Like any couple going through a divorce knows, breaking up is painful -- even when you're a celebrity.
Nick Cannon, host of "America's Got Talent," recently released a freestyle rap focused on his split from Mariah Carey, aptly titled "Divorce Papers." The 35-year-old doesn't attempt to hide the pain he's facing while divorcing Carey, who is also the mother of his two children -- Monroe and Moroccan.
With lyrics like, "My daughter said 'Daddy, why your eyes in tears?'/ Because last time I dropped your brother off, I didn't get a call the next day and it felt like years/ And Imma be honest sometimes I hate to hear/ Y'all on the other line having fun without me," this song is almost too real for anyone going through a similar situation.
Things get REALLY real when Cannon drops Eminem's name on the track, though he actually ends up sympathizing with the rapper. The praise is surprising, given that the TV host began beefing with Eminem in 2009 when the rapper released a song about Carey. Cannon also recently challenged Marshall Mathers to a $100,000 rap battle.
Though Cannon and Carey aren't officially divorced yet (they split in 2014), the singer already has another wedding in the works.