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Nick Cannon's baby mama Bre Tiesi shows off bump in tight leopard dress & boasts she 'doesn't give a f***k' about drama

NICK Cannon's fifth baby mama Bri Tiesi showed off her growing baby bump in a skintight leopard-print dress.

Bre, 30, looked glamourous in the striped animal print midi dress which she teamed with a pair of caramel coloured heels.



She joined some of her closest pals at a swanky restaurant on Thursday evening, as they celebrated the star being pregnant.

The group indulged in sushi served on a wooden boat tray and other rich looking desserts.

The pregnant star kept her sleek dark tresses straight loose over her shoulders and rocked a neutral makeup palette.

She posed up a storm in a new clip where she candidly looked away from the camera and flicked her hair.

Bre then gave her fans a glimpse of her baby bump as she proudly cradled her stomach.

Beaming and laughing in the clips, Bre looked happier than ever after she boasted earlier that day that she "doesn't give a f*** about drama".

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She shared a quote on her Instagram Story which read: "I really dgaf about what ppl think about me, wtf you thinking about me anyways."

Earlier this week, Bre and Nick appeared in a sweet video as he cuddled and kissed her.

It comes after Nick's ex Alyssa Scott- whose baby son with Nick, Zen, died last month – talked about how "painful" it was that her child was being brought up again because of Nick's new baby.

Amid Alyssa's heartache, Bre shared a video of the gender reveal party she and Nick had for their baby son.

In the clip, Nick – who is the father of six children with four different women – walked up to Bre, kissed the model on the lips and cuddled her.

They then faced the camera, beaming as they cradled Bre's stomach against the backdrop of the lavish white party.

The model, 30, captioned the video: "My son. Been keeping you safe in my belly from this world as long as I could.. you are surrounded by so much love. Mommy and daddy can’t wait to meet you."

She also posted a video on her Instagram Stories of her baby's heartbeat, listening to it while lying in bed through a fetal heart monitor.

Bre wrote alongside the clip: "Most BEAUTIFUL sound."

On Monday night, Alyssa described "how painful" it is to have Zen be "a part of conversations that aren't in alignment with his light legacy."

ALYSSA'S DIG

"It isn't something I chose for him or myself. I am centered. I am at peace," she wrote.

The Wild 'N Out model claimed that she and Nick, 41, knew "Zen's time on this earth would be limited. We knew he would not make it to see six months."

She continued: "I am eternally grateful he was in the arms of the people who loved him most.

"I know we were fully present and with him in these moments. We got you down here baby boy."

The Drumline actor and Alyssa welcomed their first child together in June 2021.

In December, Nick announced his 5-month-old son Zen had died from a brain tumor. 

ANOTHER BABY

During an episode of his talk show, Nick revealed he is expecting his eighth child with model Bre.

He said: "So even going through all of that, this was always in the back of my mind, like, 'What is the right time? How do I share this?'

"No one, we didn't expect Zen to pass away…All of the news was so unexpected."

The comedian claimed he wanted to "respect the grieving process with Alyssa, and Bre was respectful enough — She held off making our announcements and speaking on social media."

"She's a very, you know, in the public eye type of person, but keeps her stuff private as well."

Nick added: "And it was just one of those things like, you know, I didn't know what to do. I didn't know what to say when I was dealing with Zen or to hold off.

"Even right now, that it came out yesterday, that wasn't planned to talk about it. We wanted to, you know, hold on as long as we can, but it happened."


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