Nick Cannon jokes on ‘Who’s Having My Baby?’ game show with Kevin Hart


Who is your baby daddy?

Nick Cannon has since become the center of many jokes father of 12 children with six different women in recent years.

But this time he’s in on the joke.

Cannon shocked the internet on Tuesday when he began promoting a fake game show titled “Who’s Having My Baby?” to be released on the E! network this spring.

The actor shared a promo video that really looked like an E! TV commercial teases a new show starring Kevin Hart that would become “the mother of all game shows”.

“We’re not kidding,” said the narrator in the fake ad — though they were.

The official E! Entertainment Twitter account even posted, “We are definitely not kidding! I’m so excited about this!”

Nick Cannon jokingly promoted a mock game show starring Kevin Hart titled “Who’s Having My Baby?”

"Who will have my baby?" promotional photo
Cannon shared a promotional photo and trailer for the fake game show, fooling much of the internet into believing it was real.

The show appeared to be a competition game show with women competing for Cannon’s next child. “You get some contestants who want to have your baby,” Hart told Cannon in the trailer.

In the video, Hart introduces several women on a stage where Cannon sits and chooses between the contestants “eenie, meenie, miney.”

Cannon then followed up with a false promotional photo for the fake show and continued to poke fun at the wild reactions people have had for believing the trick, even retweeting and responding to some of the extreme comments.

Kevin Hart in the fake promo
The show was advertised as a competition game show where women would compete to become Cannon’s next baby mama.

“The public will love it!!!” Cannon replied when @zuri_eliza tweeted: “This is a real mess in the trailer park.”

“Why are people on this app so mean?! We love America!!!” the actor tweeted in response to a tweet that read: “This is somehow the worst sh-t I’ve ever seen and also 100% on brand for Nick Cannon, I pray the show flops but Americans are obsessed with sh-tty television so who knows .”

“Yes! Finally I made it! Thanks!” he joked when @TEISTHEONE called him “officially the corniest to ever live.”

Many people had strong opinions about Cannon procreating, but the TV host took it all to heart.

“These thought-provoking ‘Think Pieces’ about my penis are riveting!” Cannon tweeted.

Cannon is the proud father of twins, Monroe and Moroccan, 11, with ex-wife Mariah Carey; Golden Sagon, 6, Powerful Queen, 2, and Rise Messiah, 5 months, with Brittany Bell; Onyx Ice Cole, 5 months, with LaNisha Cole; twins, Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir, 1, and Beautiful Zeppelin Cannon, 3 months, with Abby De La Rosa; Zen, who passed away in December 2021 from brain cancer, and Halo Marie, 2 months, with Alyssa Scott; and Legendary Love, 7 months, with Bre Tiesi.

In the summer even Cannon joked about helping to repopulate the Earth.

Hart has also poked fun at his friend’s large brood on several occasions, after plastering Cannon’s cell phone number on billboards in Los Angeles, Atlanta and New York. “For advice on fatherhood? Call my best friend Nick Cannon.”

The comedian also gave his friend a gift a condom machine for Valentine’s Day.

While “Who’s Having My Baby?” seems to be the latest in the prank saga and won’t really come to fruition. The prank was a promotional piece for one of Hart’s upcoming unannounced projects.

A source has confirmed that Variety that “everything will be revealed as soon as possible [Wednesday]as Hart continues to expand his empire with another comedy franchise within the NBCUniversal universe.

While Hart continues to expand his media empire, Cannon can still expand his own dynasty.

“God decides when we’re done,” Cannon recently said“but I think I certainly have my hands full.”

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