Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Lil' Wayne Served With Paternity Papers


While serving time for his weapons charge, Lil Wayne was served by a Missouri woman who claims her 8 year old grandchild is the child of Lil' Wayne. According to TMZ, Lil Wayne has to get tested by December 9th. Most of the time I am a little skeptical about paternity claims, but in this case since Wayne has not usually chosen to wear a party hat while having sex, I am guessing the 8 year old has a good chance of finding out that Lil' Wayne is the father.

21 comments:

The Tempestuous MB said...

This guy makes me sick.

MontanaMarriott said...

and why any woman would allow this walking STD to dump inside them is beyond me.

BigMama said...

at this point, he is going to need his own lab specialist on retainer along with a lawyer

MommaSaid said...

Ugh..good grief. He has enough kids with various women as it is..gross.

mikey said...

Why wait until the kid is eight to find out? This always confuses me. They had no idea who the dad was until now?

mikey said...

And why is grandma coming forward?

A. Bedelia said...

Mom probably dumped the kid on her mother and the grandmother is finding it hard to support this new, unexpected addition to her family. If she truly believes Lil' Wayne is the father I don't think there is anything wrong with her requesting that he help raise the child.

Lauren said...

The denegration of the American society, right in front of our eyes!

jess said...

@mikey I also think about that when these kind of stories come up, why now? need the money? not as proud as before? -sorry if it sounds harsh, but 8 years?-

And this guy is gross, who knows how many women out there shared a one-nighter unprotected with him. ugh.

RocketQueen said...

@mikey - I'm guessing because they don't really know who the father is, but if anyone were to guess, Lil Wayne's always a possibility :)

But in all honesty, sometimes the mother simply doesn't want to have anything to do with the father, including receiving funds. Then they hit hard times and things change.

.robert said...

I might rather live in poverty than discover Lil' Wayne was my father.

Anonymous said...

This guy is gross. Why would any woman even consider going to bed with him???

Merlin D. Bear said...

This may yet turn out to be one of the most entertaining days I've ever spent in front of my computer.

Re Lil Wayne - he's a byproduct of both a cultural and educational bias against birth control.
Culturally, it makes him "less of a man" to use a "party hat" (ty enty for that one) - and of course, virility in reproduction is still a basic human trait...no matter what, the more genetic copies of ourselves we see the better we perceive our chance of survival as both a person and as a species.
However here's where education fails us... we're too damn Puritanical about sex, so it's never discussed as completely as it needs to be.
And woe unto anyone who tries to educate adequately about sex. They're immediately thrown to the proverbial wolves.
But that's another soapbox. Back to the original and my apologies for the digression.
Mr Man needs to man up and pay for his progeny. Period.
If you're man enough to have a child, you have to be man enough to support that child.

And I now return control of the blog to you.

M said...

Merlin, very well put! And to back up your mention about sex never getting discussed as it needs to be, especially here in the States, I offer this excellent slideshow from Slate that is worth going through whether your kids are still young (like mine) or you have tweens, preteens or teenagers. Attitude and open dialogue are so important, especially on this subject.

I encourage everyone to check it out.

http://www.slate.com/id/2272631/slideshow/2272617/

Pookie said...

throw maury into this mix and we're golden!

Karmen said...

Merlin - Very well said.

So if he's clearly having unprotected sex to get that many women pregnant, how many STDs do you think this fool as gotten? Ick nast.

memyselfandi said...

When I hear these stories I can't help but think of the opening segment to the movie "Idiocracy."

MadLyb said...
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MadLyb said...

What is this? Child #28? I've lost track...

memyselfandi - the first thing that popped into my head upon reading this was, 'Idiocracy', it's a bloody documentary. Except I think it went a little light.

Why is it the very people that shouldn't be procreating are reproducing like bunnies? It makes me want to weep!

MadLyb said...

Think about the women, though. If you were from abject poverty, and you had the chance to get with a rapper or someone famous, would you use protection? Just sayin'

Merlin D. Bear said...

@MadLyb
Abject poverty is a stereotype ... it's everywhere.
For example, Jude Law.

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