Nick Cannon wants to make one thing very clear: Despite recent reports, he hasn't spoken to anyone in the media about his alleged split from wife Mariah Carey.
In a series of tweets, Cannon countered claims to the contrary.
No matter what's currently going on between the "America's Got Talent" host and Carey, he explained that he still has strong feelings for the mother of "dem babies," aka their 3-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan.
Cannon said the "slander" that's circulated has affected the "lives, families and careers" of others and he apologized to anyone "who's gotten caught up in this unwarranted drama." He went on to blast everyone behind the recent reports.
Finally, he took aim at a particular report from "The Insider With Yahoo," which claimed he told them directly that there was "trouble in paradise." Cannon called that the "dumbest phrase I've ever heard!" and insisted, "I would never say that (expletive)."
On Thursday, TODAY.com reached out to a rep for "The Insider" about the quote in question, but we haven't heard back.
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