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What Does Nick Cannon Think Of Butt Implants?

Nick Cannon just spoke up his mind regarding a popular trend among women these days. The former "America"s Got Talent" host has admitted that he is apparently fine with the ladies getting butt implants as long as they get good doctors to do the procedure.

On Saturday, Cannon updated his Instagram with some clips from his latest YouTube vlog. In ( one of them , the father of three candidly discussed what he truly thinks of women who go under the knife to have their buttocks enhanced. "I don't mind fake [booties], but if you went got a good doctor and it feel nice, I'll take it," he said.

( Mariah Carey 's ex-husband also poked fun at how the ladies would have trouble sleeping for two months after getting surgeries on their bottoms. He also lauded Kendrick Lamar, who rapped about stretch marks in his latest song "Humble." Cannon then pointed out that he embraces all kinds of booties even when they have stretch marks. What he is not fond of though is "hard" or very muscular bottoms because for him it would feel like grabbing his own behind.

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Many fans reacted to Cannon's statements. Most of them found the comical bits funny. One wrote: "Just silly as you have always been, but speaking the truth too. Kendrick spoke the truth. If it doesn't apply, why be sensitive to it." Another commented: "Stop it. This is so funny bro."

Meanwhile, Cannon is having a blast these days because he gets to spend time with his twins, Moroccan Scott and Monroe. A few days ago, the comedian-rapper proudly shared a snap of his kids who are seen holding the books they want him to read for them as bedtime stories.

In a recent update, the 36-year-old television personality revealed that his son now has one missing tooth. In the ( picture , Moroccan is seen flashing a smile despite losing one of his front teeth. Fans agreed that little Nick Cannon looked cute and handsome despite the missing tooth.

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Publication:International Business Times - US ed.
Date:Apr 10, 2017
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