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Dad’s got dance moves!
Nick Cannon attempted to make a TikTok video with his and Mariah Carey’s twins, Moroccan and Monroe, but admitted the results were “very chaotic.”
The 11-year-olds grooved to a remix of Chris Brown’s “Run It” in the recent upload, while the actor followed their moves in a black jacket and matching pants.
“Dad never keeps up with TikToks,” Cannon, 42, wrote over the footage.
The “All That” alum also posted a “blooper” of himself accidentally knocking over Monroe, causing her to fall onto her brother.
Cannon co-parents the preteens with Carey, from whom he finalized his divorce in 2016.
Making this was very chaotic! 🤷🏾♂️ #coryxkenshin @#nickcannon #dance #kids #fun #fyp
After their split, the “Masked Singer” host went on to welcome 10 other children with five different women.
Cannon shares three kids with model Brittany Bell — son Golden, 5, daughter Powerful, 2, and son Rise, 4 months — as well as twin sons Zion and Zillion, 1, and daughter Beautiful, 2 months, with DJ Abby De La Rosa.
Before the “Wild ‘N Out” host’s brood became so big, Carey, 52, told “Entertainment Tonight” that amicably raising kids with her former spouse was “not hard” to do.
“He’s a good guy,” the singer gushed in 2017. “Now we can laugh, and joke, and do the good parts of when we had a relationship.”
While Carey has not given another update on their co-parenting dynamic in recent years, Cannon called the Grammy-winning diva a “really great friend” during a February 2022 “Language of Love” podcast interview.
“That’s my family,” he said of Carey, who has been dating dancer Bryan Tanaka since 2016.
As for the “phenomenal” mothers of his other children, the “Drumline” star said, “Some of the women I’m involved with deal with it better than others. … I think they’re all confident and secure in themselves.”
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