Nick Cannon Reveals "Who's Having My Baby?" Teaser Was A Prank, Announces Another Show
On Tuesday (March 7), Nick Cannon took to Instagram to tease his questionable new gameshow, Who's Having My Baby? In the trailer, comedian Kevin Hart puts the father-of-12 in the hot seat, saying "you're going to get some contestants that want to have your baby." The promo also claimed that this new release was "the mother of all gameshow," although the plot and purpose of this strange concept remained ambiguous. However, with Cannon welcoming five children from five different baby mamas in the last year, the show wasn't fully unbelievable.
As it turns out, the father-of-12's announcement was just a prank in light of an actual project that he and Kevin Hart have been brewing up. On Wednesday (March 8), Cannon crushed all of the talks about Who's Having My Baby? with another Instagram post. "Gotcha!!!! 'Who's Having My Baby?' was definitely a prank y'all, but #CelebrityPrankWars is our real show," the 42-year-old wrote. Accompanying his post was the promo for Celebrity Prank Wars, which will premiere on April 6th.
Nick Cannon And Kevin Hart To Team Up For New Show
This hasn't been the first time that Cannon and Hart have created pranks around the rapper's notorious fatherhood. Last year, Hart gifted Cannon a vending machine filled with condoms by Hart. According to E!, the comedic duo will "help celebrities pull off the most elaborate pranks yet." The network has also released the official trailer for the series, where Cannon adds "there's nothing that besties do better than pranking each other." The pranks featured on the show are noted as "adrenaline pumping" and "eye-opening." In the promo, these wild jokes are teased, shown to involve crashes, explosions, and destruction. "This. Means. War," the pair announces at the end of the trailer.
Each week, Cannon and Hart will aid one of their "famous friends" in executing an over-the-top scheme. A strong roster of celebrities will be featured on the show, including Tiffany Hadish, Ludacris, and Lil Jon. With the show just a month away, it's likely that the pranksters may have some other tricks up their sleeves for promoting their upcoming show. Stay tuned on HNHH for the latest news in hip-hop and pop culture.
"Celebrity Prank Wars" Airs On April 6th