Nick Cannon Hospitalized! Feud With Mariah Carey Takes A Toll On His Health?

By Meghna Subhedhar | 1 year ago
Nick Cannon Hospitalized! Feud With Mariah Carey Takes A Toll On His Health?

Nick Cannon has so many gigs these days that he was forced to get some tender loving care in the hospital.

The “America’s Got Talent” star was recently sent to hospital, the Page Six of NY Post reported. The actor/artist had previously been sent to the hospital because of mild kidney failure. This was way back in 2012 and the “America’s Got Talent” host had since been keeping hale and hearty.


But recently, after taking one too many projects, the actor couldn’t stand the stress and had to be hospitalized. He confessed to being a little too rash when it comes to taking care of his body and his body seems to have taken the toll for it.

Nick Cannon was also in the news for allegedly trying to stop ex-wife, Mariah Carey, from taking their kids on vacation with her new beau, James Packer. He even claimed that his ex-wife was a heavy drinker and was setting a bad example for their kids.

Apparently all this drama has taken a toll on Cannon’s health. He looked like he was pushing his body to deliver too much too quickly.

“Don’t worry, Temporary pit stop,” Cannon explained in the Instagram caption for his picture. “Sometimes I can be a little too bull headed and stubborn. I gotta stop running my body to the ground. I be wanting to grind nonstop but the engine can’t run on fumes.”

Cannon may be down but he is not out. He made light of his situation by comparing himself to Batman, the original dark knight. He posted on the instagram that he really thought he was a superhero. He claimed that he wasn’t calling himself Batman, but he was strong enough to take him on. He ended the post with ‘LOL #Imgood, which made it amply clear that he still kept his sense of humor and the hospitalization hadn’t made him depressed or unhappy in any way.

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Photo source: Nick Cannon/Facebook