Recently on Facebook, I came across a very interesting statement that had several people commenting on, including myself and K. “I think it’s extremely rude to ask someone if all their kids have the same father,” was stated on the status.
I believe that statement is true and false for several reasons, one being if I meet a guy and we exchange numbers, I believe I have that right to ask him if he mentions that he has children. I don’t want any surprises and/or unexpected drama when I least expect it. I should be given the right to decide if I want to deal with other women as far as the mothers of his children. Don’t nobody want to deal with any baby mama drama from one woman, imagine it being with two or three women. Oh no no no…not over here! And don’t get me wrong there’s a few women and men who aren’t together but have children together and get along well and some even get along great but it’s pretty safe to say that dealing with a man with several women it’s almost a proven study, (I say almost because I didn’t look it up) that at least one baby mama (mother of the child) is bitter and making the guy’s life a living hell because she wants to be with him again. Am I right? Of course I am and the same thing goes for women with several baby-daddies. It’s almost a proven study that at least one will be trying to get back with the mother because he want his “family” back. I done heard it all without even having a child.
Back to the initial statement, reason that I feel it’s true is because you have a lot of people that’s pure nosey and it’s sad to say but we really do live in a society of a lot of rude people who don’t care what they say. I don’t believe in asking someone you don’t even know if all their kids have the same father especially if that person is not doing anything to benefit you or your kids. More than likely that person who’s asking you if your kids have the same father are only asking so they can start broadcasting your business to others who probably don’t even know you either. I definitely agreed with K’s statement “It’s incredibly rude, presumptuous, ignorant, & unnecessary. Don’t ask ppl, things like that. If they wanna share that information that’s fine, but you don’t ask somebody about something that personal. In any situation. The only possible reasons somebody would ask that is to be nosey and/or judgmental.” That’s absolutely true, just keep your two cents to yourself and as long as that person is doing what they have to do to take care of all their kids and not asking you personally for anything, you definitely shouldn’t have anything to say. #TalkIsh
Here’s some throwback Fantasia “Baby Mama”:
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