Here’s Definitive Proof Nick Cannon Still Isn’t Over Mariah Carey (VIDEO)
Nick's newest rap collaboration is all the proof we need that he is still not over his ex-wife, despite filing for divorce from her back in 2014.
He even hired an MC lookalike to star in his new video!
Mariah and Nick have had a rocky relationship since their 2014 separation and 2016 divorce, but they've mostly kept things civil for their kids, 6-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe.
Plus, Nick has made it clear time and time again that the diva will always have a special place in his heart.
But despite both parties having moved on — him with Brittany Bell, her with backup dancer Bryan Tanaka — it seems like the 37-year-old can't get his former flame off his mind.
The rapper just released Ncredible Gang's newest music video for a song aptly titled "Dream Girl" featuring Jeremih, Ty Money, and Quavo from Migos.
And though the video — which Nick directed — features cute puppies as stand-ins for the humans, it's super obvious the female pup in the video is an ode to the "Rainbow" diva herself.
In fact, as TMZ reports, the entire Cannon crew has doggie doppelgangers in the video, and the song itself is undeniably about MC.
With lyrics like "ain't over my ex," and "paparazzi always ask me why I left her," that's pretty darn clear!
And yes, that is Mariah's voice you hear on the hook...
And though the 47-year-old still keeps in touch with her baby daddy, she's probably too busy to notice his romantic ode to her in the music video.
That's because the mom of two is performing a bevy of holiday-themed shows right now, certainly capitalizing on the never-ending success of her Christmas hit, "All I Want for Christmas Is You."
She had to cancel a few Christmas tour dates, but is luckily feeling better.
We're pretty sure the Wild n' Out host and the Grammy winner won't actually be reconciling anytime soon, but it's cute how much he still cares for her.
Ah, puppy love.
What do you think of Nick's new song and music video? Will he and Mariah ever make it work?