Celebrity couple Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are selling their home for a whopping $12.99 million. Are the two going down the same rumored divorce road that Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith are currently on with through this house-selling business? According to reports, Carey and Cannon are selling their 11,750 square-foot Bel Air mansion. It features seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, multiple wings, a theater, a music room, a basketball court, and a swimming pool. The two sure knows how to make a profit since they initially bought their castle in 2009 for $6.97 million.
Although the home being opened for buyers have been confirmed, rumors of divorce are still surrounding the two despite their attempts to ward them off.
Last year, the two's conflicting schedules and line of work reportedly caused problems concerning their marriage. A source for Star said, "They barely see each other anymore and are basically living across the country from each other. Mariah is under enormous stress, trying to finish her new album, and Nick isn't supportive. She's ready to ditch him." The tipster added, "The only thing holding them together is their shared love of their son and daughter. But Mariah and Nick's marriage may well be past the point of saving."
The tabloid also reported that Carey is fed up of Cannon constantly drawing material from their marriage for his comedy routines. But aside from their professional lives, rumors of infidelity also threaten the stability of their marriage. The comedian was said to have been "seeing red" because of the various men that his wife has been spending time with.
But the singer is not the only one with wandering eye problems. Carey is also not happy with Cannon being surrounded by beautiful women on the set of his show "Wild 'N Out". But despite these rumors, the two remain strong in their fight to prove the strength of their marriage. In the February 2014 issue of Ebony magazine, Cannon said, "It was early on when I found out how spiritual she was, and we had conversations about kids and how to live life. For her to share these values, it instantly let me know this is the person I've always wanted."