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Nick Cannon's Handwritten Cards Cause Chaos Among Baby Mamas

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While many of us may have experienced minor mishaps or hiccups on Mother's Day, Nick Cannon's card mix-up over the holiday weekend stands out as quite the conundrum.

The renowned TV host and even more prolific father found himself in a sticky situation on Sunday when he accidentally mixed up handwritten cards intended for the six mothers of his 12 children.

During an episode of his radio show, aptly titled "The Daily Cannon," Cannon openly confessed his well-intentioned yet muddled gesture to his cohosts.

"I tried my best, I really did," Cannon admitted in a video shared on his Instagram page. "I thought it would be a great way to genuinely express one's feelings by putting them into words. And I was writing heartfelt messages by hand. But then, as I was crafting a handwritten message, I mixed up the cards. So, when one baby mama reads a card intended for another baby mama..."

The situation turned awkward, particularly since one of the show's cohosts, Abby De La Rosa, is among the mothers of Cannon's children. While De La Rosa maintained her composure, another show presenter, Courtney Bee Bledsoe, didn't let Cannon off the hook easily.

When the "Wild N' Out" host commented, "See, if I had just gotten some generic stuff that everyone else got, this wouldn't have happened."

Bledsoe retorted, "No, N—a! If you had just focused, this wouldn't have happened!"

For those curious about Cannon's ever-expanding family, here's a brief overview. The versatile host shares twins Moroccan and Monroe with Mariah Carey.

He also has twin boys Zion and Zillion, who are 19 months old, and a daughter Beautiful Zeppelin with De La Rosa.

Brittany Bell is the mother of his sons Rise Messiah and Golden Sagon, as well as his daughter Powerful Queen.

"Selling Sunset's" Bre Tiesi is the mother of his son Legendary Love, and LaNisha Cole is the mother of his daughter Onyx Ice.

Alyssa Scott recently gave birth to their daughter Halo Marie. She is also the mother of his late son Zen, who tragically passed away at five months due to brain cancer.

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