Mariah Carey divorce: Nick Cannon deletes Instagram after Twitter rant
Nick Cannon is pissed and he took his rage to Twitter on Wednesday a few hours before he had to go onstage for a live taping of America's Got Talent. So what is he so mad about? Well, you know that whole "trouble in paradise" thing that he supposedly said about his marriage with Mariah Carrey? He says it's a straight up lie, that he never said such a thing. I actually think it's pretty funny the way that he phrased it on Twitter so of course I have to share it with you and that's not all! I mean he really went off AND now his Instagram account has vanished as far as I can tell!
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I'm kinda going to start at the end of his Twitter rant because that is the part I found most interesting. By now, Cannon has been quoted and re-quoted as having said "there is trouble in paradise" so much that I wouldn't be surprised if his headstone ends up reading may there be no trouble in paradise. But Cannon pretty much swore on Twitter that he NEVER said those words. In fact he tweeted,
His tweet made me chuckle because I have to admit that when I read that he said that, I thought it was kind of a dumb way to phrase it. Like, why call it paradise if it's not working out?
Of course that wasn't all he had to say, his Twitter rant went on for like 40 minutes. He also tweeted, "For the record I NEVER have, nor will I make a statement regarding my marriage." Clearly, this was quite the emotional outpouring especially since whether he addresses it or not there is OBVIOUSLY trouble in paradise in his marriage to Mariah Carey.
He did keep it classy when referring to Mariah during his rant. He wrote, "What infuriates me most is to hear people slander @MariahCarey. I will forever be indebted to her for blessing me with our children..." He also wrote,
AND you guys, I just tried to go to Nick Cannon's Instagram account and it's gone! Poof! I I thought I was hallucinating so I went to his official website and followed the Instagram link from there and it led to a "Page Not Found" message. Hmmm, I wonder whether this happened before or after his Twitter rant? Yikes.
I know troubles in a marriage are never easy and I'm sure that going through those troubles under public scrutiny is even worse. I don't have any wise words of advice for Nick Cannon on how to deal with all the negative attention this is bringing to his life right now other than, focus on those near and dear to you: your children. Love on your kids and let them love on you.
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