Nick Cannon is reportedly expecting another child!
His rumored girlfriend Alyssa Scott — who's appeared on the Cannon-hosted MTV series Wild 'N Out — posted an interesting Father's Day message on her Instagram Story on Sunday, June 20.
"Celebrating you today," the model captioned a photo with a man who appeared to be the 40-year-old with his hands on her baby bump. While The Masked Singer host was looking away from the camera, his signature tattoos were visible.
According to PEOPLE, Scott previously shared a since-deleted maternity shot captioned with her unborn son's name, Zen S. Cannon.
Just last week, she noted that she is in "the final days" of her pregnancy with her second child.
"Blessings Sweety … God bless you & Nicks Baby .. 🙌🏼♥️," one fan has since commented on the post.
"You glow with mother hood 💐🥰," another said.
"Precious 👶🏻💌," a third fan wrote.
The Sun reported that Cannon and Scott were seen together at Nobu in Malibu, Calif., in October. She then announced her pregnancy in a since-deleted Instagram post in January.
This comes days after Cannon and Abby De La Rosa welcomed twin boys — Zion Mixolydian Cannon and Zillion Heir Cannon — on June 14.
"Your Dad & I will always be here for you both; in complete unison and support. No matter what this world may throw your way, know that forgiveness is key and what is for you — is for YOU!" De La Rosa captioned her pregnancy announcement in April. "You both are already so loved and we can’t wait to meet you both."
De La Rosa shared a sweet tribute of her own to the Love Don't Cost A Thing actor. "Happy Fathers Day!" she captioned a shot of what appeared to be Cannon holding their newborns on Instagram. "We are forever grateful for you."
The Nickelodeon alum previously welcomed daughter Powerful Queen in December with Brittany Bell. The former couple also share Golden, 4.
Cannon is also dad to ex-wife Mariah Carey's 10-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe.
"You're reminded that it's all about unconditional love and they've got to understand that to its core," he previously told PEOPLE of co-parenting with Carey. "Whenever we can show that — even if we're not together, [that] we love each other unconditionally — and become that fine example to our children, they'll grow up to be good human beings, hopefully."