Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union

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"This B list actress likes to pretend this break baby doesn’t exist, but her athlete husband is still hooking up with the mother of the baby."

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  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Well ...... Wade looking older up yonder too ... dude looks at least 39 - 40 chile

  • Full Monty

    Whoa no not Mary Jane Paul! I hate to say it cause I love her as an actress but its called KARMA boo boo!

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    No really??!! Listen as long as her legs swing open for him..he gone hit..MEANWHILE...

    I just made some coffee so strong and black..err time i sip i start hummin a negro spiritual...

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Where the lip quiver emote at ....

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    All I can do is just give my Cam look... But no shock here.

  • Just Keya

    Not for nothing, but we can all see she is ignoring the hell out of this kid. They leave the baby out of family photos and everything. And really I blame him. Because not one soul in heaven is going to separate me from my child. You don't want to accept this kid, then poof be gone. It's not like you had no idea the kid was here. smh. If this is true, she gets ZERO respect from me. Now THAT would be a sorry ass woman.

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    at all

  • Tracy Taylor

    Not the negro spiritual ??.....yes that good strong coffee right there!!!

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Chile I can't stomach Geneva azz

  • Let Your Soul Glow

    I read a CDAN blind a couple of years ago that he revealed a few months later that said Gabby was making fun of Dwayne's first wife's mental issues to anybody who would listen. She was so out of pocket, he had to check her about it. So reading this, eh... no sympathy.

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    That sounds like the kind of coffee that will give you the runs.

  • SummerBaby

    I personally think Gabby is embarrassed & don't want to speak publicly about the kid. Now that baby mama I think is the one that's messy as hell. Since she's not a celeb people tend to over look her, but I know her kind.

  • SpillyNillie

    Women kill me with this bs...you taking it out on the most innocent, unwilling (baby didn't ask to be here) individual in the entire situation- THE BABY. But yet you keke'n all in the face of the person who made the break baby; you damn nut! Where does her logic come from??

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    I'd be reluctant too. Accepting the child has to be a process and it's not immediate.

  • SpillyNillie

    Damn you! You just made me LOL in front of massa!!

  • SummerBaby

    I heard that too! I can see it.

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    If the baby momma wants to still fawk him, she can but as we can see he still ain't gonna claim her. You haven't won nothing but a nut fawking a man that ain't claiming you.

  • Just Keya

    What logic? It's a shame. A real shame. And for him to allow it? nope. Not cool. You wanted to marry his cheating ass anyway, so why treat this baby like that? Not cool at all.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    but her athlete husband is still hooking up with the mother of the baby.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    WHALE GOOD! *bams desk like a care*

  • 1/8

    Gabby is the survivor of a brutal sexual assault. Who knows what kind of psychological damage was done to her.

  • Just Keya

    ....see...she knew this child was here. She married him anyway. SO how long does the kid have to be on the side lines before he can come around? That's not at all fair to the kid. Since she still wanted him, she knew that's what came with it. If she needed time to process, then stay away until you do. That baby does not deserve that.

  • Just Keya

    Welp, sucks to be Gabby. I'm sure she knows it too. And she is sticking around so I don't feel for her.

  • SpillyNillie

    You wanted to marry his cheating ass anyway, so why treat this baby like that?
    ^^^^^THIS! You had the opportunity to carry yo ass but you stayed for the ride. So you might as well throw yo luggage in the trunk with his and take that bumpy ass road trip to wherever ya'll going, BABY IN TOW!

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Who says he's never around? How do we know that she just doesn't post anything about him? I'd be around, let the kid be around but if I was still in a process, I probably wouldn't be posting either.

  • BKLYNS MAMA

    Guess Wade still like that "Break" sex...

  • Just Keya

    ALL OF THIS!

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    She finna WIN (in her mind) with *drumroll* 2nd Baby #2

    And Everybody loses here LOL

  • PettyEyezPrime

    Wade in the water children... *hums with you*

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Not enough to breakup apparently.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    This is the man's fault IMB :tea:

  • Too Many Colors

    Well

  • Just Keya

    Can someone with the education come and tell us (because I don't have it) if D Wade post this kid or even mentions him? Because he does with the other kids, and even the one he is raising that's not his. But I never see this other one. What say you Roses? Is this baby around and in the picture or naw?

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Has he ever posted a picture of this baby around the family? He has a working instagram/twitter account right?

  • SummerBaby

    I really think it's the bm or D wade that keeps the baby at a distance especially if he's still sleeping with her. I know plenty of bm that play that don't take my kid around her mess.

  • Just Keya

    I 100% agree

  • MotherOfDragons, GetOffMyENuts

    I agree, but that's why I personally would have ended things with D Wade. A baby doesn't deserve that and if I couldn't totally accept it, AND I COULD NOT DO IT, I wouldn't stay in the relationship.

