Nick Cannon Says He “Had Some Baby Mama Drama” Following Kevin Hart Prank

“I did have to do some real life stuff, and then when he came out and said it was him, everybody relaxed,” Cannon said.

Just days after Nick Cannon announced the expectancy of his eighth child, Kevin Hart pranks Cannon with a condom vending machine, to which the mother of Cannon’s kids was not fond of.

According to ET News, Cannon, 41, said, “One thing that was brilliant about it, it was the mystery of it, because I had some baby mama drama, 'Who sent you that? Who sent you that?'" Cannon said. "So, I did have to do some real life stuff, and then when he came out and said it was him, everybody relaxed."

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Back in September, Cannon pranked Hart by wrapping his face around Hart’s private jet.

"I still think wrapping his face on my private plane is better than his sending me a vending machine full of condoms,” to which Hart replied, “Vending machine full of condoms is a much bigger hassle to get out of a dressing room and takes up all the space.”

After a five-year hiatus, BET’s original series, The Real Husbands of Hollywood, has returned to BET +. The series originally aired back in 2013.

“BET and of course now, the affiliation with BET+, it's a great relationship,” Hart explained. “Before any type of success, they were there. Before things got big, and astronomical, BET was there.”

He continued with, “So, I told them I want to stay true to the relationship that was real familiar," he continued. "I think it's important for our culture to see us tap back into the platform that embraced our culture. It's really big, not just for us, but for the platform as well, so hopefully people will follow suit.”

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