In the clip, Hampton — who was married to Mitchell from 1999 to 2005 — alleged that she once came home to the Drumline actor "wearing my full cheerleading uniform" and doing routines on the bed to "cheer up" Mitchell allegedly "because he cheated on me."
"You can definitely be blinded by love," she added.
Cannon responded to the claims in a sarcastic comment under a BallerAlert post, laughing off the hearsay while setting the record straight.
"Yep!! Probably had the big ear of corn, a bunch of orange soda and a couple of kids choice awards up our a-- too!" he replied, making reference to sketches on Kenan & Kel, adding crying laughing emojis.
The now-exes have been known for their post-split drama. Hampton and Mitchell share two adult children, Lyric and Allure.
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In 2021, she accused Mitchell of owing her more than $1 million in back child support, which he denied.
Mitchell took to Instagram and said her claims were baseless. "Lying lips are an abomination to the Lord, but those who act faithfully are his delight. (Proverbs 12:22)," he posted at the time.
In a bombshell court filing, he told the court, "Tyisha has done everything in her power to drag me through her path of destruction."
"I was forced to start over and made an active effort to get my life and affairs in order. I focused on rebuilding my relationships and my career," Mitchell further alleged.
Mitchell said he's made countless efforts to remain amicable, to no avail.
"I've still had to spend all these years, and thousands of dollars, to defend myself against her actions. Tyisha has painted me as a deadbeat father, not only to this courtroom, but to the community, and my entire public platform," he argued, stating this couldn't be farther from the truth.