LaNisha Cole Shades Nick Cannon for ‘Fake’ Photos With Moms, Kids

Sending a message? LaNisha Cole seemingly threw shade at Nick Cannon after followers questioned why she hasn’t been featured on the Drumline star’s social media currently. 

“There’s no want to say me or ship something to my dms. It has nothing to do with me… and no must be messy. It’s all love over this manner 🙏🏾 Comfortable holidays to you and your loved ones! ❤️❤️❤️❤️,” Cole, 40, wrote by way of her Instagram Tales on Sunday, December 18. “It’s not straightforward however I’ve to do it for my daughter. She is extremely blessed and is surrounded by a lot love – and it’s not pretend IG picture op love – it’s actual day in and day trip love.”

The photographer — who shares 3-month-old daughter Onyx with the 42-year-old rapper — didn’t specify that the fake snaps in query had been about Cannon, however added that it’s “essential for me to maintain issues constructive and preserve my peace within the midst of all of it.” 

The next day, Cole took her toddler a visit to see Santa to get within the Christmas spirit alongside her good friend Brian Paul Kuba. 

“He’s been nice with us this complete time. So caring and supportive,” the California native captioned a photograph by way of her Instagram Story of the artist holding Onyx. She seemingly continued to reward Kuba’s presence in a second submit, writing, “He’s been there each single day because the starting. Good days and onerous days plus all the things in between.” 

Cole’s remarks come just some days after Abby De La Rosa, who shares twins Zion and Zillion, 12-months, and Stunning Zeppelin, 1 month, included the Wild N’ Out cohost in a number of vacation pictures. 

“Christmas ‘22 🎄,” she wrote alongside an image of herself and Cannon wearing inexperienced and holding their three youngsters. De La Rosa, 32, later shared that household snaps had been taken lower than two weeks after she gave start to their toddler.  

“I didn’t need to submit all out of pure insecurity with my physique,” she wrote by way of her Instagram Story on the time. “I’m unhappy that I haven’t had grace for myself and permit that to get in the way in which of sharing my household with you all. I had 3 youngsters in 23 months. I’m engaged on being extra happy with my physique reasonably than ashamed.”

Bre Tiesi, who welcomed son Legendary with the Masked Singer host in June, additionally gave the daddy of 11 a shout-out on Monday, December 19, after a fan messaged her to say that they liked how Cannon “exhibits up for his youngsters.”

“THIS! Nick at all times exhibits up!” she replied by way of her Instagram Story. “All the time current, completely satisfied, constant, loving mum or dad a fair higher particular person! We love you!” 

Along with his kids with Tiesi, 31, De La Rosa and Cole, Cannon shares twins Monroe and Moroccan, 11, with ex-wife Mariah Carey, and 5-year-old Golden, 20-month-old Highly effective and 2-month-old Rise Messiah with Brittany Bell. He and Alyssa Scott additionally shared son Zen, who tragically died at 5 months outdated after battling mind most cancers in December 2021. The twosome introduced in November they’re anticipating child No. 2 in November. 

Throughout an episode of The Checkup With Dr. David Agus earlier this month, Cannon opened up concerning the challenges of fatherhood and feeling unfold too skinny. 

“Being a father of a number of youngsters, it’s at all times the most important guilt on me that I don’t get to spend sufficient time with all my kids, one ’trigger I’m always working and two as a result of I’m simply unfold skinny,” he defined. 

The All That alum additionally obtained candid about dropping Zen to most cancers and the way he and Scott, 29, discovered that their toddler was battling the illness.

“And so you could possibly think about you assume you’re taking your son in to get a checkup for — on the worst, I used to be pondering bronchial asthma, you realize? And to know that he will get recognized with mind most cancers, that was a shock,” he shared, including that Zen had been recognized with high-grade glioma, a uncommon and aggressive type of mind most cancers, and he and Scott had been introduced with the choice of chemotherapy as a course of therapy.

Cannon defined that the duo wished their son to have the “highest quality of life” and finally determined in opposition to a chemo therapy as a result of he “would have by no means gone house.” 

“Fortunately, we did all the things from the dawn, going to the seaside, the sundown, stated some lovely prayers as a household, and actually got here collectively as a household in a really lovely approach,” he stated about his son’s ultimate days. “I’m grateful for that, however it was undoubtedly robust. To see your youngster there, struggling at a degree and watching issues shut down, it was fairly intense.”