Continuing a long tradition of celeb family members who should just shut up, Nick Cannon’s father posted — then removed — a damning comment on Facebook seemingly aimed at Mariah Carey. As everyone in the world is now aware of, Nick and Mariah are currently separated, the chief rumor being Nick was unfaithful.
Not so, says Nick Cannon’s televangelist father, James. According to the Hollywood gossip blog Crazy Days And Nights, the elder Mr. Cannon posted the following statement on his Facebook page and “deleted [it] a short time later”:
Here a thing to talk about if the wife love sex and the man can’t stand making love to her. What should that women do?
Heres a thing, if the husband say no lies, and the wife lies all the time, what should that man do?
Here a thing, if the wife put on 200 pounds and the husband like a nice slim wife what should that man do?
If a husband tells his wife not to have an abortion, and she it anyways, what should that man do?
Here a thing, if a husband wants to have ten children and his wife only wants two children then what should that man do?
Um, awkward. You have to wonder what Nick’s father was thinking. There’s no way a post like that wasn’t going to be embarrassing to his son. Keep reading »
Birthdays in the Carey-Cannon house sure are a lot of fun. There’s cake, party hats, and sharing your breasts with all of Twitter! In celebration of Nick Cannon’s 33rd birthday today, wifey Mariah tweeted a picture of her black bra-clad breasts underneath an unbuttoned shirt, her face seductively turned off to one side. Sure beats a new set of golf clubs, huh, Nick?
These two are so cute it’s almost nauseating (almost — hey, at least someone in Hollywood is still in love!). But I really feel bad for their twins Monroe and Morroccan when they get older. You know Nick and Mariah are going to be the ones whose kids are constantly going, “Ew, MOM AND DAD, GROSS!” [TooFab]
Nick Cannon is the latest celebrity offering love and support to Amanda Bynes as she continues to receive treatment under a police-ordered psychiatric hold in Los Angeles.
In an emotional open letter on his blog Wednesday, Cannon describes Bynes’ current situation as “no laughing matter.”
“I am always the first to say that fame and entertainment is one of the best and easiest occupations to ever have, but one must know how to navigate through the matrix or you may find yourself in a very dark hole,” wrote Cannon, who worked with Bynes on the Nickelodeon sketch-comedy series “All That”. Read more at Celebuzz…