Nick Cannon has shown he’s one proud papa in a birthday tribute to twins Zillion and Zion, as he continues to be the most talked-about celebrity dad in pop culture.
On Wednesday (June 14), the Masked Singer host took to Instagram where he shared an adorable snap of the twins ahead of their 2nd birthday.
“Can’t believe it’s been 2 years already!!” Cannon wrote in the caption. “Zillion and Zion the world is yours!! I love you so much! Happy birthday sons!!”
In the picture, Cannon and his sons smile big for the camera, draped in matching denim sets paired with a white tee and white headbands. Check it out below.
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On his Instagram story, the Drumline actor shared snaps of the trio lounging poolside, as well as flicks of their birthday party alongside the twin’s mother, internet personality Abby De La Rosa.
Meanwhile, De La Rosa posted two photos from the children’s lively birthday bash, featuring the happy family posing in front of a back drop. “Twice the fun, Twice the Love. Cheers to 2! We love you Zillion & Zion [white heart emoji, sparkle emoji],” she captioned the series of pics.
Cannon shares his first set of twins, Monroe and Moroccan, with his ex-wife Mariah Carey. The Cali native shares his other children with four different women: Brittany Bell, LaNisha Cole, Breanna Tiesi, and Alyssa Scott.
Explaining his decision to father 12 children, the 42-year-old previously shared that expanding his family was not always intended but it was in God’s plan, noting that several of his co-parents were on birth control when they conceived.
“I lend that type of stuff to God,” Cannon explained during a recent episode of The Language of Love with Dr. Laura Berman podcast. “Those are miracles.”
“It’s almost like when you have these manifestations or visions, if that’s what you want to call them, it’s like, ‘Oh, that all makes sense now,’” the father of 12 added.
“I’ve heard, ‘You’re going to be a father of many. You’re a great influence. Your lineage, your offspring, are going to do great things.’ I’ve had that. And I’m like, ‘The more, the merrier.’ We roll the dice to the name and what you will build.”