Abby Da La Rosa speaks about her “open” relationship with Nick Cannon. The DJ got candid about how she feels about people’s thoughts on her connection with the Wild N’ Out host and her transition from monogamy to polyamory.
Abby, who said she became involved with Nick when she was 30 years old, told Lovers and Friends podcast host Shan Boodram that “being in a situation, or polyamorous if anyone needs a label, the relationship doesn’t mean a person has low self-esteem or low self-worth.”
The model, who shares 14-month-old twins Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir with Nick and is expecting a third child, said that she hasn’t even begun to “scratch the surface” of being a mom. And if no one has anything to say about her life, Abby doesn’t take it lightly.
On the Sept. 14 episode, she said she becomes hypersensitive when people attack her and her motherhood.”
Abby also said that being open in her relationship does not change or take away from the mother she is to her kids. She is excited for her kids to grow up and say, ‘Mom and dad, you all did it your way. And I love that.'”
She said on the podcast that she felt Nick brought a “freeing vibe” to her life and that while initially, she was familiar with “the type of lifestyle he had lived,” she didn’t know “the capacity of how big it was.” Nick and Abby haven’t publicly confirmed the paternity of her third child.
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Besides children with Abby, Nick is father to 2-month-old son Legend with Bre Tiesi, 11-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with ex-wife Mariah Carey, 20-month-old daughter Powerful Queen and 5-year-old Golden “Sagon” with Brittany Bell. Brittany is currently pregnant with her third child, Nick. Last December, Nick shared that his 5-month-old son Zen with Alyssa Scott, passed from brain cancer.
Abby said Nick is her “primary partner” and that she’s been “monogamous by choice” during her pregnancy. Though people may think her life is “out of the norm,” Abby is happy with her family.
Abby said she could understand everyone’s distaste and disagreed with how she had chosen to live her life. She finds it funny when everyone’s always coming and being like, ‘he’s playing you, he’s playing you.
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