How Nick Cannon Feels the Day After Son's Loss of life

Nick Cannon has a everlasting piece of art work devoted to his late "angel."

 

Simply days after the talk-show host announced the devastating news that his 5-month-old child boy, Zen, died after a battle with mind most cancers, Nick revealed that he acquired a particular tattoo in his son's honor.

 

"Final evening, I acquired the chance to go get a tattoo of my son, Zen, as angel on my rib," Nick instructed the viewers through the Dec. 10 episode of The Nick Cannon Show. Holding up a framed picture of the art work, which encompasses a drawing of his late son with a halo above the crown of his head, he added, "I am nonetheless all bandaged up and it hurts proper right here, proper now."

 

Explaining that course of took over 5 hours, the actor shared, "It was really a whole lot of ache, however it was so nicely price it. I loved each second of the expertise to ceaselessly have my son proper right here as my rib, proper right here on my facet. My angel."

On Dec. 7, the Wild N' Out star shared the heartbreaking news of his son's passing with the viewers firstly of The Nick Cannon Present. Nick and model Alyssa Scott welcomed baby Zen in late June.

Explaining that he and Alyssa took Zen to the physician some time again for what they thought could be a traditional checkup, Nick revealed that issues shortly took a tragic flip.

 

"We thought it will be a routine course of," he instructed the viewers on the time. "And we went in simply to verify his sinuses, and so they really mentioned his sinuses had been fairly cool."

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"However by the point we came upon that he had one other situation. And I believe it was known as, if I am not mistaken, fluid that was build up in his head, and that was the trigger," Nick added, referring to the situation hydrocephalus. "His head was beginning to get large. Once we came upon it was extra, they known as it a malignant tumor in his head."

The next day, on Dec. 8, Zen's mother, Alyssa, penned a touching message dedicated to their late son's memory.

"These final 5 months we now have been on this race collectively," she wrote in an Instagram publish, that includes footage of Zen from the previous few months. "We might hand the baton off to one another. You stored me going. It might be the midnight and you'll smile at me. A surge of vitality would fill my physique and pure pleasure would radiate from inside me. We had been a workforce, each decided to see it via. It feels insufferable working with out you now. I can not," including that she's going to love her son "for eternity."

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