Good Grief … This is What TV Has Come To … “All My Baby’s Mamas” Starring Rapper Shawty Lo and Ten of His Baby’s Mamas
NOW THIS DESERVES AN APOLOGY AND AN IMMEDIATE CANCELLATION!!!
WTF … Suddenly the reality show Honey Boo Boo is looking like Emmy Award winning TV ... So this is what passes as TV today, is there any wonder why there is such an issue in minority communities with families without fathers. Oprah’s Oxygen channel actually wants to air the following reality TV show … ‘All My Baby’s Mamas’. UNREAL!!! How responsible of you Oprah. The poor excuse for a TV show is supposed to air this Spring and stars rapper Shardy Low and the ten women who had eleven of his babies. Yup, that’s the premise that Oprah and the O2 channel wants to glorify and exploit for money.
A new low in TV, this might actually be beneath low. What are these people thinking? Who finds this entertaining? Sorry, but this is not something to be glorified, it is an epidemic with black America. But no, the Oxygen channel looks to exploit a blight in the American-American community of “Baby Daddies” and “Babby Mamas” Who cares whether rapper Shardy Low is providing for all of his baby mamas and their out of wedlock kids, 99% of those minorities are not!
Critics say reality television has hit a new low. And that’s saying something.
The cable TV channel Oxygen is developing a one-hour special called, “All My Babies’ Mamas,” which follows the life of Carlos Walker, a.k.a. rapper Shawty Lo, his 11 children and their 10 mothers in Atlanta.
A 13-minute “sizzle” reel is making the rounds online. When Sabrina Lamb saw the preview of the show, she said her blood curdled.
“I was horrified, it was as if someone slapped me across the face,” Lamb told Here & Now’s Robin Young.
Below is the release by the Oxygen Medial as to what they look to exploit with this ridiculous piece of garbage programming. Is this how far our country has fallen?
“Oxygen will give fans an intimate look at unconventional families with larger than life personalities and real emotional stakes,” says Cori Abraham, Senior Vice President of Development, Oxygen Media. “’All My Babies’ Mamas’ will be filled with outrageous and authentic over-the-top moments that our young, diverse female audience can tweet and gossip about.”
Check out the victimization of Rapper Shawty Lo … he didn’t ask for 11 children with 10 different woman it just happened. Way to go Oxygen, glorifying an admitted drug dealer and his alley cat morals.
“You can hate all you want to, I didn’t ask for it. It just happened. Now that it happened, I’m supposed to turn my back against it?” Shawty Lo told MTV News about his 11 children and untraditional family structure. “If I wasn’t taking care of my kids then you would really dog me out, but I’m taking care of my kids, providing for my family. I don’t know what else to say.”
Growing up, the ATL trap rapper faced many hardships. His mother was hooked on drugs, his dad wasn’t around and his grandmother who raised him died from cancer by the time he turned 17. Having to fend for himself, Shawty Lo turned to the streets to make ends meet.
“I came to be one of the largest drug dealers to come from Atlanta, Bankhead area and I started havin’ kids. When the money came, a lot of women came,” he said, estimating he was a millionaire by the time he turned 21. “Once you feel like a girl was your girlfriend or whatever, the rubber probably came off,” he said candidly. “They wouldn’t have an abortion. They used to take the money and run with it, and they’d have a baby by the most popular guy in the street, and that’s how I had all them kids.”
EXIT QUESTION … WHAT HAPPENED TO MY COUNTRY?
Posted January 9, 2013 by Scared Monkeys
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Rap is the earliest form of human music, a form of chanting to about six different rhythms,that appeared about 40,000 years ago. Those were primitive times with no value system.
Current rap is a throwback to those times with all the ugly words of modern times. These people represent and support the most backward and ugly concepts of human existance.
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