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Why I insured my testicles for $10 million – Nick Cannon reveals

Why I insured my testicles for $10 million - Nick Cannon

In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, American television host and father of 12, Nick Cannon, explained the reasoning behind his decision to insure his testicles for a whopping $10 million. The 43-year-old star of “The Masked Singer” revealed that he took the unconventional step to secure his future by partnering with men’s personal care company Dr. Squatch.

Nick Cannon stated that he wanted to follow in the footsteps of other celebrities who have insured their valuable body parts, such as athletes who insure their legs. He joked that he had to “insure my most valuable assets” and added that it’s “just making sure nothing goes wrong” with his testicles.

The insurance policy was executed through Momentous Insurance Brokerage’s Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC (MMA) and was valued at $10 million after a thorough assessment using Dr. Squatch’s Ball Valuation Tool. The tool evaluated Cannon’s testicles based on factors such as size and bedroom performance.

Cannon, who has 12 children with multiple partners, expressed gratitude to Dr. Squatch for providing the necessary protection for his growing family. He also used the opportunity to promote Dr. Squatch’s new Ball Care products, urging others to consider protecting and caring for their own valuable assets.

In a humorous statement, Cannon joked about putting his “super sperm to rest,” but instead chose to double down on his valuable testicles and future children. As a result, he has earned the title of “Most Valuable Balls.”

Cannon’s decision to insure his testicles has sparked curiosity among fans and critics alike, with some expressing surprise and others poking fun at the unusual move. Regardless, Cannon is confident that his investment will provide peace of mind and protection for his future.

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