Nick Cannon Insures His Testicles For $10 Million

BY Dora Abena Dzaka June 11, 2024 3:23 AM EDT
Photo Credit: Facebook: @Nick Cannon

Actor, comedian, and TV host, Nicholas Scott Cannon, has managed to get his testicles insured for a cool $10 million.

Nick, who is the father of twelve, made headlines in 2022 by welcoming five children with five different women and claimed he could now proudly call himself the “Most Valuable Balls” according to the value.

In the wake of this, Nick released a statement saying, “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.”

The host of “Wild ‘N Out” complimented Dr. Squatch, a men’s soap manufacturer, especially for “giving my balls the credit they deserve.”

The actor has obtained an official policy with Momentous Insurance Brokerage and the Marsh & McLennan Agency.

According to the corporation, the valuation was derived from Cannon’s responses on its online Ball Valuation Tool, which evaluated the gonads’ “size, favorite features, and bedroom maneuvers”. 

A detailed disclaimer in the fine print stated that the test was “in no way scientific.”

One scientific fact: Those who take the quiz as mere mortals will probably be persuaded to purchase soap.

The growth of the Cannon family has generated a lot of discussion and media attention.

Over time, he has become more comedic, as seen in a 2022 commercial when he and Ryan Reynolds mix a drink named “The Vasectomy,” also known as “the mother of all cocktails,” and consoling Elon Musk on the tech billionaire’s twin births last year.

According to reports, Nick told The Times last year that he had no intention of raising a large family.

Instead, he claimed to be a people-pleaser and hopeless romantic therefore giving in when the women in his life expressed a desire for children.

“I just wanted to give them what they wanted. I kept telling myself that I could handle it”, he told Amy Kaufman of The Times.

In addition, Nick declared that his annual salary is $100 million which is worth more than his alleged testicles’ insurance.