Break out the champagne!

Terrence Howard recently became a dad for the fifth time when his wife, model turned restauranteur Mira Pak, gave birth to a baby boy earlier this week.

The couple, who wed in 2013 and divorced later that year before getting back together, have named their new son Hero -- and he's already made his social media debut alongside his big brother Qirin Love, who arrived in May of 2015, according to E! News.

"Hero being held by Qirin," the actor captioned a sweet pic of the new siblings on Twitter.

Terrence also has two daughters and a son from a previous relationship as well as two grandchildren.

The 47-year-old "Empire" star could use some happy news this month, too. He's currently being sued by his former management team, Authentic Management and Literary Talent, for allegedly shorting them by "hundreds of thousands" of dollars in commissions tied to his seven-year contract on the hit show. The company also claims it helped Terrence avoid getting canned by Fox, although it's unclear why the network may have considered firing its star.

According to the New York Post, the lawsuit states Terrence "expressly acknowledged his contractual obligation . . . to pay [the firm] 10 percent of all gross revenue he received from any entertainment industry employment he obtained."

The lawsuit continues: "In addition to defending Howard and providing professional, personal, and other advice and career guidance to him, along with Howard's talent agents at the preeminent talent agency CAA, Plaintiff was an integral part of many discussions with Howard that led to his acceptance of the starring role of 'Lucious Lyon' on EMPIRE that had previously been procured for him by CAA."

Terrence has yet to comment publicly on the suit.