Nick Cannon’s Son With Bre Tiesi Need Respiratory Support After Birth

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The son of Bre Tiesi and Nick Cannon, Legendary, required “respiratory support” after delivery.

Tiesi disclosed in an 11-minute birth video that the baby’s “long crown” resulted from an umbilical hand, or a palm by his ear, during birth.

The model stated that she saw he wasn’t wailing, adding that the midwife had given the baby an air tube and that when he eventually started to cry, it was the sweetest sound I’ve ever heard.”

The realtor last month posted videos of her unmedicated home delivery to YouTube, stating that the content was intense and a touch gory. In the clip, Tiesi, 31, makes a last-ditch effort to start labor when Nick Cannon, 41, must leave for an undisclosed amount of time for workers across the country.

Nick Cannon Newborn Needed Respiratory Support After Birth:

The new mother, who had a 10-hour labor, said in the video that the force of childbirth swiftly brought her to her knees.

She continued by saying it was the most uplifting and beautiful—yet most painful—moment she had ever experienced. She added that the labor intensity consumes your entire body, and she swears that she was pushing hard and yelling and sobbing that I nearly broke. I began to doubt my ability to deliver the baby and kept asking why he wouldn’t come and get him out.

Legendary weighed 10 ounces and was delivered on June 28 at 1:28 a.m. PT. He stood at 21 inches. With his ex-wife Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon has twins named Moroccan and Monroe.

In 2017 and 2020, respectively, he had children with Brittany Bell, Golden and Powerful, following their 2016 divorce. Zion and Zillion De La Rosa, sons of Cannon and DJ Abby De La Rosa, were born in 2021, the same month as Scott, 28, gave life to Zen, who passed away at the age of five months from brain cancer.