  • AG

    I thought about it this way too. Then I thought how do we know it's her keeping the child at bay? Could be Dwayne. Could be the child's mother. I know my friend didn't want my god daughter in family pictures with her dad and his new wife. The new wife wanted her there, and my friend said quite absolutely not.....ijs

  • Just Keya

    If it's the BM, D Wade should tae her to court. Because that's a bunch of crap. Gabby is not he gf. She is the wife and she lives in the house. It's sad for the kid either way.

  • SummerBaby

    Absolutely!

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Exactly

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Nakeya,
    On yall show, are the two ladies pregnant by the guy?

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Hoe logic.

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Doesn't have instagram or twitter... I know I'm uncool.

  • SpillyNillie

    Why break up when he can have his cake and eat it too...he has the "movie" life with the wife and that nasty freaky life with the BM...why not keep both if you can...

  • Just Keya

    But see, whoever it is, it's not fair to the child. Why not include him or allow him to be included?! All because you, the adult are in your feelings. It's about the kid, not you.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    You ever wanted to care about something. Like really tried hard and yet NOTHING? Wade accepts her being unaccepting. I mean, she stayed so she should but she didn't and she don't. She ain't ish for that. That baby gonna poison her Pepsi first chance he get.

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    That excuses her for being a bytch .... oh okay

  • Just Keya

    That don't make you uncool. At all. :hug:

  • BKLYNS MAMA

    just enough to go hit it....and then Go back home! So the chick he keep "breaking" for is setting herself up...

  • SummerBaby

    I couldn't do it either. That's a deal breaker for me especially since I can't have any more.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    Off topic: They're bringing back dancing donkeys, as Sandra says. I've never seen it.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    #18YearPlanX's2

  • Just Keya

    Nope. Amina is no longer pregnant. I don't know if she got an abortion or lost it, and I am still unsure with Tara. Hopefully not, but knowing this show, yup. smh.

  • Ms. Damn Solo

    I agree. That child will resent Dwade and resent Gabby in the long run. He/she (can't remember) will look back at all this internet crap and not see one picture of him/her with the "happy family". She is less than a woman to exclude this child like this. And where is Luda's break baby? Doesn't he have full custody?
    These guys need to take Break Baby 101 for 2 semesters at Diddy & Nem Technical Academy.

  • SpillyNillie

    I haven't seen one. He's posted his two sons and his nephew (I think he's his legal guardian) but not the baby. They both need they ass whooped. People need to start taking responsibility for their actions. You posted up in the bedroom with her and made a baby, you might as well post him on IG with the rest of your churren...

  • Too Many Colors

    Nope. I got an IG and made one post. How many weeks ago @NakeyJ? Bout 14 weeks? Don't have shyt else. Not uncool

  • Buttercup

    WHALE, it's been said that they aren't legally married. Some women consider him to be a much right man.

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Been there one, resulted in nothing but heartache. Had to learn but it took a long time to learn it.

  • Too Many Colors

    Yep.

  • Just Keya

    Right. Why keep leaving him out? Why do the baby like that? Yall put out Christmas cards and all that every year and the kid is no where to be seen. And if it's the momma, then shame on her as well.

  • Too Many Colors

    Tara posted a pic somewhere. She knocked

  • Just Keya

    I forgot this part.

  • AnonymousRose

    oh

  • Buttercup

    Hussssssh, husssssssh, hussssssh, somebody's calling my name.

  • 100milesperhour

    I think it's more of a keep my baby away from that bish scenario (baby momma voice). D Wade knows he messed up, so to spare his wife's feelings, he brings baby to house when wife is away filming something. Gabrielle probably isn't losing sleep over not seeing this child. Baby was conceived under messy circumstances, so it will take YEARS (if ever) for Gabrielle to finally come around & accept ole junior.

  • free

    could be like puffy's bm; i can't remember her name. we didn't see that kid until she was like 3.

  • Just Keya

    Where? Lord smh. Are they considered a two parent household, since the dad lives in both places?

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Wait not legally married ... chile

  • Ms. Damn Solo

    No excuse. Think of the psychological damage she is causing this innocent child. When you marry a man, you except his baggage, break baby and all.

  • SummerBaby

    That's what I think as well.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    (continuing from downstairs before we were summoned up here for this :rollseyes: )

    I'm on the NRA's website :eek: We finna learn some more history BRB :kona:

  • Too Many Colors

    What's your excuse? For the psychology damage?

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    I must have missed that ..... lawd

  • Just Keya

    I've seen Luda's wife include the baby. So I will give her credit. She don't leave any kids out.

  • Too Many Colors

    I don't know. ...

    Ask Sway down below. Him downstairs

  • Just Keya

    Go home Rodger. lmfao

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    :dead:

  • Empress

    Baby mother of Athlete tries to pretend like his wife does not exist, but he is still married to B list actress.

  • Just Keya

    They pulling a Jose and Steebie. LMAO

  • SpillyNillie

    She posted a pic??? Where?

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Chile apparently that excuses the mess chile ... I guess

  • SpillyNillie

    As a REAL woman should...

