Nick Cannon is against the “Eurocentric concept” of marriage.
The comedian and TV host has seven children from several women – three who were born to different partners within a few months – and admits he doesn’t believe in the idea that “you have to have one person for everyone else.” out of your life. “
Talking about marriage and partnerships, he said, “This is a Eurocentric concept … the idea that you should have one person for the rest of your life. The idea that a man should have one woman. We shouldn’t have anything. … I do not own this person. “
The 40-year-old comedian allows the women in his life to “lead” decisions.
She said, “Every woman in my life that I deal with, or [have] sorted it out … they know how I feel. And usually it’s a concept like, “I don’t walk and think:“ Who am I going to fertilize next time? “When you really look at the family infrastructure, the woman is always leading and making decisions.”
Nick can “understand” the institution of marriage, but he disagrees with it.
Talking about the Power 105.1 breakfast club, he added: “These women and all women open up and say, ‘I would like to let this person into my world and I will give birth to this child.” This is not my decision. I just follow his lead. If we are really talking about how we coexist and how we inhabit, then we are talking about what kind of exchange we can create together. I understand the institution of marriage, but if we go back to what it was about … it was for the classification of property. “