Look at Nick Cannon's Son Golden Pose in Adorable Batman Suit in Front of Matching Balloons (Photos)
Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell’s son, Golden Cannon, appeared too adorable for words in a Batman costume as seen in recent pictures posted to Instagram.
Golden Cannon, the 3-year-old-son of Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell, recently featured on his mother’s Instagram page and her followers were too excited for words.
In the series of pictures that showed how Brittany enjoyed a small party with her girls, Golden was seen rocking a Batman costume as he stood in front of yellow and black balloons.
Nick gained his fame when he appeared on Nickelodeon’s “All That.” It didn’t take long for the rising star to earn a spot as a producer, director, and star of “The Nick Cannon Show.”
The images showed the little boy crouching on the grass and then flexing his muscles and pecs in the signature superhero way. There was a video that featured an up-close view of the Batman balloon stand which had the words "live like Golden" written on it.
Brittany’s post, which got her followers talking, comes just a month after Nick opened up about how he was dealing with the events following the tragic death of George Floyd.
According to People, the actor admitted that he has been teaching his children, including the 9-year-twins he shares with Mariah Carey, about “fearlessness.” However, his attempts at empowering his children with this knowledge sometimes feel pointless, especially after they see law enforcement-related happenings.
Nick welcomed his twins, Moroccan Scott and Monroe when he was still married to Mariah. USA Today recalled that the former couple was married for roughly eight years before their divorce was finalized in 2016.
Since then, Nick has been hesitant about getting married again as he has claimed that he doesn’t like to do things he cannot excel at. That snag has, however, not stopped the TV host from remaining on the dating scene and referring to himself as a “hopeless romantic.”
Biography recapped that Nick gained his fame when he appeared on Nickelodeon’s “All That.” It didn’t take long for the rising star to earn a spot as a producer, director, and star of “The Nick Cannon Show.”
He later moved on to MTV, where he hosted the improvisation series, “Nick Cannon Presents Wild 'N Out.” Even though the show originally ended in 2007, it made a return to MTV2 in 2013 and has been on-air ever since.
As for his twin children, Billboard noted that Mariah was focused on sharing their special moments on social media. One of the fans’ favorite posts was the TikTok clip that showed Monroe lip-syncing her mother’s famous high notes.