Nick Cannon Insures His Testicles For $10 Million

Nick Cannon Insures His Testicles For $10 Million

Nick Cannon, known for his prolific parenting, has taken an unusual step by insuring his testicles for a staggering $10 million. This move follows Cannon’s well-publicized fatherhood journey, having fathered 12 children with six different women. The insurance policy comes in collaboration with Dr. Squatch, a men’s care company, and is part of a campaign to promote their Ball Valuation Tool.

In a playful statement, Cannon addressed his critics, 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.” He expressed gratitude to Dr. Squatch for recognizing his contributions to expanding his family tree and providing the necessary “protection” for his future endeavors.

The collaboration with Dr. Squatch, which dubbed Cannon’s assets as the “Most Valuable Balls,” involves not just insurance but also a tongue-in-cheek acknowledgment of his reproductive prowess. Cannon humorously participated by sharing details about his anatomy and personal life, reinforcing the lighthearted nature of the campaign.

This isn’t the first time Cannon’s personal life has made headlines in such a unique way. His ex-wife, Mariah Carey, insured her vocal cords and legs for a combined $70 million in 2016, reflecting the high stakes of their professional and personal lives. Other celebrities, like the late Tina Turner, have similarly protected their physical attributes, with Turner famously insuring her legs for $3.2 million.


Cannon’s decision to insure his testicles might seem extreme, but it underscores a growing trend among celebrities to protect their most valued assets, whether for professional reasons or personal pride. This latest move adds a humorous twist to Cannon’s already colorful public persona, reminding everyone that he’s as committed to his family as he is to making headlines.

As Cannon continues to embrace his unique approach to family and fame, his latest venture with Dr. Squatch not only adds to his legacy but also highlights the ever-evolving nature of celebrity endorsements and personal branding. With 12 kids and counting, Cannon’s insured assets are likely to remain a topic of interest for some time to come.