Friday, May 27, 2022

Haywood: Hey Ladies, Please Stop Popping Out Babies for a Paycheck – Childbirth Ain’t A Game, or A Come Up

Baby Mama
Baby Mama

*I’ll start by saying this – if you’re a single man with any hope of having a healthy relationship, it’s probably best that you don’t go searching for “wifey” on Instagram or at the club. And if you happen to get sexually involved with a Fashion Nova or IG “model,” you’re putting yourself at risk of being some random chicken head’s baby daddy.

In fact, she aint even gotta be all that cute to get you “caught up.” Let her throw some p*ssy your way and you might slip up and fertilize that hoe.

Then you’ll have to make that awkward phone call, asking her to get rid of the little bastard.

She’ll most likely say:

“Naw, Imma keep it. This my baby and it’s my decision.”

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Baby Mama Drama (YouTube)
Baby Mama Drama (YouTube)

Nine months later, she’ll pop out your bastard seed. As the baby grows, she’ll begin to post photos of it on social media, for comments and likes.

On weekends, she’ll leave the little bastard with her mama, while she galivants with her thirsty ass friends, looking for niggas to buy them drinks at the club, and of course, they’ll also be searching for more penis to bounce on.

In the midst of her fuckery, you’ll still have to pay child support. That’s right – a third of your minimum wage earnings will go to a woman you hate, and to that bastard child you rarely see.

You’ll have to call your boss at Home Depot and beg for a raise, or for more hours.

But you won’t get them.

I’m not describing this scenario based on my experiences. There aren’t children anywhere who can say they belong to me.

However, I know plenty of guys who regret ever hooking up the mother(s) of their kids.

(It’s a common sentiment among black men, but I’ll save that topic for another story).

Chief Keef's Baby Mamas - YouTube
Chief Keef’s Baby Mamas – YouTube

Fellas, if you ever find yourself in this position, don’t blame her, blame yourself for being an idiot. It’s becoming quite clear that women today do not take being mothers seriously.

For many of them, giving birth is just another way to secure a paycheck, or if her baby daddy isn’t a “baller,” she thinks having his child will keep him around.

Either way, it’s a sad state of affairs.

Back in the day, when our grandmothers were young, childbirth was viewed as a process associated with marriage and stability. Single mothers were ostracized, stigmatized and ridiculed.

It wasn’t fashionable or desirable for any woman during that era to raise children alone or give birth to a man’s children who wasn’t her husband.

But now, a mere 50 years later, women have no respect for themselves or their sexual organs.

It’s baffling to me that so many women today are willing to endure the hellacious experience of childbirth, just to get their bills paid by a “rich nigga.”

Others give birth, and they use their children as weapons to inflict pain and frustration on the fathers. They intentionally sabotage and corrupt opportunities for their children to cultivate relationships with the fathers. Some don’t even allow their baby daddies (plural) to see the children at all. It’s madness.

Future's Baby Mamas - via YouTube
Future’s Baby Mamas – via YouTube

Motherhood has become a f*cking game to these women, or a method they use to secure income and notoriety – even fame.

They’ve completely devalued the importance of molding and shaping young human beings. It’s the most important job in the world, and modern women are shitting all over it.

That’s what killing our communities – a lack of responsible mothers who take their jobs at home seriously. These whores treat their kids like accessories – dressing them up and showing them off like Prada bags for people to see on Tick Tock and Instagram.

Meanwhile, when it’s time for them to step up and handle their responsibilities as mothers, they depend on big mamma or the government for help. It’s pitiful.

When rapper Tupac in 1991 released “Brenda’s Got a Baby,” I’m assuming his intention was to shed light on how challenging it can be for a single woman to raise children alone.

Even then, despite the rampant promiscuity surging in hip hop, Tupac’s message to women was clear – don’t fuck up and get yourselves pregnant.

Drake - Getty
Drake – Getty

Today, it’s become so common for women to get pregnant out of wedlock, guys like Drake are having to pour hot sauce in the condoms they use to prevent their sexual partners from hijacking their sperm, and using it to conceive children.

Now the silly bitch is suing him for damages. Yup, she’s “angry” because he was smart enough to neutralize his own sperm – it’s pure foolishness. Her coochie probably still smells like Red Rooster.

She’s got Tapatio in her peehole.

In the past, if a woman had dreams of landing a “baller,” she would get dressed like a hooker, spray on a little perfume, hop in her Nissan Altima, and after drinking a couple glasses of Stella Rosa at her friend shay shay’s section 8 apartment, she and her clan of thirsty thot friends would spend the rest of the evening jumping from one club to another, hoping to attract a high-value man.

But those days are long gone. Now, the quickest way for these women to get their rent paid is by having a “rich nigga’s baby.”

That’s right – they’re either lying to men about how they’re on birth control, or they are shamelessly high jacking sperm from condoms and inseminating themselves.

This fuckery has to end now.

I’m not a saint, and I don’t mean to sound preachy or prudish. But if women don’t start being more responsible with their vaginas, we’re gonna have a world full of poorly-parented kids, who will grow up to be terrible adults.

So ladies, I need you to read this carefully:

STOP having babies!

Get a f*cking hobby. Better yet, get a clue.

Cory A. Haywood
Cory A. Haywood

Southern California-based  Cory A. Haywood is a freelance writer and expert on Negro foolishness. Contact him via: [email protected] and/or send him a message on Twitter: @coryahaywood. His controversial book, “Coon Flakes: Musings of an Uppity Negro,” is available for purchase on Amazon ($4.49), barnesandnoble.com, and books.apple.com.

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