  • Too Many Colors

    Or....

    Athlete forgets about his non legal B list actress wife, still smangs his baby mother.

  • Just Keya

    They had to get a test done to prove it was Diddy's. When it came back yes, he had her with all the others. Kim did nt want that either, but that ain't last long. Diddy keeps them kids together. I love that.

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Heard Amina aborted.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    *jacked

    To date, the president has enacted nearly two dozen actions on gun
    control. He also proposed banning M855 "green tip" ammunition earlier
    this year, but backed down following the public outcry.

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    ROFLHAARRD!!!

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Girl ....... did all that ..... and still .... chile the most

  • Too Many Colors

    There are benefits to being legally married.

    They better get on board

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    two parent building? I mean the share the same outside walls so that could be a household.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    The PSYCHOLOGICAL damage does not excuse things forever.

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    I was just singing this shaking my head as a blew on it! GET OUT MY HEAD!!!

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    I need to go anywhay LOL!!

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Jesus. *says a prayer*

  • Too Many Colors

    Say-rah

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    *jacked-By Clayton E. Cramer, 1993

    The Racist Roots of Gun Control

    The historical record provides compelling evidence that racism underlies
    gun control laws -- and not in any subtle way. Throughout much of
    American history, gun control was openly stated as a method for keeping
    blacks and Hispanics "in their place," and to quiet the racial fears of
    whites. This paper is intended to provide a brief summary of this unholy
    alliance of gun control and racism, and to suggest that gun control laws
    should be regarded as "suspect ideas," analogous to the "suspect
    classifications" theory of discrimination already part of the American
    legal system.

    Racist arms laws predate the establishment of the United States.
    Starting in 1751, the French Black Code required Louisiana colonists to
    stop any blacks, and if necessary, beat "any black carrying any potential
    weapon, such as a cane." If a black refused to stop on demand, and was on
    horseback, the colonist was authorized to "shoot to kill."
    [1]
    Slave
    possession of firearms was a necessity at times in a frontier society, yet
    laws continued to be passed in an attempt to prohibit slaves or free
    blacks from possessing firearms, except under very restrictively
    controlled conditions.
    [2]
    Similarly, in the sixteenth century the colony of
    New Spain, terrified of black slave revolts, prohibited all blacks, free
    and slave, from carrying arms.
    [3]

    In the Haitian Revolution of the 1790s, the slave population
    successfully threw off their French masters, but the Revolution
    degenerated into a race war, aggravating existing fears in the French
    Louisiana colony, and among whites in the slave states of the United
    States. When the first U. S. official arrived in New Orleans in 1803 to
    take charge of this new American possession, the planters sought to have
    the existing free black militia disarmed, and otherwise exclude "free
    blacks from positions in which they were required to bear arms," including
    such non-military functions as slave-catching crews. The New Orleans city
    government also stopped whites from teaching fencing to free blacks, and
    then, when free blacks sought to teach fencing, similarly prohibited their
    efforts as well.
    [4]

    It is not surprising that the first North American English colonies,
    then the states of the new republic, remained in dread fear of armed
    blacks, for slave revolts against slave owners often degenerated into less
    selective forms of racial warfare. The perception that free blacks were
    sympathetic to the plight of their enslaved brothers, and the dangerous
    example that "a Negro could be free" also caused the slave states to pass
    laws designed to disarm all blacks, both slave and free. Unlike the gun
    control laws passed after the Civil War, these antebellum statutes were
    for blacks alone. In Maryland, these prohibitions went so far as to
    prohibit free blacks from owning dogs without a license, and authorizing
    any white to kill an unlicensed dog owned by a free black, for fear that
    blacks would use dogs as weapons. Mississippi went further, and
    prohibited any ownership of a dog by a black person.
    [5]

    Understandably, restrictions on slave possession of arms go back a very
    long way. While arms restrictions on free blacks predate it, these
    restrictions increased dramatically after Nat Turner's Rebellion in 1831,
    a revolt that caused the South to become increasingly irrational in its
    fears.
    [6]
    Virginia's response to Turner's Rebellion prohibited free blacks
    "to keep or carry any firelock of any kind, any military weapon, or any
    powder or lead..." The existing laws under which free blacks were
    occasionally licensed to possess or carry arms was also repealed, making
    arms possession completely illegal for free blacks.
    [7]
    But even before this
    action by the Virginia Legislature, in the aftermath of Turner's
    Rebellion, the discovery that a free black family possessed lead shot for
    use as scale weights, without powder or weapon in which to fire it, was
    considered sufficient reason for a frenzied mob to discuss summary
    execution of the owner.
    [8]
    The analogy to the current hysteria where mere
    possession of ammunition in some states without a firearms license may
    lead to jail time, should be obvious.

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    WAAADDEEEE in da watah!!! (blows on coffee0 WAAADE in da wata children...

