DailyMailUK.com reported, "They reconciled for Easter with their three-year-old children Monroe and Moroccan. But Nick Cannon, 34, has now said that he would 'never say never' to getting back together with estranged wife Mariah Carey. Nick filed for divorce in December 2014 after six years of marriage, was filmed telling TMZ that the door is not yet closed on their relationship. When questioned on reuniting with musician Mariah, Nick says: 'Um, yeah, you can never say never,' as he hops into a waiting car with security staff.
The site previously reported that it was Nick who filed the divorce papers on December 12 and he seemingly ignored her attempts to block a tell-all book about their relationship earlier this year. Simon & Schuster confirmed to MailOnline that the book is being published by Gallery Books, an imprint of the high-powered publisher. He was thought to feel put out that she rejected his numerous demands for a $30 million divorce settlement, so he is writing the book to get a payday for being married to the star, a friend told MailOnline."
This is the same man who wanted to let the world know that he wasn't with Mariah for her money. But if she wasn't willing to pay him a $30 million divorce settlement, Nick figured he may as well approach Simon & Schuster and write his tell-all, presumably about what a harrowing experience it was being married to Mariah.
I hate to use a big word like "blackmail," but I will. Telling Mariah, "Give me $30 million or else" is manipulation at its finest.
What's worse is that they have children. Nick's so intent on being paid that he's willing to smear the mother of his kids.
As for Mariah, I'm glad she's not saying a word. She's staying completely above the fray. Were I her, Nick's threats (or promises) to write his little sob story wouldn't make me flinch.
Let him show the world how worthless he is. If the public wants to pay to hear his nonsense, let them line his pockets. Far be it from Mariah to waste a dime on this fool.
In the words of Will & Grace's Karen Walker, "You ain't gettin' 88 cents outta me, Rose!"
Until next time...
Shine like Platinum!