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Nick Cannon says he accidentally sent the wrong Mother’s Day Cards to the Moms of His 12 Kids

The Television host confused his ‘Baby Mamas’ in Mother's Day Card Mishap.

Nick Cannon mixed up the Mother’s Day Cards to wrong Mom of his 12 kids: ‘I Tried My Best’

Cannon said he attempted to do something special this year for the six mothers of his 12 children.

“I tried my best, I really did,” the actor turned media personality said on the Monday (May 15) episode of his new radio show The Daily Cannon, adding that, instead of buying fancy gifts, he decided to send the six mothers of his 12 children thoughtful, handwritten cards.

Nick said. “To show people how you really feel, write it down. And I was doing handwritten messages from the heart,” he continued. “So then as I’m writing the handwritten message, I get the cards mixed up. And then so when one baby mama reads the card about how I feel about the other baby mama…”

Cannon didn’t clarify which of the mothers.... He added that the confusion meant that “one baby mama [read] the card about how I feel about the other baby mama.” Instead, he said, he should have just “got some generic shit that everybody else got.” Adding to the anecdote’s horror was the fact that Cannon told it in front of one of his baby mamas, Abby De La Rosa, who is his co-host on the show. “Wow,” she said in response to his confession. “I tried my best,” Cannon said. “I really did.”

Watch Nick Cannon’s explain how his Mother’s Day plan went awry below.

In addition to his and De La Rosa’s kids, Cannon’s family includes his twins Moroccan and Monroe, 12, with ex-wife Mariah Carey; his son Golden “Sagon,” 6, his daughter Powerful Queen, 2, and his son Rise Messiah, 6 months, with former Miss Arizona USA Brittany Bell.

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