The 34-year-old actor and "America's Got Talent" host took to Twitter on Monday to deny rumors the record includes negative lyrics about the 44-year-old singer. The couple have been separated for months, but Cannon asserted he and Carey remain a family.
"I will never say anything negative about @MariahCarey," he wrote. "We are forever a family rooted in love. I am always an open book but Personal matters are just that 'Personal.' So please respect my family and respect the process."
Cannon and Carey met on the set of the singer's music video for "Bye Bye," and married six weeks later in April 2008. The couple are parents to three-year-old fraternal twins: daughter Monroe and son Moroccan.
Cannon has repeatedly stressed his dedication to his family since news of the separation broke in August. He declared he will always love Carey in September, but did have a large tattoo of her first name covered up.
Cannon released his second studio album, "White People Party Music," in April, and is expected to debut a new record in 2015. Carey last released her 14th studio album, "Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse," in May.
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