Nick Cannon Takes Ballsy Move, His Man Parts Get Insured For $10 Million After Having 12 Kids

Nick Cannon/Screenshot Dr. Squatch

Entertainer and proud baby daddy Nick Cannon is gushing over his private stock that garnered him 12 kids.

The private stock we’re speaking of is Cannon’s own cannon balls which not surprisingly have been insured for a whopping $10 million given they are a pretty valuable commodity, wouldn’t you agree?

“Haters say it’s time for me to stop having kids and put this super sperm to rest, but I’m doubling down on these valuable balls and my future kids,” Cannon said in a statement.

The 43-year-old “Wild ‘N Out” host praised Dr. Squatch, a personal care company that hawks men’s soaps, for “giving my balls the credit they deserve.” And the company is dead serious about it, even securing an actual insurance policy through the Marsh & McLennan Agency and Momentous Insurance Brokerage.

And Cannon gets to show off a new jewel for his precious jewels – a “Most Valuable Balls” trophy.

So how did the company get a valuation of $10 million for Cannon’s precious man parts?

Well, there’s an actual Ball Valuation Tool and Cannon answered questions on its “size, favorite features and bedroom maneuvers.” It’s all for laughs and giggles though and there’s no scientific evidence to back it up. But the insurance policy is the real deal and likely even a gimmick to sell man soap.

Have a ball Nick!

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