Nick Cannon Welcomes Twin Sons with Abby De La Rosa and She Announced Their Names
Nick Cannon and Abby De La Rosa welcomed twin boys. The new mom announced the delightful news and revealed the twins' unusual names in a video.
Abby De La Rosa, a DJ and entrepreneur, announced the birth of her twin boys in a post on Instagram on June 14, 2021. She shares her newborn sons with comedian Nick Cannon.
In the delightful clip, De La Rosa wrapped an animal-printed scarf around her head and wore a white robe. Her beautiful twin boys were nestled close to her chest as she lay on a hospital bed.
De La Rosa smiled as she watched her adorable boys sleeping close to her. Her twins' unique names are Zion Mixolydian Cannon and Zillion Heir Cannon.
The new mom seemed to find it hard to express her feelings about her babies. Amid her lack of words, she wrote, "My World" as a hashtag.
Many fans sent their well-wishes for De La Rosa. Other social media stars expressed their heartfelt messages as well, with DJ Puffy commenting, "Congratulations."
Cannon has yet to make his announcement following the birth of his twin boys, but fans expect that the "The Masked Singer" host will make one soon.
Cannon has been vocal about his desire to expand his family.
De La Rosa's newborn twins make the 40-year-old TV show host a father of six children. The "Love Don't Cost A Thing" star has four other kids whom he shares with different women.
It is Cannon's second time having twins. The comedian has 10-year-old fraternal twins with his ex-wife, pop icon Mariah Carey - a son named Moroccan Scott and daughter named Monroe.
Cannon also shares four-year-old son Golden and four-month-old daughter Powerful Queen with his ex-girlfriend, Britanny Bell, a former beauty pageant titlist.
Aside from having six children, rumors recently swirled about Cannon expecting another child, this time with "Wild N' Out" star and model Alyssa Scott.
Earlier, Scott shared a pregnancy photo and wrote "Zen S. Cannon" in the caption, which fans took as a hint that her baby might be Cannon's seventh child. The speculations, however, remain unproven.
Cannon has been vocal about his desire to expand his family. In a previous podcast, he stated, "I want children," but added that he does not want to be married or be in a long-term relationship.