Nick Cannon Insures His ‘Family Jewels’ for  Million

Nick Cannon Insures His ‘Family Jewels’ for $10 Million

Nick Cannon has teamed with Dr. Squatch and their Ball Valuation Tool to determine the price of his, um, family jewels, and they’re worth eight figures, according to TMZ.

Not only has Dr. Squatch given Cannon — who has 12 children with six women — the honorary title of “Most Valuable Balls,” the men’s soap maker also took out a $10 million insurance policy through MMA/Momentous Insurance on the entertainment mogul’s testicles. Dr. Squatch’s Ball Valuation Tool asks customers to fill out a survey with questions about size, moves in the bedroom, hygiene, grooming and their accident history. It then uses the answers to determine the value of one’s precious pair.


Nick Cannon had this to say in a statement: “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. Shoutout to Dr. Squatch for giving my balls the credit they deserve and hooking me up with the protection I need to keep this family tree rolling!”

Nick isn’t the first celebrity to insure a body part. His ex-wife, and mother of two of his 12 kids, Mariah Carey, put $35 million insurance policies on her legs and her voice. Rihanna had her legs insured for $1 million courtesy of Gillette. And the late Tina Turner took out a $3.2 million policy on her famous legs.

You can find a full list of Cannon’s children here, starting with his 13-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with Carey through his 1-year-old Halo with Alylssa Scott.

The post “Nick Cannon Insures His ‘Family Jewels’ for $10 Million” by Angel Diaz was published on 06/08/2024 by