Nick Cannon hospitalized, posts photos of ‘little hospital room’

Life finally caught up with Nick Cannon, the father of 11 children, when the musician and TV presenter was hospitalized over the weekend.

Cannon took to his Instagram and wrote, “Okay so I guess I’m not Superman… I promised myself I’d never come back to this place… But this is a great lesson to take care of YOU , otherwise you are not.” can take care of everyone.”

Cannon, 42, revealed he had been diagnosed with pneumonia and said “nothing I can’t handle.”

He shared photos from his hospital bed, where he wore a black face mask and was surrounded by medical equipment.

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Nick Cannon shared photos of himself from a hospital bed on his Instagram.
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The father-of-11, who is expecting his 12th child, continued: “Don’t stumble, I don’t need any wishes or prayers, just some solid rest and I’ll be back on the journey to become stronger than ever.”

To kick-start the month of December, Cannon performed at Madison Square Garden alongside GloRilla and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie for the show “Nick Cannon Presents: MTV Wild ‘N Out Live”.

Before being hospitalized, Nick Cannon told his followers that he put on a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden.

Before being hospitalized, Nick Cannon told his followers that he put on a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden.
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“The crazy thing is we were rocking a sold out crowd at Madison Square Garden to thousands of fans last night,” he wrote.

“Now I’m all alone in a small hospital room. Life is definitely a roller coaster! #LupusWarrior,” he added.

In 2012, Cannon revealed that he suffered from the autoimmune disease.

He revealed on Good Morning America that he had a “rare form of lupus” that specifically affects his kidneys.

Nick Cannon revealed his battle with Lupus in 2012 "Good morning America" with Robin Roberts.

Nick Cannon revealed his battle with Lupus in 2012 on “Good Morning America” ​​with Robin Roberts.
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“I’ve never been one to like taking drugs, and pills and stuff,” he told host Robin Roberts.

Cannon said at the time that he had made a diet change because of the illness, noting, “I can’t have fast food anymore.”

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