Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon
Nick Cannon said he still loves his wife Mariah Carey on twitterGetty

Ever since Nick Cannon confirmed that he and Mariah Carey had been living apart, internet is abuzz with reports on the state of their marriage.

"There is trouble in paradise," the America's Got Talent host revealed to The Insider With Yahoo last month.

However, Cannon took to his Twitter account on Wednesday, posting a 19-tweet rant to rubbish all "false reports" and "slander" about their divorce in the media.

Nick started his series of tweets by blaming the paparazzi for invading their privacy.

He tweeted:

Cannon went on to explain that he was misquoted by the media, and that he never made any statement regarding their split.

Various media websites have posted stories regarding the split and some claim that the reality star Kim Kardashian is the reason behind their marriage breakdown. While Nick didn't confirm or deny those reports, he did make it clear that he is still very much in love with his wife of six years.

He said: "At this difficult time, I would ask all civilised people to please respect my family and this process."

Nick added that he didn't care what the media writes about him, as long as Mariah wasn't slandered.

"If the media wants to portray me as the Bad guy that's fine.. But it is unfair to drag innocent people into the equation..." he wrote. "Others have lives, families, and careers and for the media to slander them is downright evil and illegal...," he added.

He continued to tweet, calling out the "sources" close to him and Mariah, who have been feeding the media false stories.

"Don't worry about my life, worry about why you're worried about my life!" he tweeted, before finally addressing that 'Trouble in Paradise' quote.

While Nick publicly addressed his side of the story, Mariah is yet to respond to any of his tweets.