Nick Cannon Teased An Upcoming Game Show Where The Winner Gets To Have His Baby, But It’s Not Real… Yet
Live-action sperm sprinkler Nick Cannon, known in special circles as The Coochie Commander, has an estimated net worth of $20 million. However, when you have as many children as he does, that money could easily dwindle down to about $20 within the next decade. So in an attempt to make sure he keeps the cash and the kids constantly coming in, Nick has announced he will be starring in a brand new game show where the woman who wins gets to have his baby. Now, wait! Before you begin thinking that the bar truly is in Hell, please know that this is part of an upcoming sketch show from mini mastermind of mockery Kevin Hart, who is leaping at the chance to make fun of Nick’s penchant for parenthood and punani.
Variety reports Nick is gladly poking fun at his reputation once again after his Valentine’s Day Instagram skit searching for good clean ladies from Christian Mingle. But this game show, aptly titled Who’s Having My Baby With Nick Cannon, is apparently just a sketch aimed to focus on Nick and his critically acclaimed dick cannon while Kevin pulls the strings from behind the curtain like the Wizard of Ah HELL No!
According to insiders, all will be revealed as soon as tomorrow, as Hart continues to expand his empire with another comedy franchise inside the NBCUniversal universe.
That doesn’t mean Hart and Cannon aren’t having some fun first with the confusion over the faux TV series. Cannon went on Twitter Tuesday to claim he would be starring in E! Entertainment’s “Who’s Having My Baby?” and even shared a teaser. (Yes, that’s a sketch, not a show.) As hosted by Hart, the fake show would appear to be a competition between single women eager to birth Cannon’s next child.
We’re expecting…a new show on E! 👀 🍼 #WhosHavingMyBaby premieres this Spring on @eentertainment! @KevinHart4real pic.twitter.com/2LJqohYdS5
— Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) March 7, 2023
WHEW! I can’t tell you how relieved I am because I really thought this was about to be the hottest show of the Spring. And I’m not the only person who thought so because even The Today Show wrote an article about this proposed madness. But now we can all take a much-needed sigh of relief as Kevin screams, “GOT ‘EEEMM!” from his home in the secluded Keebler Elves forest of Hollywood. But I will admit, though, it’s a damn shame. Because if this had been an actual show, Mariah Carey should have sung the theme song. And YES, the theme song would have to be Always Be My Baby, or it would have flopped faster than Nick’s rap career.