Nick Cannon is indeed populating the earth, as it keeps raining babies in his camp. Cannon is expecting another child with Abby De La Rosa.
In a social media post shared earlier this week, Abby De La Rosa, the DJ and former radio personality
with whom Cannon already shares twins, seemingly confirmed the news with a subtle comment on her Instagram story.
Responding to a post by the account @libras.society, which warned that “1 night with a Libra can turn into 3-4 years,” De La Rosa wrote, “lol 1 night turned into 4 years and 3 kids real quick…I see no lies here smh.”
Cannon and De La Rosa welcomed twins, Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir, in June 2021.
Although she announced her pregnancy on social media months ago, De La Rosa did not reveal the father’s name
nor did she address public speculation about Cannon’s involvement. The television host, born October 8, 1980, is a Libra.
De La Rosa’s social media post came about a week after Alyssa Scott shared her own pregnancy announcement post on Instagram
and confirmed that she and Cannon are expecting.
Nick Cannon Expecting 12th Child With Dj Abby De La Rosa
“a BLESSING,” Scott captioned the photo, which showed her and Cannon together in a bathtub.
This is their second baby, after the two welcomed a son, Zen,
around the time his twins were born last year. Zen died from brain cancer at just 5 months old.
Cannon’s eldest children, twins Morocco and Monroe, whom he shares with singer Mariah Carey, were born in 2011. His family has continued to grow since then.
In 2017, Cannon and Brittney Bell welcomed a son, Golden “Sagon,” and had a daughter, Powerful Queen, three years later. After his three children born last year came Legendary, Cannon’s son with Bre Tiesi, who was born this past January.
Then, in August, Cannon announced that he and Bell were expecting their third child together. He welcomed a baby with photographer LaNisha Cole, named Onyx, several weeks later. A couple of weeks after that, Cannon revealed that Bell had given birth to their daughter, Rise Messiah Cannon.