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Nick Cannon disagrees with the “Eurocentric concept” tradition of monogamy and having children with only one woman.

The The 40-year-old Wild ‘N Out host explained why he had seven children with four women during an interview with The Breakfast Club on Monday, Aug. 9.

He consulted the Bible before he began sowing his seeds after divorcing singer Mariah Carey in 2014.

“When you’re talking about monogamy, monogamy is usually sex… I’m only for you, you only for me. I just don’t feel like that’s a truth of mine… I don’t even expect that of the young lady.”

He then explained the effects of Dopamine in sexual relationships, saying the “chemicals” fade over time.

“I know things happen. Hopefully, I can continue to give you all your heart desires, but it’s gonna be a point where those chemicals ain’t gelling like they were at some moment.”

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Nick shares twins Morrocan and Monroe with Mariah Carey. They separated in 2014. He fathered son Golden Cannon and daughter Powerful Queen Cannon with ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell. He welcomed twins with Abby De La Rosa in June 2021. And his seventh child, Zen, was born on June 23, 2021 to model Alyssa Scott.

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Fortunately, Nick has the financial means to support multiple families in a compound he is building on the West Coast.

“I’ve learned so much from my children and it’s so amazing and I really just love being around my kids. And just that youthful energy, it feels like you get to relive every time. And I think because I’ve been through so much in my life, you know, physically, mentally, and spiritually, the best place that I find is the time that I spend with my kids.”