Nick Cannon has revealed that Kevin Hart's gifted him a vending machine filled with condoms following the news that he is currently expecting his eighth child.
The pair - who have been close friends for years - have an ongoing prank war that sees them take turns in roasting each other on social media.
And it seems as though Hart didn't hold back, sending over an entire vending machine containing brim condoms.Check out Kevin Hart's hilarious prank right here:
Although he managed to see the funny side of it, Cannon revealed that his children's mothers - of which there are five - didn't find the prank at all humorous.
While he called the prank "brilliant" due to "the mystery of" the giver initially, Cannon admitted: "I had up some baby mama drama, 'Who sent you that? Who sent you that?'"
"So I did have to do some real-life stuff, and then when [Kevin] came out and said it was him, everybody relaxed," Cannon added.
Meanwhile, Hart, 42, told ET: "It's about complicating a person's day: How do I make your day difficult? That's a beautiful prank."[[imagecaption|| Credit: Sipa US / Alamy]]
Hart confessed to the prank on Monday in an Instagram post featuring the same photo Cannon shared earlier after receiving the gift.
"I see u got my gift @nickcannon ….GOTCHA B****!!!!!!…. Now u don't have an excuse because the condoms are free #PrankWars," the comedian wrote alongside the image.
In the comment section, Cannon replied: "This is not a laughing matter Kevin!!!!"
Before Hart came clean, Cannon seemed unaware of who sent him the condom vending machine when he first shared the gift on Instagram.[[imagecaption|| Credit: UPI / Alamy]]
"Looks like somebody just sent me an early Valentine's Day gift!! Vending Machine full of Magnums," he captioned the shot of himself pointing at the device, which came complete with a red bow on top.
Last week, Cannon confirmed that he and model Bre Tiesi are expecting a baby boy together, less than two months after he and Alyssa Scott lost their son Zen, who died in December from brain cancer.
Later that week he apologized for "failing" to "protect and respect" the five mothers of his eight children's privacy when confirming the news that he was expecting his eighth child.
In addition to his late son Zen, the actor is already dad to 10-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe, whom he shares with ex-wife Mariah Carey; 4-year-old Golden Sagon and 1-year-old Powerful Queen, whom he shares with Brittany Bell; and 7-month-old twins, Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir, whom he shares with Abby De La Rosa.