De Le Rosa, who already shares twins Zion and Zillion with the star, took to her Instagram Stories to share a horoscope-inspired meme that confirmed Cannon, a libra, is the father of her unborn child.
It’s reported she reposted a meme, reading: “1 night with a libra can turn into 3-4 years. be careful”.
Commenting under the post, she wrote: “Dead! lol 1 night turned into 4 years and 3 kids real quick. I see no lies here smh. y’all be safe out there” (sic).
In June, De La Rosa announced she was expecting another child on social media and posted on her Instagram: “IM PREGNANT.”
Three months on from her pregnancy announcement, it was revealed that the Masked Singer US host had bought a new house for them and their children.
De La Rosa shared her excitement over their new abode in September and marked the milestone with a sweet video of her little ones running around their new house.
She wrote alongside the video: “Here’s to beautiful new beginnings. I’m so grateful – Thank you Dad – Zion & Zillion” before thanking her mother, Lupe Pinon, for helping to facilitate the move.
In the comments, Cannon said it was the “least I could do” as he celebrated their “new beginnings” together.
He wrote: “You are more than welcome!! It’s the least I can do. Thank you for the unconditional love and the most precious gifts any human can ask for!! BEAUTIFUL New Beginnings!”
Also in September, Cannon confirmed that he had become a dad for the ninth time after model LaNisha Cole gave birth to a baby girl.
Wild ’N Out star, 41, took to Instagram at the time to share his happy news by posting a picture of him with Cole and their new arrival, who he revealed they have named Onyx Ice Cole Cannon.
The stork isn’t done with Cannon yet, who also announced that he is also expecting a child with Brittany Bell, with whom he already shares two children - Golden Sagon, five, and one-year-old daughter Powerful Queen.
The celebrity also shares twins Moroccan and Monroe, 11, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, and son Legendary Love with Bre Tiesi. Cannon’s son with Alyssa Scott, Zen, died at five months old in December 2021 after being diagnosed with brain cancer.