Is Stevie Wonder preparing to add three bundles of joy to his larger than life brood?
Those are the latest rumors making the Internet rounds after Page Six reported that the "Superstition" singer is expecting triplets with his current girlfriend Tomeeka Robyn Bracy, bringing his offspring count to 11.
Wonder appeared on The View on Wednesday, where he was asked about the recent speculation, and after laughing off the report, he opted to set the record straight.
"Whoopi, it's so hard for me these days. That's why I'm going on the road. I've got how many—22 kids?" the singer joked with a smile while seated at the piano. "But actually it's not true."
The 64-year-old soul singer has eight children with five different women. His children range in age from 12 months to 39 years.
And while Wonder may have debunked the triplet reports, the musician is preparing to grow his family.
"The truth is we're going to have a wonderful daughter in December...And like I said in the song "Superstition," 'When you believe in things you don't understand, you suffer,'" he sang with a smile before adding, "So, you know, that's a bunch of a bull."
Prior to his relationship with Bracy, with whom he already has one child, Wonder was married to fashion designer Kai Millard Morris. The two filed for divorce in Aug. 2012 after two children and 11 years of marriage.
He was also previously married to Motown singer Syreeta Wright from 1970 to 1972 and has fathered children with exes Yolanda Simmons and Melody McCulley.
Wonder is said to be amicable with his former flames after parting ways.
Congrats to the expectant couple!