One of Nick Cannon’s baby mamas LaNisha Cole appeared to shade the “Wild ‘n Out” host for posting “fake” photo ops with his other kids and their mothers.
Cole – who shares 3-month-old daughter Onyx with Cannon – seemingly responded to questions about her and her daughter not being included in the recent snaps.
“There’s no need to mention me or send anything to my dms. It has nothing to do with me… and no need to be messy. It’s all love over this way 🙏🏾 Happy holidays to you and your family! ❤️❤️❤️❤️,” Cole, 40, captioned a blank Instagram Story on Sunday.
In another message, she added, “It’s important for me to keep things positive and maintain my peace in the middle of it all.
“It’s not easy but I have to do it for my daughter. She is incredibly blessed and is surrounded by so much love – and it’s not fake IG photo op love – it’s real day in and day out love.”
Cole still made sure to get her little girl in the holiday spirit by taking her to meet “her new bestie Santa” sans Cannon, 42, at the Grand Central Market in Los Angeles, Calif., over the weekend.
Abby De La Rosa – who co-parents twin boys Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir, 1, and Beautiful Zeppelin, 1-month, with the “Masked Singer” host – included her children’s father in several festive photos posted on Saturday.
“Christmas ’22 🎄,” she captioned a photo of her and Cannon – who wore a green sweater with tinsel on it and a Santa hat – holding their three children.
De La Rosa, 32, later revealed that the photos were taken less than two weeks after she gave birth to her newborn daughter.
“I didn’t want to post all out of pure insecurity with my body,” she added in an Instagram Story. “I’m sad that I haven’t had grace for myself and allowed that to get in the way of sharing my family with you all. You had 3 kids in 23 months. I’m working on being more proud of my body rather than ashamed.”
Bre Tiesi also shared how Cannon has been making time for their 5-month-old son, Legendary Love, by posing for photos with him and Santa over the weekend.
Cannon gave subtle nods to Brittany Bell and ex-wife Mariah Carey by reposting a photo of their newborn son, Rise Messiah, in a Santa costume and a snap of Monroe, 11, singing with her mom, to his Instagram Stories over the weekend.
The “Drumline” star has yet to address Cole’s apparent shade, nor has he posted any 2022 holiday photos with any of his 11 children to his permanent Instagram feed.
Cannon has welcomed a total of 11 children – with a 12th on the way from Alyssa Scott. Scott confirmed pregnancy suspicions in October and later revealed Cannon was the father in November. The two welcomed son Zen in July 2021, but he died from brain cancer last December.
Cannon began his fatherhood journey when he and Carey welcomed fraternal twins, Monroe and Moroccan in 2011.
In addition to newborn Rise, Bell and Cannon also share son Golden, 5, and daughter Powerful Queen, almost 2.