Nick Cannon’s partner Alyssa Scott mourns deceased son with heartbreaking pre-Christmas photo


Nick Cannon’s partner Alyssa Scott took to Instagram to mourn their late son with a heartbreaking photo, ahead of Christmas. Earlier this month, Cannon confirmed that 5-month-old Zen died of a brain tumor. Us weekly reports that on December 23, Scott shared a picture of the crib in Zen’s bedroom, along with clothes, toys and holiday outfit the baby was said to have worn.

“Maybe you close the nursery door. Maybe you leave it open. Maybe you’ve put some things in a box – maybe you fold them again and put them in the drawers. This is where I am at, “Scott wrote in a caption in the photo. “Walk past his room … sometimes enter.” Wash some of her clothes but put aside others that still smell. A bunch is growing because I’m not sure what to do but I’m not rushing decision. “She added,” I am thinking of all of you who are grieving this holiday season. I also read your messages and keep them close to me during this time. Love.”

After the tragic death of his son, Scott mourned the loss while writing to the late baby. “Oh my sweet Zen. The pain I felt in my arm from holding you is slowly fading. It’s a painful reminder that you’re no longer there,” the model wrote on an Instagram Stories post. December 8. “I caught up with looking in the backseat as I drove, I only saw the mirror no longer reflecting your perfect face towards me.”

She continued, “When I close a door too hard, I hold my breath and wince knowing that a soft cry will follow shortly. It doesn’t come. The silence is deafening. For the past five months, we’ve been part of this. race together. We would pass the baton to each other. You supported me. It would be the middle of the night and you would smile at me. A burst of energy would fill my body and pure joy would radiate in me. . We were a team, both determined to see it through. “

Scott went on to write that not having Zen in his arms “feels unbearable,” then adding, “I can’t. And right now, I feel carried. By your sister. By God. By complete strangers. encouraging me not to give up. It has been an honor and a privilege to be your mom. I will love you forever. 6 • 23 • 21 – 12 • 5 • 21. “

Jack C. Nugent