Nick Cannon's fourth baby mama Alyssa Scott shows their son Zen's face for the first time weeks after giving birth

Nick Cannon's fourth baby mama Alyssa Scott shows their son Zen's face for the first time weeks after giving birth

NICK Cannon's fourth baby mama Alyssa Scott showed their son Zen's face for the first time.

The adorable clip comes just weeks after she gave birth to the star's seventh child.


Alyssa took to her Instagram Stories to post the short video, which shows Zen in the middle of a photo shoot, as the little one is wide-awake and looking curious.

The mom of one simply included a heart eyes emoji over the clip.

Earlier this month, Alyssa revealed she had given birth, as she shared three photos, two of which showed her holding her newborn.

She captioned it: "I will love you for eternity – 6•23•21."

ALYSSA OPENS UP

Since welcoming her first child, Alyssa has been quite open on social media, as not only has she been showing various photos of her post-baby body, but she has also been sharing cryptic posts.

In a recent video on Instagram, Alyssa is seen bending over to pick up her phone from a photoshoot with lyrics from H.E.R's song Cheat Code playing over it.

The lyrics speak about being awake at 2am and being "all alone."

NICK AND HIS KIDS

The Masked Singer host, 40, previously welcomed twins Zion and Zillion with ex-girlfriend Abby De La Rosa – the former couple posed recently together for the first time with their kids in a sweet photoshoot.

Aside from those three, the TV star also has kids Monroe and Moroccan Scott, nine, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, as well as son Golden, four, and daughter Powerful Queen, with Brittany Bell.

However, more children may be in Nick's future, as the star once said he is aiming to have as many kids as possible.

He exclusively told The Sun: "I believe children are blessings. And I teach my son, 'Make as much money as you can, and have as many children as you can.'"

The Drumline actor also previously made it clear that every child he has welcomed has been no accident.

During an interview on his Power 106 Los Angeles radio show, Nick explained: "I'm having these kids on purpose. I don't have no accident!

"Trust me, there's a lot of people I could've gotten pregnant that I didn't.

"The ones that got pregnant are the ones that were supposed to get pregnant… You only live once."



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