Mariah has not taken the split from Nick very well, according to insiders but HollywoodLife.com has learned that Nick, is still partying nonstop! This must be very hard on each of them, especially since they have two three-year-old twins together, Moroccan and Monroe.
Mariah Carey‘s world has just fallen apart and Nick Cannon, 33, is already partying like a single guy. But it turns out Nick might want to slow down because the stress from the split is reportedly exacerbating his Lupus.
Mariah Carey & Nick Cannon: How Their Split Is Taking A Toll On Their Lives
Let’s start with Mariah, the 45-year-old singer feels “humiliated,” by the break up, according to our source at HollywoodLife.com.
“Family and close friends are worried about her,” our source tells us. “She’s a loose cannon and feels humiliated. She’s too caught up with what others think of her. And she does have a past of self-destructive behavior. She needs professional help and tons of support right now.”
Mariah is also so upset, according to Ok!, that she is crying all of the time — so sad!
“She’s falling apart and totally on edge,” their source says. “She feels like a failure.”
Nick Partying In NYC After Their Split
In the midst of all of this, HollywoodLife.com spotted Nick at the Ainsworth, Sept. 7, for their Sunday Football Party, where he was seen in the partying alongside DJ Vice.
“He was partying and having a great time,” our eyewitness tells us. “He didn’t look like someone who was reeling from a break up. But he stuck with water, he turned down shots and alcohol each time it was offered to him.”
But his aversion to wanting to drink any alcohol, could be due to his ongoing battle with Lupus, an auto immune disease he has been battling for years.
“Nick doesn’t like to talk about it,” a source tells Ok!. “But it’s really affecting him. He always looks drained and tired and he’s getting thin in the face. His life is crumbling, and it’s hard to watch.”
HollywoodLifers, are you surprised that Mariah is taking this so hard?
— Chloe Melas, with additional reporting by Sandra Clark