c994d02922b4f232d0dcff70499775a7084fa52a Nick Cannon and Kevin Hart promote the fake game show 'Who's Having My Baby'
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Nick Cannon and Kevin Hart promote the fake game show 'Who's Having My Baby'

Kevin Hart with Nick Cannon
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Nick Cannon deceived the media on Tuesday by giving a false speech in support of Who's Having My Baby With Nick Cannon? The game show, which was promoted as the "mother of all game shows" and was presented by Kevin Hart, was disguised as a competition between hopeful parents to have their next child.

Later, Variety revealed that Hart came up with the joke "who's having my baby" as a sketch for a new project. Experts claim that information concerning the true nature of the initiative will be made public tomorrow, according to the site.

Cannon announced earlier on Tuesday that he would appear in an E! Entertainment *fake* show while sharing a sneak peek at the fictitious TV show. The pregnant women are shown in the comedy teaser while Cannon is applauded by the audience. You'll have some contestants begging to have your baby, Hart also yells.

At this time, Cannon is the father of twelve children in the reality. With Mariah Carey, he shares 11-year-old Monroe and Moroccan; with Brittany Bell, he has Rise (5 months), Powerful (2 months), and Golden (6 months); with Abby De La Rosa, he has Zion and Zillion (1 month); with Alyssa Scott, he has the late Zen; with Bre Tiesi, he has Legendary (7 months); and with LaNisha Cole, he has Onyx (5 months).

Hart has previously made a jab at Cannon's fecundity. In December 2020, the comedian leased a billboard in Los Angeles that stated, "Need any parenthood advice? Call Nick Cannon, who is my best friend.

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