Nick Cannon and Bre Tiesi Get Matching Tattoo to Honor Their 1-Year-Old Son Legendary

Nick Cannon and Bre Tiesi are ending New York Fashion Week in style. The co-parents decided to get matching tattoos in honor of their 1-year-old son, Legendary Love Cannon – who was born in July 2022. They both got Legendary’s name spelled out in black ink – a simple/basic tattoo, but a memorable one. 

“L•E•G•E•N•D•A•R•Y ????????Been talking about getting this tattoo since my pregnancy, but you know we had to wait for the best @alenatattoos to do it ???? I’ve always wanted a neck tat ???? what a way to end NYFW!” Tiesi wrote in her Instagram caption – sharing a behind-the-scenes video of the tattoo process. 

Tiesi decided to get Legendary’s name tattooed vertically down the side of her neck, while Cannon went with Legendary’s name tattooed vertically across his chest – both tattoos were done in black ink. Alena Wedderburn – a resident artist at INKED NYC and Inked Magazine – was the artist behind the tattoos. 

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Earlier this week, Nick Cannon and Bre Tiesi enjoyed a night out at the Falguni Shane Peacock New York Fashion Week show. They dressed for the occasion with Cannon donning black leather pants and a black laced shirt, while Tiesi wore a bedazzled sheer dress with black leather leggings and black pointed boots.

Cannon and Tiesi have spoken highly of each other over the past year. The two welcomed their son, Legendary, in July 2022 – her first child, but Nick’s eighth child (though he has welcomed four children since then). Tiesi spoke about her relationship with Nick and her role as a mother in an interview last year. 

“I just respect and love who he is so much as a person, that when I thought about, ‘Do I want my son to be this person? Look at your characteristics, look at your personality, look at how you treat people…’ That’s what is so much more important to me than anything,” she said in an interview with E! News. 

She said her main priority right now is being present as a mother – something she takes pride in as she watches her little man grow up. In August, she talked about being able to capture her son’s first steps. “It’s so cool to be able to actually be here with him and capture these moments,” she said to PEOPLE.

Nick Cannon and Bre Tiesi Joke About Child Support on TikTok

Nick Cannon is a man of many talents, but one of his most notable traits is knowing how to make people laugh. And that’s exactly what he and his son’s mother, Bre Tiesi, did on TikTok earlier this week. The two teamed up in a video that poked fun at child support payments and his 12 (count them, 12!) children. 

The video begins with Tiesi telling Cannon that it’s time to start paying child support. “Como, say what?” Cannon replies – forcing Tiesi to repeat what she said. The rest of the video consists of Cannon coming up with excuses for why he shouldn’t have to pay child support – starting with converting to the Amish life. 


When it’s time to start paying child support….???? @Bretiesi #explore #fyp #childsupport #childsupportproblems

♬ original sound – Nick Cannon

Other excuses included getting the vaccine and the fact that he has over 10 children – which Tiesi argues is only valid in certain countries (like China). Of course, that led Cannon to disappear out of nowhere before facetiming Tiesi from China. The post was seen by 3.8 million people and liked by 404,000 people. 

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In March, Nick Cannon sat down for an interview with Audacy’s 104.1 in St. Louis for The Home Team Morning Show – where he revealed that he doesn’t give any of the mothers to his children a monthly allowance. “What they need, they get it… That’s why they call me the provider,” he said in the interview.

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