Nick Cannon has been through the ringer, physically speaking, over the past two months. Between his kidney failure and blood clots, Cannon's body has taken a beating. He revealed that his medical maladies are of the autoimmune sort and that he will be dealing with his kidney issues for the rest of his life.
This was bound to happen, given his overloaded work schedule. Nick Cannon, host of the 92.3 Now morning radio show 'Rollin'' in New York City, host of 'America's Got Talent,' husband of Mariah Carey, and father of twins Roc and Roe aka dem babies, has stepped down from his radio post, effective immediately.
Just when we thought Nick Cannon was in the clear after changing his eating habits after suffering mild kidney failure last month, it turns out Mariah Carey's husband and the host of 'America's Got Talent' was hospitalized against last week. He was suffering from pain in both his chest and right arm and sought medical treatment. Even though this occurred last week, he only revealed the news this morning.
After spending two weeks in the hospital for his mild kidney failure, Nick Cannon is happy to say that he is well on his way to being fully recovered. Cannon spent some time with Howard Stern on air Tuesday morning (Jan. 17) where they discussed many topics, but the one people were most concerned about was the overall health of Mariah Carey's hubby and father to DemBabies!
Sometimes a drama, medical or otherwise, brings a couple closer together. Such is the case for Nick Cannon and wife Mariah Carey after he suffered mild kidney failure. Cannon is back at home with his wife and dem babies, but he has to make a few changes to improve his health! His dad Jason revealed that Cannon and Carey are now tighter than ever in the wake of the medical maladies. 'Til death do us part for Nick and Mariah, that's for sure.
As Nick Cannon continues to recover from mild kidney failure, Mariah Carey is passing along good news about her husband's progress. "Nick is in stable condition with a good prognosis, hopefully he'll be discharged within 2 days," she tweeted today. "As always he's laughing and in good spirits."
Nick Cannon, who was being treated at an Aspen, Colo. hospital for mild kidney failure this week, tweeted an update from the hospital. The husband of Mariah Carey recently posted: "Currently being transfered to a hospital in LA. Thank you all for all your love, prayers and concern. You know me... I will be a'ight."