During an appearance on the podcast titled “The Hot Tee Talk Show,” Nick Cannon revealed that he intends to make amends with his former wife, Mariah Carey.
Cannon referred to Carey as his “dream love” and said their connection was “like something out of a fairytale.” After that, he continued by saying that he “respected” her relationship with Bryan Tanaka.
Nick Cannon has stated that he would be willing to reunite with his ex-wife, Mariah Carey if their love could return to “the way it was.”
During a segment of “Spin the Block” featured on the episode of “The Hot Tee Talk Show” that aired on Tuesday, the rapper and producer of the song “Wild ‘n Out” claimed that Carey was his “dream love.”
The game’s objective is for the players to determine whether or not they would take the opportunity to patch things up with an ex-lover if they were given the option to rotate the block.
“I consider myself to be a true romantic. I have unwavering faith in love, “Cannon shared the news with the host, Tamera Kissen. “I will never allow myself to fall in love with another person as I did with Mariah.”
Carey and Cannon tied the knot in the year 2008. They gave birth to their twin daughters, Moroccan and Monroe, in 2011, before being divorced in 2014. The divorce between them was formalized in 2016.
During an episode of “The Hot Tee Talk Show” that aired on Tuesday, the rapper and creator of the video game “Wild ‘n Out” revealed that Carey was his “dream love” while playing a game called “Spin the Block.”
The players have to decide whether or not they would spin the block to make peace with a former sweetheart if given the opportunity during the game.
“I’m a hopeless romantic at my core. I have a lot of affection for love, “Cannon revealed this information to the host, Tamera Kissen. “I’ll never love anyone else the way I loved Mariah,” she said.
In 2008, Carey and Cannon became husband and wife. In 2011, they became parents to Moroccan and Monroe, and they split the following year. 2016 was the year that saw the conclusion of their divorce.