  • Empress

    I would have to hear complaints directly from the child's mother. I know some women do not want their child anywhere near the wife. The two women often behave very foolishly using the child to their own ends instead of supporting a strong relationship among the siblings.

  • SpillyNillie

    Really! I can't with her. I could see her being a quintessential wife of a doctor or lawyer but she's half bird...what Gunz got coming outta that gun of his?

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    One example of the increasing fear of armed blacks is the 1834 change to
    the Tennessee Constitution, where Article XI, 26 of the 1796 Tennessee
    Constitution was revised from: "That the freemen of this State have a
    right to keep and to bear arms for their common defence,"
    [9]
    to: "That the
    free white men of this State have a right to keep and to bear arms for
    their common defence."
    [10]
    [emphasis added] It is not clear what motivated
    this change, other than Turner's bloody insurrection. The year before,
    the Tennessee Supreme Court had recognized the right to bear arms as an
    individual guarantee, but there is nothing in that decision that touches
    on the subject of race.
    [11]

    Other decisions during the antebellum period were unambiguous about the
    importance of race. In State v. Huntly (1843), the North Carolina
    Supreme Court had recognized that there was a right to carry arms
    guaranteed under the North Carolina Constitution, as long as such arms
    were carried in a manner not likely to frighten people.
    [12]
    The following
    year, the North Carolina Supreme Court made one of those decisions whose
    full significance would not appear until after the Civil War and passage
    of the Fourteenth Amendment. An 1840 statute provided:

    That if any free negro, mulatto, or free person of color,
    shall wear or carry about his or her person, or keep in
    his or her house, any shot gun, musket, rifle, pistol,
    sword, dagger or bowie-knife, unless he or she shall have
    obtained a licence therefor from the Court of Pleas and
    Quarter Sessions of his or her county, within one year
    preceding the wearing, keeping or carrying therefor, he
    or she shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and may be
    indicted therefor.
    [13]

    Elijah Newsom, "a free person of color," was indicted in Cumberland
    County in June of 1843 for carrying a shotgun without a license -- at the
    very time the North Carolina Supreme Court was deciding Huntly. Newsom
    was convicted by a jury; but the trial judge directed a not guilty
    verdict, and the state appealed to the North Carolina Supreme Court.
    Newsom's attorney argued that the statute requiring free blacks to obtain
    a license to "keep and bear arms" was in violation of both the Second
    Amendment to the U. S. Constitution, and the North Carolina
    Constitution's similar guarantee of a right to keep and bear arms.
    [14]
    The
    North Carolina Supreme Court refused to accept that the Second Amendment
    was a limitation on state laws, but had to deal with the problem of the
    state constitutional guarantees, which had been used in the Huntly
    decision, the year before.

    The 17th article of the 1776 North Carolina Constitution declared:

    That the people have a right to bear arms, for the
    defence of the State; and, as standing armies, in time
    of peace, are dangerous to liberty, they ought not to
    be kept up; and that the military should be kept under
    strict subordination to, and governed by, the civil
    power.
    [15]

    The Court asserted that: "We cannot see that the act of 1840 is in
    conflict with it... The defendant is not indicted for carrying arms in
    defence of the State, nor does the act of 1840 prohibit him from so
    doing."
    [16]
    But in Huntly, the Court had acknowledged that the restrictive
    language "for the defence of the State" did not preclude an individual
    right.
    [17]
    The Court then attempted to justify the necessity of this law:

    Its only object is to preserve the peace and safety of
    the community from being disturbed by an indiscriminate
    use, on ordinary occasions, by free men of color, of
    fire arms or other arms of an offensive character.
    Self preservation is the first law of nations, as it is
    of individuals.
    [18]

  • PettyEyezPrime

    ??

  • Too Many Colors

    I wasn't going to point out psychology vs psychological.

    Even still called it psychology damage in my response.

    Didn't want to be rude...ya dig?

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Going Up da yoooondah!!!

  • MissHarlem

    I said this in one sentence in the last post. Guns...laws not for us. NRA=kkk

  • Decked Out

    Who CARES? It's none of Our daym Business. First of all the Baby Momma was INVISIBLE so the BABY is INVISIBLE. Why is this being an issue? So if the BABY was in PHOTOS that would mean WHAT????

  • Buttercup

    Let me smang girl- smash and bang. I think I was still lurking back then, but I cried real tears while watching that video.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    The North Carolina Supreme Court also sought to repudiate the idea that
    free blacks were protected by the North Carolina Constitution's Bill of
    Rights by pointing out that the Constitution excluded free blacks from
    voting, and therefore free blacks were not citizens. Unlike a number of
    other state constitutions with right to keep and bear arms provisions that
    limited this right only to citizens,
    [19]
    Article 17 guaranteed this right to
    the people -- and try as hard as they might, it was difficult to argue
    that a "free person of color," in the words of the Court, was not one of
    "the people."

