Nick Cannon sported an all-black look when he showed up to host the Hip Hop & Mental Health: Facing The Stigma Together event at the GRAMMY Museum on Saturday.
The Wild ‘n Out host, 41, rocked a sleek black leather jacket over a matching t-shirt and scoop-neck jeans, and covered his head with a black turban.
The event was organized by the Recording Academy’s Black Music Collective, MusiCares and Universal Hip Hop Museum in Los Angeles, and aimed to “amplify the importance of mental wellness, especially in Hip Hop culture”.
Host of the night: Nick Cannon sported an all-black look as he showed up to host the Hip Hop & Mental Health: Facing The Stigma Together event at the GRAMMY Museum on Saturday
Cannon completed her on-trend look with a pair of silver-rimmed glasses and sturdy black boots.
The rapper was seen flashing a big smile as he posed with executive producer and Universal Hip Hop Museum Advisory Board member Tina Marie Tyler, music director Adrian Miller and panelist Eric Brooks on the Red carpet.
Tyler looked lovely in a long sleeve bodycon black dress, which she paired with peep toe platform heels.
All black: The Wild ‘n Out host, 41, wore a black leather jacket and posed with panelists Tina Marie Tyler, Eric Brooks and Adrian Miller on the red carpet
The beauty accessorized her look with a slew of bracelets and rocked her brunette tresses in pretty curls.
Brooks looked cool and casual in a Nirvana t-shirt, black jeans and white sneakers, while Miller wore a white button-up shirt, black pants and blue and white sneakers.
Tyler was one of the special guests who gave the event’s keynote, while Miller and Brooks spoke on the panel.
Casual: The rapper teamed his look with a matching crew-neck t-shirt and jeans, and covered his head with a black turban
Mental health: The event aimed to “amplify the importance of mental wellness” and promised a “frank, industry-leading discussion about mental health in hip-hop and beyond”
The other two panelists were Michael ‘Blue’ Williams and Dawn Richard.
The description of the event promised a “frank, forward-thinking discussion about mental wellness in hip hop and beyond.”
The event also included ‘culturally competent mental health professionals’ who spoke about ‘current science-based treatment modalities and how we can tackle the stigma associated with mental health together’.
Roundtable: Cannon hosted the roundtable, which included Brooks, Michael “Blue” Williams and Miller
The outing comes after baby mama Bre Tiesi jokingly clarified that her relationship with the actor is “not a cult” during an appearance on the Know for sure podcast.
Bre, 31, was more suspicious elsewhere in the interview, when she seemed to avoid a straight answer when asked if Cannon’s seven children with four different wives counted as “polygamy.”
The model and realtor is set to welcome Cannon’s eighth child, while he already has a ninth on the way with Abby De La Rosa.
Defensive: Cannon’s baby mama Bre Tiesi, 31, told the Know For Sure podcast on Tuesday that she was not in a ‘cult’ with the other women Cannon had impregnated
Evasive: Remained vague when asked about their relationship status – ‘It’s not necessarily something’ – and swerved when asked if they practiced ‘polygamy’ : it’s our relationship and what you do outside of it is what you do outside of it. ‘
Bre, whose due date is October 25, according to TMZtold co-hosts B. Simone and Megan Brooks that she was “heartbroken” for choosing to start a family with the 41-year-old Drumline actor.
When they asked her about her relationship status with the father of her future child, she was vague.
“It’s not necessarily anything,” she told them, before adding that her “needs are met” by Cannon.
When the hosts asked if they practiced “polygamy,” Bre also seemed to avoid a straight answer.
“It’s just us,” she said. “It’s our relationship and what you do outside of it is what you do outside of it. Everything is respectful. Everything is honest.
Growing family: Cannon currently shares twins Moroccan and Monroe, 11, with ex-wife Mariah Carey (pictured in 2018). He and Brittany Bell have son Golden, five, and daughter Mighty, one, and he shares one-year-old twins Zion and Zillion with Abby Del La Rosa.
Cannon currently shares 11-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with ex-wife Mariah Carey. He and Brittany Bell have a five-year-old son, Golden, and a one-year-old daughter, Powerful, and he shares one-year-old twins, Zion and Zillion, with Abby Del La Rosa.
Bre announced she will be giving birth to Nick’s eighth child in December 2021, and Abby recently revealed she is pregnant with what will be her ninth child.
Although Bre didn’t say exactly what their relationship was, she said she would be “happy” if Nick decided to commit full-time to a single woman.
“I love him,” she added, before noting that it’s sometimes “hard” to know he’s intimate with other women, even though she tries not to compare herself to them.
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Bad timing: Bre complained of being ‘torn’ on social media for scheduling her baby’s gender reveal shortly after Nick and Alyssa Scott’s son Zen died of cancer of the brain in December 2021
Elsewhere in the chat, Bre complained of being ‘torn’ on social media for scheduling her baby boy’s gender reveal shortly after Nick and Alyssa Scott’s son Zen died. a rare form of brain cancer in December 2021, when he was just five months old.
“It was a really tricky situation,” she said of the aftermath of losing Alyssa. “I can’t imagine what she was going through… Everything was screwed up. Of course, I felt bad.
‘How can I respect this person without taking away all the things that I also want for myself?’ she mused, before mentioning a previous miscarriage. ‘What if I don’t have another child then now I don’t have a gender reveal, I don’t have a baby shower, I don’t celebrate my moment and my child? It was such a struggle.
Bre mentioned in the interview that she doesn’t currently speak to any of the women Nick shares children with, although she said she has “every intention” of making sure her son has a solid relationship with him. his half-siblings.
“If at any point one of us is unhappy with the situation, we can do whatever we want,” she said. “I know I can do it if my needs aren’t being met or if I want something else. I could change my mind.
Staying close: Bre mentioned in the interview that she is not currently speaking to any of the women Nick shares children with, although she said she has ‘every intention’ of ensuring her son maintains a strong relationship with his half-siblings; Nick with Moroccan and Monroe in 2018