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Nick Cannon hospitalized, posts photos of ‘small hospital room’

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Life finally caught up with father-of-11 Nick Cannon as the musician and TV host ended up in hospital over the weekend.

Taking to his Instagram, Cannon wrote, “Okay so I guess I’m not Superman…I promised myself I would never come back to this place again…But this is a great lesson in taking care of YOU or YOU will not be able to take care of everyone else.”

Cannon, 42, revealed he had been diagnosed with pneumonia, saying “nothing I can handle”.

He shared photos from his hospital bed, where he wore a black mask and was surrounded by medical equipment.

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Nick Cannon shared photos of himself from a hospital bed on his Instagram.
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The father of eleven, who is expecting his 12th child, continued: “Don’t stumble though, I don’t need any good wishes or prayers, just some solid rest and I’ll be back on the path to becoming stronger than ever.”

To kick off December, Cannon, alongside GloRilla and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, performed at Madison Square Garden for “Nick Cannon Presents: MTV Wild ‘N Out Live.”

Before being hospitalized, Nick Cannon told his followers that he performed a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden.

Before being hospitalized, Nick Cannon told his followers that he performed a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden.
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“What’s crazy is that last night we were rocking a sold-out crowd at Madison Square Garden in front of thousands of fans,” he wrote.

“Now I’m all alone in a tiny hospital room. Life is definitely a rollercoaster! #LupusWarrior,” he added.

In 2012, Cannon revealed that he suffered from the autoimmune disease.

He revealed on Good Morning America that he has a “rare form of lupus” that specifically attacks his kidneys.

Nick Cannon revealed his battle with lupus in 2012 on "hello america" with RobinRobert.

Nick Cannon revealed his battle with lupus in 2012 on “Good Morning America” ​​with Robin Roberts.
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“I was never one to like taking drugs and pills and stuff,” he told host Robin Roberts.

At the time, Cannon said he had undergone a diet change due to illness, noting, “I can’t eat fast food anymore.”

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