Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey in 2012 with husband Nick Cannon and their son, Moroccan Scott. Reuters

Nick Cannon went on a Twitter rant Wednesday, denying claims of “trouble in paradise” regarding his marriage to Mariah Carey. Cannon said he loves Carey unconditionally, and will forever be indebted to her for having their twins, Moroccan and Monroe.

Last month, Cannon reportedly told The Insider, “There is trouble in paradise. We have been living in separate houses for a few months.” The couple sold their three-acre Bel Air, Los Angeles, property in July for $10 million after purchasing it together in 2009. “My main focus is my kids,” he allegedly added. But according to him, the report is false.

Over the past few months, it has looked like Cannon and Carey are heading for divorce six years after exchanging wedding vows. Carey reportedly was too jealous and even had assistants spy on Cannon to make sure he was not stepping out on the relationship, according to RadarOnline. "Nick’s phone would blow up from Mariah texting and calling, and he would turn it off. He was tremendously embarrassed by it," a source said. "Nick told friends that Mariah would get angry when he wouldn’t return calls, and sent assistants to see what he was doing."

Cannon quickly got fed up with the phone calls, the source claimed. “He was tired of having to answer to Mariah all the time. It was just sad to see, because Nick always used to brag about how amazing his wife was to everyone on the set,” the source said.