Nick Cannon thinks he has ‘super sperm’ after fathering 12 children.  

The TV presenter, 42, previously joked about not wanting to wear condoms but insisted he was still using birth control when his baby mamas fell pregnant.  

Speaking on the Howie Mandel Does Stuff podcast, he said: ‘I’m gonna be honest, I got some super sperm or something, ’cause I’ve practiced birth control, and people still got pregnant. 

‘I’m trying to be as responsible as I possibly can, learning lessons…’ 

Asked if he’s done having kids, he added: ‘I guess… yeah? I don’t wanna say yeah, and then, like, you know, it’s the reproductive system… it could happen at any time… I’m good with my dozen.’ 

Nick shares 11-year-old fraternal twins, Monroe and Moroccan, with his ex-wife — Mariah Carey, 54, with whom he was married from 2008 to 2016. 

He also has two sons – Golden Sagon, six, and Rise Messiah, six months – and one daughter, Powerful Queen, two, with Brittany Bell. 

He shares twins Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir, nearly two, and a four-month-old daughter named Beautiful Zeppelin with Abby De La Rosa. 

Nick has a son, Legendary Love, nine months, with Selling Sunset star Bre Tiesi and a daughter Onyx Ice, six months, with LaNisha Cole.  

Most recently he welcomed Halo Marie with Alyssa Scott in December, one year on from losing their son Zen to brain cancer. 

In 2017, Nick joked about his reluctance to use contraception as he discussed his battle with the autoimmune disease Lupus. 

He stated: ‘I’m probably gonna die sooner than most people… so let’s f**k all night! So why wear condoms? I might not be here tomorrow!’ 

Elsewhere in his chat on the radio show, Nick accidentally forgot to mention one of his children.  

When asked to recite the names of his many kids he accidentally repeated one of his daughters’ names and only listed 11 total. 

The host of the eponymous radio show caught the comedian’s mistake and pointed out he ‘left out Onyx Ice Cole’. 

The Masked Singer host laughed it off, quipping: ‘Ah, no! You know, I did. You threw me off because I was going in order!’ 

While Nick acknowledged juggling the needs of his brood can be ‘challenging’, he insisted he’s very happy with his life. 

He said: ‘I’m not a can’t guy. I embrace challenges. It’s funny because I get when the outside is looking in and they’re like, “I don’t get how one person can do all that.”  

‘But it’s the same thing when people say that about all of the multiple things that I do in my life anyways. 

‘I think I’m a man of abundance. Everything is challenging, but the fact that I get to see all my children in one day and get to see them each and every day when I’m in town, even when I’m not in town, I take them with me. I love the challenge.’ 

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