.’

‘Today our family recognizes World Autism Awareness Day which is beyond meaningful to us because our amazing 2-year-old, Zillion, was recently diagnosed with ASD,’ Nick and Abby wrote.

‘Our beautiful boy experiences life in 4D and teaches us something new everyday! His love, strength and brilliance light up every room he enters!’

In 2022 alone, Cannon welcomed a total of five different children.

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