The ‘Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out’ host insinuates that he is not done expanding his family while speaking with guest Andy Cohen on his show ‘Nick Cannon’.

AceShowbizNick Cannon apparently isn’t done expanding his family. “The Masked Singer” host, who already has seven children with four women, recently joked about wanting to have another child as he revealed his “favorite baby mama.”

When sitting down with Andy Cohen in the Wednesday, November 10 episode of “Nick Cannon“, the comedian and the Bravo personality played Plead the Fifth, in which they took turns answering hot topic questions. Andy then asked, “Who is your favorite baby mama?”

Nick then paused for a while as the audience began to chant, “Plead the fifth.” He then replied, “I got this. I ain’t scared of you, Andy. My favorite baby mama is the next one.”

Andy was in shock as his jaw dropped. While the “Radio Andy” host was still stunned with the answer, the “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out” host explained, “Because some of my past ones could still be my next one.”

Nick made headlines earlier this year after welcoming three new additions to his family just within a month. On June 14, he and Abby De La Rosa welcomed twin sons Zion Mixolydian and Zillion. Just days later, model Alyssa Scott disclosed that she’s expecting her first child with him. Alyssa gave birth to their baby boy Zen on June 21.

In addition to the three infants, Nick shares 10-year-old fraternal twins Monroe and Moroccan with his ex-wife Mariah Carey. He is also a father to 4-year-old son Golden “Sagon” Cannon and 11-month-old daughter Powerful Queen Cannon, whom he shares with his model ex Brittany Bell.

Earlier this month, the TV host/rapper jokingly volunteered to give Saweetie some babies. This came after the “Best Friend” hitmaker declared on Twitter, “I want some babies.” The 41-year-old later quote-retweeted her post, sending out a curious face emoji, a ninja emoji, a laughing emoji and an emoji of a guy raising his hand.

Nick later clarified his response, claiming that people “misunderstood” him. Noting that he wanted to advise the femcee to “take time for making such a big decision,” he explained, “It was all in fun. No disrespect. If she’s ready to have kids, get to it queen. We rockin’ with ya.”

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