    It is one of the great ironies that, in much the same way that the North
    Carolina Supreme Court recognized a right to bear arms in 1843 -- then a
    year later declared that free blacks were not included -- the Georgia
    Supreme Court did likewise before the 1840s were out. The Georgia Supreme
    Court found in Nunn v. State (1846) that a statute prohibiting the sale
    of concealable handguns, sword-canes, and daggers violated the Second
    Amendment:

    The right of the whole people, old and young, men,
    women and boys, and not militia only, to keep and bear
    arms of every description, and not such merely as are
    used by the militia, shall not be infringed, curtailed,
    or broken in upon, in the smallest degree; and all of
    this for the important end to be attained: the rearing
    up and qualifying a well-regulated militia, so vitally
    necessary to the security of a free State. Our opinion
    is, that any law, State or Federal, is repugnant to the
    Constitution, and void, which contravenes this right,
    originally belonging to our forefathers, trampled under
    foot by Charles I. and his two wicked sons and
    successors, reestablished by the revolution of 1688,
    conveyed to this land of liberty by the colonists, and
    finally incorporated conspicuously in our own Magna
    Charta! And Lexington, Concord, Camden, River Raisin,
    Sandusky, and the laurel-crowned field of New Orleans,
    plead eloquently for this interpretation!
    [20]

    Finally, after this paean to liberty -- in a state where much of the
    population remained enslaved, forbidden by law to possess arms of any sort
    -- the Court defined the valid limits of laws restricting the bearing of
    arms:

    We are of the opinion, then, that so far as the act of
    1837 seeks to suppress the practice of carrying certain
    weapons secretly, that it is valid, inasmuch as it does
    not deprive the citizen of his natural right of self-
    defence, or of his constitutional right to keep and
    bear arms. But that so much of it, as contains a
    prohibition against bearing arms openly, is in conflict
    with the Constitution, and void...
    [21]

    "Citizen"? Within a single page, the Court had gone from "right of the
    whole people, old and young, men, women and boys" to the much more
    narrowly restrictive right of a "citizen." The motivation for this sudden
    narrowing of the right appeared two years later.

    The decision Cooper and Worsham v. Savannah (1848) was not, principally,
    a right to keep and bear arms case. In 1839, the city of Savannah,
    Georgia, in an admitted effort "to prevent the increase of free persons of
    color in our city," had established a $100 per year tax on free blacks
    moving into Savannah from other parts of Georgia. Samuel Cooper and
    Hamilton Worsham, two "free persons of color," were convicted of failing
    to pay the tax, and were jailed.
    [22]
    On appeal, counsel for Cooper and
    Worsham argued that the ordinance establishing the tax was deficient in a
    number of technical areas; the assertion of most interest to us is, "In
    Georgia, free persons of color have constitutional rights..." Cooper and
    Worsham's counsel argued that these rights included writ of habeas corpus,
    right to own real estate, to be "subject to taxation," "[t]hey may sue and
    be sued," and cited a number of precedents under Georgia law in defense of
    their position.
    [23]

    Justice Warner delivered the Court's opinion, most of which is
    irrelevant to the right to keep and bear arms, but one portion shows the
    fundamental relationship between citizenship, arms, and elections, and why
    gun control laws were an essential part of defining blacks as
    "non-citizens": "Free persons of color have never been recognized here as
    citizens; they are not entitled to bear arms, vote for members of the
    legislature, or to hold any civil office."
    [24]
    The Georgia Supreme Court did
    agree that the ordinance jailing Cooper and Worsham for non-payment was
    illegal, and ordered their release, but the comments of the Court made it
    clear that their brave words in Nunn v. State (1846) about "the right of
    the people," really only meant white people.

    While settled parts of the South were in great fear of armed blacks, on
    the frontier, the concerns about Indian attack often forced relaxation of
    these rules. The 1798 Kentucky Comprehensive Act allowed slaves and free
    blacks on frontier plantations "to keep and use guns, powder, shot, and
    weapons, offensive and defensive." Unlike whites, however, a license was
    required for free blacks or slaves to carry weapons.
    [25]

    The need for blacks to carry arms for self-defense included not only the
    problem of Indian attack, and the normal criminal attacks that anyone
    might worry about, but he additional hazard that free blacks were in
    danger of being kidnapped and sold into slavery.
    [26]
    A number of states,
    including Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin, passed laws
    specifically to prohibit kidnapping of free blacks, out of concern that
    the federal Fugitive Slave Laws would be used as cover for
    re-enslavement.
    [27]

    The end of slavery in 1865 did not eliminate the problems of racist gun
    control laws; the various Black Codes adopted after the Civil War required
    blacks to obtain a license before carrying or possessing firearms or Bowie
    knives; these are sufficiently well-known that any reasonably complete
    history of the Reconstruction period mentions them. These restrictive gun
    laws played a part in the efforts of the Republicans to get the Fourteenth
    Amendment ratified, because it was difficult for night riders to generate
    the correct level of terror in a victim who was returning fire.
    [28]
    It does
    appear, however, that the requirement to treat blacks and whites equally
    before the law led to the adoption of restrictive firearms laws in the
    South that were equal in the letter of the law, but unequally enforced.
    It is clear that the vagrancy statutes adopted at roughly the same time,
    in 1866, were intended to be used against blacks, even though the language
    was race-neutral.
    [29]

    The former states of the Confederacy, many of which had recognized the
    right to carry arms openly before the Civil War, developed a very sudden
    willingness to qualify that right. One especially absurd example, and one
    that includes strong evidence of the racist intentions behind gun control
    laws, is Texas.

