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of US Rapper and Comedian Nick Cannon (41) is in deep grief. At the age of just five months, his small son Zen died at a brain tumor a few days ago . In his program "The Nick Cannon Show" the 41-year-old announced this fate. Zen, in which the tumor had been diagnosed shortly after birth, had been stable, he reported. His condition had strongly deteriorated around Thanksgiving.

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on Instagram shared Cannon, which was married from 2008 to 2016 with singer Mariah Carey (51), a photo of a last joint excursion of the family With zen to the sea. The boy died last Sunday (5 December).

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A few days later, his mother has said goodbye to his son with words and pictures that go under the skin and make it clear that the huge loss is even incomprehensible to her.

Zen died at 5 months: "The silence is deafening"

"Oh, my sweet zen. The pain that I have felt in my arm to keep you up slowly, it's a painful reminder that you are No more here, "she starts her message. When driving, she has caught up as she looks at the backseat, "just to see that the mirror no longer reflects your perfect face for me."

"If I close a door too loud, I hold the breath and twitch together, because I know that will soon be a quiet scream. He does not come. The silence is deafening," emphasizes.

in the past five Months, they would have shared "this race" together. "You kept me running," she wrote. A smile of him in the middle of the night had fulfilled her with energy and joy.

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"It was an honor to be your Mami "

all the more painful is the loss now:" It feels unbearable without running you. I can not. And at that moment I feel as I am worn. From your sister ... by God. Of completely strange people who encourage me, do not give up. It was an honor and a privilege to be your Mami. I will love you to all eternity. "

On her words, Alyssa Scott posted a video from various recordings of her deceased son: they show Zen shortly after birth, when his sister shows him a picture book, in the bathtub, on his arm of his Mother on the beach, but also in the hospital when he was already ill.

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Scott shared a heartbreaking post to Instagram reflecting on the loss of her baby boy.Scott took to Instagram Wednesday evening and shared a video featuring clips and photos of her infant son from throughout his short life, and penned a message about the void his absence has left in her life.

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