Nick Cannon continue to grieve over the loss of her son study meditation.
The talk show host shared a photo of himself with his 5 children – including his late son, 7-month-old twins, Zion and Zillionand 10-year-old twins Morocco and Monroe – above Instagram Friday. Alongside the photo, he wrote an emotional tribute to his five-month-old son. died of brain cancer last month, showing:
“I still miss my little friend… God and his light are so powerful #ZensLight. … We ALL miss the young King! Forever our Angel! ”
As you may know, Cannon welcomed Zen with the model Alyssa Scott in July 2021. However, he revealed in an episode of Nick Cannon Show it’s a child sadly passed away after his battle with brain cancer that was first discovered when they took him in for a routine checkup:
“We think it will be a routine process. We went in just to check on his sinuses, and they actually said his sinuses were pretty cool. But by the time we found out that he had another condition. And I think it’s called, if I’m not mistaken, fluid is building up in his head, and that’s the cause. His head started to get big. As we discovered it more, they called it melanoma in his head.”
The rapper previously recalled telling the kids about Zen’s death in an interview with EveryoneNote how Moroccan and Monroe “helped” deal with it:
“Having to explain that to 10-year-olds (Morocco and Monroe) and a 4-year-old (Yellow) is pretty harsh. But their understanding and their being there for me probably helped me keep it together and really deal with it. Specifically, even, Roc and Roe. They were there throughout the journey.”
Cannon also recalled holding his son one last time on the beach before Zen passed away that night, sharing:
“I thought, ‘We have to watch the sun rise and just be there with him one last time,’ It’s beautiful. I consider it a blessing to have been there. Alyssa said, “I think he’s just waiting for you.”
Speaking of the heartbreaking loss, Cannon said:
“We had a brief time with a real angel. My heart is broken. I wish I could do more things, spend more time with him, take more pictures. I wish I could hold him longer. You are the person I love the most. I consider being his father a great privilege.”
We can’t imagine how much more difficult this will be for Nick. Continue to send our love to him.
[Image via Alyssa Scott/Instagram, FayesVision/WENN]