    In Cockrum v. State (1859), the Texas Supreme Court had recognized that
    there was a right to carry defensive arms, and that this right was
    protected under both the Second Amendment, and section 13 of the Texas
    Bill of Rights. The outer limit of the state's authority (in this case,
    attempting to discourage the carrying of Bowie knives), was that it could
    provide an enhanced penalty for manslaughters committed with Bowie
    knives.
    [30]
    Yet, by 1872, the Texas Supreme Court denied that there was any
    right to carry any weapon for self-defense under either the state or
    federal constitutions -- and made no attempt to explain or justify why the
    Cockrum decision was no longer valid.
    [31]

    What caused the dramatic change? The following excerpt from that same
    decision -- so offensive that no one would dare make such an argument
    today -- sheds some light on the racism that apparently caused the sudden
    perspective change:

    The law under consideration has been attacked upon the
    ground that it was contrary to public policy, and
    deprived the people of the necessary means of self-
    defense; that it was an innovation upon the customs and
    habits of the people, to which they would not peaceably
    submit... We will not say to what extent the early
    customs and habits of the people of this state should
    be respected and accommodated, where they may come in
    conflict with the ideas of intelligent and well-meaning
    legislators. A portion of our system of laws, as well
    as our public morality, is derived from a people the
    most peculiar perhaps of any other in the history and
    derivation of its own system. Spain, at different
    periods of the world, was dominated over by the
    Carthagenians, the Romans, the Vandals, the Snovi, the
    Allani, the Visigoths, and Arabs; and to this day there
    are found in the Spanish codes traces of the laws and
    customs of each of these nations blended together in a
    system by no means to be compared with the sound
    philosophy and pure morality of the common law.[32]
    [emphasis added]

    This particular decision is more open than most as to its motivations,
    but throughout the South during this period, the existing precedents that
    recognized a right to open carry under state constitutional provisions
    were being narrowed, or simply ignored. Nor was the reasoning that led to
    these changes lost on judges in the North. In 1920, the Ohio Supreme
    Court upheld the conviction of a Mexican for concealed carry of a
    handgun--while asleep in his own bed. Justice Wanamaker's scathing
    dissent criticized the precedents cited by the majority in defense of this
    absurdity:

    I desire to give some special attention to some of the
    authorities cited, supreme court decisions from
    Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Kentucky, and one or two
    inferior court decisions from New York, which are given
    in support of the doctrines upheld by this court. The
    southern states have very largely furnished the
    precedents. It is only necessary to observe that the
    race issue there has extremely intensified a decisive
    purpose to entirely disarm the negro, and this policy
    is evident upon reading the opinions.
    [33]

    While not relevant to the issue of racism, Justice Wanamaker's closing
    paragraphs capture well the biting wit and intelligence of this jurist,
    who was unfortunately, outnumbered on the bench:

    I hold that the laws of the state of Ohio should be so
    applied and so interpreted as to favor the law-abiding
    rather than the law-violating people. If this decision
    shall stand as the law of Ohio, a very large percentage
    of the good people of Ohio to-day are criminals,
    because they are daily committing criminal acts by
    having these weapons in their own homes for their own
    defense. The only safe course for them to pursue,
    instead of having the weapon concealed on or about
    their person, or under their pillow at night, is to
    hang the revolver on the wall and put below it a large
    placard with these words inscribed:

    "The Ohio supreme court having decided that it is a
    crime to carry a concealed weapon on one's person in
    one's home, even in one's bed or bunk, this weapon is
    hung upon the wall that you may see it, and before you
    commit any burglary or assault, please, Mr. Burglar,
    hand me my gun."
    [34]

    There are other examples of remarkable honesty from the state supreme
    courts on this subject, of which the finest is probably Florida Supreme
    Court Justice Buford's concurring opinion in Watson v. Stone (1941), in
    which a conviction for carrying a handgun without a permit was overturned,
    because the handgun was in the glove compartment of a car:

    I know something of the history of this legislation.
    The original Act of 1893 was passed when there was a
    great influx of negro laborers in this State drawn here
    for the purpose of working in turpentine and lumber
    camps. The same condition existed when the Act was
    amended in 1901 and the Act was passed for the purpose
    of disarming the negro laborers and to thereby reduce
    the unlawful homicides that were prevalent in
    turpentine and saw-mill camps and to give the white
    citizens in sparsely settled areas a better feeling of
    security. The statute was never intended to be applied
    to the white population and in practice has never been
    so applied.
    [35]

