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Nick Cannon Names His ‘Favorite Baby Mama’ And You Won’t Believe Who It Is

Joined by Andy Cohen on his Nick Cannon talk show, the pair played a game of “Plead the Fifth.”

Nick Cannon is a proud father of seven and has been open about talking about his children and all of their mothers.

According to PEOPLE, in a clip from Wednesday’s episode of his daytime talk show Nick Cannon, the 41-year-old invited Bravo’s Andy Cohen to play a game of Plead the Fifth. For the game, the pair have to take turns answering hot topic questions.

Cannon can be seen asking, "In an Andy Cohen nightmare, who would be the worst three guests on Watch What Happens Live?" to which Cohen chooses to plead the fifth and not answer the question.

Cohen then asks Cannon, "Who is your favorite baby mama?"

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And before Cannon decides to answer or not, the crowd is heard chanting for him to “Plead the fifth.”

"I got this. I ain't scared of you, Andy. My favorite baby mama is the next one," he surprisingly replies.

"I don't think that was a good answer," Cohen responds.

If you have forgotten, the talk show host shares twins Moroccan and Monroe,10, with his ex-wife Mariah Carey. He is also the father of son Golden, 4, daughter Powerful Queen, ten months with Brittany Bell. And in June 2021, the actor welcomed twins Zion and Zillion 4 months with Abby De La Rosa and son Zen 4 months with Alyssa Scott.

He recently took a vow of celibacy for an extended period of time and announced his decision on the Drink Champs podcast with N.O.R.E. & DJ EFN.

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