Nick Cannon Illness: Has Nick Cannon Been Hospitalized?

There is no denying Nick Cannon’s status as a guy of many titles. He’s an extremely busy father in addition to being a comedian, rapper, and TV personality. The Wild ‘N Out actor and model Lanisha Cole just had their ninth kid, Onyx Ice Cole Cannon.

He has nine children total, spread between six different women, according to his first child with Lanisha (*checks notes*). Not to mention, he already has a son Golden and a daughter Powerful Queen with his ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell, with whom he is expecting his tenth kid.

Nick has a lot of baby drama—we have the details on how much child support he is responsible for paying here. But let’s go on and discuss his health instead.


He will turn 42 in October. While he doesn’t appear to be having any difficulties getting pregnant, he has previously spoken openly about a medical problem he has been dealing with for more than ten years.

Nick Cannon alleges lupus almost killed him in 2012

Nick Cannon said in 2012 that he suffers from lupus-related kidney disease (lupus nephritis) during an interview on ABC’s Good Morning America.

The Lupus Foundation of America describes lupus as an inflammatory illness that can manifest itself in any part of the body. Lupus nephritis is described as “a dangerous and sometimes fatal consequence of lupus caused by inflammation in the kidneys, making them unable to adequately eliminate waste from the blood or control the number of fluids in the body.”

This illness is characterised by a buildup of waste products in the body, which can cause swelling (oedema). Scarring or irreversible kidney damage may result if treatment is delayed.

Nick’s diagnosis anniversary occurred in January. When asked about it on an episode of his talk show, The Nick Cannon Show, he gave it a brief mention.

Ten years ago, I fell ill with a rare and abrupt illness that nearly stole my life. I had no idea it was lupus at the time. Nick was overheard saying, “And, you know me, I always have to have a camera on,” according to Page Six, so that’s what he was filming at the time.

He then showed a video on his life in the decade since he was diagnosed with lupus, which he has since taken down from the internet.

In 2012, he and his then-wife Mariah Carey were caught on camera engaging in snow-related activities with their then-infant twins, Monroe and Moroccan. Nick, who narrates the video, said he was in tremendous pain and unable to breathe at the time. Next, we see Nick at the hospital, where he is diagnosed with two blood clots in his lungs and “a lot of oedemata” due to fluid buildup in his tissues.

You don’t want to be there at all, man. A fatal prognosis from your doctors, “In the video, he stresses how close he came to dying from his illness.

Thankfully, Nick was able to modify his routine to lessen the severity of his symptoms.

The troubles we face now are nothing compared to what God has planned for us in the future.”

According to the Mayo Clinic, lupus is caused by both heredity and the environment. Genetic susceptibility to the condition, which could be triggered by environmental factors and diagnosed in his children, will likely be passed down to them.

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