    Today is not 1893, and when proponents of restrictive gun control insist
    that their motivations are color-blind, there is a possibility that they
    are telling the truth. Nonetheless, there are some rather interesting
    questions that should be asked today. The most obvious question is, "Why
    should a police chief or sheriff have any discretion in issuing a
    concealed handgun permit?" Here in California, even the state
    legislature's research arm--hardly a nest of pro-gunners--has admitted
    that the vast majority of permits to carry concealed handguns in
    California are issued to white males.
    [36]
    Even if overt racism is not an
    issue, an official may simply have more empathy with an applicant of a
    similar cultural background, and consequently be more able to relate to
    the applicant's concerns. As my wife pointedly reminded a police official
    when we applied for concealed weapon permits, "If more police chiefs were
    women, a lot more women would get permits, and be able to defend
    themselves from rapists."

    Gun control advocates today are not so foolish as to openly promote
    racist laws, and so the question might be asked what relevance the racist
    past of gun control laws has. One concern is that the motivations for
    disarming blacks in the past are really not so different from the
    motivations for disarming law-abiding citizens today. In the last century,
    the official rhetoric in support of such laws was that "they" were too
    violent, too untrustworthy, to be allowed weapons. Today, the same
    elitist rhetoric regards law-abiding Americans in the same way, as
    child-like creatures in need of guidance from the government. In the last
    century, while never openly admitted, one of the goals of disarming blacks
    was to make them more willing to accept various forms of economic
    oppression, including the sharecropping system, in which free blacks were
    reduced to an economic state not dramatically superior to the conditions
    of slavery.

    In the seventeenth century, the aristocratic power structure of colonial
    Virginia found itself confronting a similar challenge from lower class
    whites. These poor whites resented how the men who controlled the
    government used that power to concentrate wealth into a small number of
    hands. These wealthy feeders at the government trough would have disarmed
    poor whites if they could, but the threat of both Indian and pirate attack
    made this impractical; for all white men "were armed and had to be
    armed..." Instead, blacks, who had occupied a poorly defined status
    between indentured servant and slave, were reduced to hereditary chattel
    slavery, so that poor whites could be economically advantaged, without the
    upper class having to give up its privileges.
    [37]

    Today, the forces that push for gun control seem to be heavily (though
    not exclusively) allied with political factions that are committed to
    dramatic increases in taxation on the middle class. While it would be
    hyperbole to compare higher taxes on the middle class to the suffering and
    deprivation of sharecropping or slavery, the analogy of disarming those
    whom you wish to economically disadvantage, has a certain worrisome
    validity to it.

    Another point to consider is that in the American legal system, certain
    classifications of governmental discrimination are considered
    constitutionally suspect, and these "suspect classifications" (usually
    considered to be race and religion) come to a court hearing under a strong
    presumption of invalidity. The reason for these "suspect classifications"
    is because of the long history of governmental discrimination based on
    these classifications, and because these classifications often impinge on
    fundamental rights.
    [38]

    In much the same way, gun control has historically been a tool of
    racism, and associated with racist attitudes about black violence.
    Similarly, many gun control laws impinge on that most fundamental of
    rights: self-defense. Racism is so intimately tied to the history of gun
    control in America that we should regard gun control aimed at law-abiding
    people as a "suspect idea," and require that the courts use the same
    demanding standards when reviewing the constitutionality of a gun control
    law, that they would use with respect to a law that discriminated based on
    race.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    I know and I sawED what you did. He must have helped Mama Jones with her t shirts?

  • SummerBaby

    Not Mama Jones

  • Too Many Colors

    Shouts out to @His. Lawd they was crazy with smang

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Full bird. She hasn't seen the power in moving on. Feels like she's got too much invested. At least all her kids will have the same daddy so they can potentially be matches for each other if needed.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    Amina supposedly got rid of it when she found out Tara was pregnant. Haven't watched in 3 weeks BUT how you getting an abortion but not a divorce? *sits chin on hands and waits*

  • Too Many Colors

    I was thinking about them last night. That was best LHHNY line up. No hit Olivia. Jim and Chrissy. Yandy when she had sense. Mama Jones. Jules and Kimbella. Damn Emily Bustamante. Rich Dollars when he was likeable

  • 1/8

    Thank you for pointing out my error. I wasn't attempting to justify Gabby's behavior, merely explain it.

  • Buttercup

    LMBO. If I could get inside Cissy's head for one day, I know I would find some gems.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    AND I just got off the the "Second Amendment Foundation" website. :facepalm: My goodness!

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    :ghost:

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Bird logic. I have had some fawked up situations but they were private. You living this shyt out on tv for a dayum check and you still have no motivation to 'do right or ack right'?

  • 1/8

    Oftentimes, when people live through trauma, they lose the ability to empathize with others.

