Nick Cannon said he paid Bre Tiesi "lambo support" in an Instagram story posted Saturday.
Tiesi, who shares a son with Cannon, gifted him a black Lamborghini and reposted his story.
Tiesi said that Cannon didn't have to pay child support because he had more than 10 children.
Nick Cannon and Bre Tiesi clapped back at critics after Tiesi said that Cannon wasn't obligated to pay child support on a recent episode of "Selling Sunset."
The "Wild 'n Out" creator and host shared that he instead paid Tiesi "lambo support" in an Instagram story posted Saturday. Cannon included a photo of Tiesi posing alongside a black Lamborghini he gave her as a birthday gift earlier this month.
The father of 12 wrote, "Nope! The Government don't have to tell us to pay Child Support… WE PAY LAMBO SUPPORT!!"
"Congratulations Boss Lady!!" "You're killing it!!" he wrote on his Instagram story. "My Money is Their Money," Cannon added. "Just accept it, We different over here!! LOL."
Tiesi reposted Cannon's story and wrote, "Tell 'em Daddy," along with a tea and heart emoji.
Tiesi, a model and real-estate agent, shares a 10-month-old son named Legendary Love with Cannon. The infant was born in June 2022 and is Cannon's eighth child.
The child-support conversation was sparked by a comment Tiesi made on season six of Netflix's hit show "Selling Sunset."
"The way it works is like, after 10, the court can basically say he can't afford to pay child support," Tiesi told her costar, Amanza Smith, in episode seven of the latest season "Or, because he is who he is, they could say, 'We know you can afford X amount…' for each household."
"I take care of myself. And if my son needs something, or we need something, I can ask. That's all I have to do. I know he's a good dad and, like, Nick is not my sugar daddy," Tiesi said.
On Friday, in an email comment to Insider, Tiesi's lawyer, Neama Rahmani, refuted Tiesi's statement about Cannon not having to pay child support.
"California law does not place any cap on child support based on the number of children one has," Rahmani said. "A parent is obligated to pay child support whether the parent has one child or twelve."
The child-support comment isn't the only statement by Tiesi that got attention from "Selling Sunset" fans this season. In season six's third episode, Tiesi told her castmates that Cannon had "super sperm" because Legendary Love was "brilliant."
In the same episode, she described her relationship with Cannon relationship as "open."
"I'm not a monogamy kind of person," she added. "Everything I've ever seen is divorce, and people are unhappy, and it ends badly, and the kids suffer."
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