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The internet is buzzing that Nick Cannon impregnated Instagram model Abby de la Rosa — and she’s expecting twins.

If the rumor is true, Nick will soon be a father of six!

Abby, a DJ by trade, shared a snap of her growing belly on Instagram. She didn’t name the sperm donor but the internet is convinced Nick is the father.

A Valentine’s Day photo she shared featured gift balloons the same size and type as balloons Nick gifted Brittany and his current girlfriend, Lanisha Cole, according to theJasmineBrand.com.

The 40-year-old “Wild ‘N Out” host is already a father of 4, including twins Monroe and Moroccan, whom he shares with pop singer Mariah Carey.

He also has a 3-year-old son, Golden, and an infant daughter with his ex, Brittany Bell.

A friend of the blog who knows Nick personally says Nick is a devout Christian who doesn’t believe in abortions.

Allegedly, one of his favorite scriptures is Genesis 1:28.

And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.

 

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House Majority Whip James Clyburn said on MSNBC’sThe Sunday Show” that he plans to get the John Lewis Voting Rights Act on President Joe Biden’s desk by August.

Clyburn explained, “What we’re attempting to do now, we’ve renamed HR-4 in honor of John Lewis. We want to pass that bill. We’re doing exactly what the Supreme Court said we should do — update the formula.”

“In the next six months, as you did before, by August 6, we want to have on President Biden’s desk a new voting rights act in order — named after John Lewis — to restore the efficacy of the 1965 Voting Rights Act,” he added. “I think we can do it.”

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Burger King tried it when the corporation’s official Twitter page sent out this tweet at 4 a.m. Monday: “Women belong in the kitchen.”

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“If they want to, of course. Yet only 20% of chefs are women. We’re on a mission to change the gender ratio in the restaurant industry by empowering female employees with the opportunity to pursue a culinary career.”

The tweet was meant to coincide with Women’s month in America, but Burger King’s followers said the tweet was in poor taste and called for BK to delete it.

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“Why would we delete a tweet that’s drawing attention to a huge lack of female representation in our industry, we thought you’d be on board with this as well? We’ve launched a scholarship to help give more of our female employees the chance to pursue a culinary career.

“Our ‘thought process’ is that women are shockingly underrepresented in our industry, and we thought it was time we did something about it. We’ve created a scholarship to give more of our female employees the chance to pursue a culinary career.”

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