  • MissHarlem

    It's a mess. Huge. SON hope you had a blessed Christmas and an eventful new year.

  • PettyEyezPrime

    YES. So many gems in that line up. Kumbella hair on fire? *I'm still pretty* foot to face *I'm still cute tho* chrissy to Somaya Reece *look at your shoes* Jim making Somaya manager apologize ?. Aww man. So much more.

  • mel

    It could actually be that the mom has a history of drama in relationships. ...her other children are from Damon Wayans Jr. ...and that didn't end well...she had a habit of creeping...ijs

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Thanks dear & likewise! :grill:

    BUT more importantly EYE wanna see you on Fri. Feb5th! Apollo Theater :eek:
    Check it out :2dance:

  • the guest

    What people failed to realize is that although shes not a superstar and not that classy and to be honest not that pretty, the break baby's mother has a serious hold on Wade. Wade likes that woman, a lot, and that why he got her pregnant. Because he likes her. If she was just some one time side piece he knocked up and meant nothing to him, Gabby would have accepted the kid. Its not the kid, she cant stand Wade's passion for the break baby mama.

  • ??TupacsFemaleDoppelganger??

    This can be so many athlete's that its comical....

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    :rofl:

  • PettyEyezPrime

    To be with my Lord *mc hammer version*

  • MotherOfDragons, GetOffMyENuts

    Has NEVER posted him or mentioned him in a post. Talks about the other 3 constantly...so it's NOT just Gabby doesn't accept the baby or the bm doesn't want the baby posted. The bm supposedly posts the baby. D Wade acts like he doesnt exist on social media...

  • Yoni

    Wasn't that Somaya chick in there somewhere? LOL Whatever happened to her or her music. The last I seen of her she was on L.A. Hair getting a dye job.

  • the guest

    you are absolutely right here. Some people have no backbone when it comes to their children. I will never understand it. Its unnatural not to stand up for your child. But I think leaving the child out was a part of their Gabby forgive and Wade make up for it engagement and marital arrangement.

  • Just Keya

    Let me wait right with you. Because so you won't have the baby, but you will have the cheating man? The "logic" these people use is retarded.

  • Just Keya

    This

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Interesting name :)

    SO hmmmmm, you look like my man OR rap like him? :waiting:

  • 1/8

    Your fearless leader is crying like a little girl on national television. ISIS is laughing at us!

  • the guest

    Its one thing for her to not accept the child in private. But she publicly shames and brands the child as an outsider which is downright mean. And shes a hypocrite because she validates herself in the mother role by using his ex wifes children but erases the break baby. Twisted.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    :rofl: :rofl:

  • jeniefrumdabloc™
  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Her pu$$y wasn't invisible :rofl: :rofl:

  • Just Keya

    Thanks and smh

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Can someone please watch that Zoe Ever After show so the ad will go away?

  • MissHarlem

    OK cool. Please keep in contact. I will forget or have other things. I'm in ?

  • Too Many Colors

    Her too. Yes.?

  • 1/8

    LMAO! That's hilarious! ?

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Lord, shyt everywhere.

  • Too Many Colors

    The lil Itty bitty man.

    Chrissy about Somaya TEETH.

  • HOPoutWITthaThiccnez

    Never cared for him after his 1st childrens Grandmother said she helped take care of him through high school and some college and how he acting like they never existed.. You know if you have no Respect for someone who feed you, your not going to have respect for your wife.. ETC HUMp

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    It doesn't come on till tonight .... and yes I'm watching

  • YOUR man chose BSweet #ohwell

    Well I'm not alone. I used to have a twitter acct. Posted one tweet and deleted it. I don't even know what the screen name was.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Will do! I just got my flights together yesterday, just trying to figure out where I wanna stay LOL

    I'll text you in a couple weeks with more info.

  • SummerBaby

    True indeed

  • Yoni

    *grabs yo hand and talks through clenched teeth* STOP IT!

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    I bet it is !

  • PettyEyezPrime

    Or put out a CD

  • H-Town Girl

    My stepmother said to me 20+ years ago 'yo azz is apart of his past and your azz need to remain there' and that is exactly how she has & still treats me since she came into the picture 5 years after my mom & pops split up. (I've never cared what she thought of me...:0)

  • ?E?E?M?A

    She stole him from Siovaughnn. Now the BM stole him from her. That BM ain't going nowhere.

  • MissHarlem

    As soon as you get details let me know. I can get brunch etc together

  • Buttercup

    I never believed everything about Siofdajnviera. Talmbout she gave him an STD and such. Nah, you found out before her and took care of it before she even knew.

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    *jacked CNN

    Now, following a new clutch of killings in places like Oregon, South Carolina and California last year, Obama's public evolution on gun control may be complete. Instead of talking, he's acting.

    On Tuesday, wiping away tears as he spoke of children killed in Connecticut in 2012, Obama unveiled a series of executive actions on guns, including expanding mandatory background checks for some private sales.

    "We are not inherently more prone to violence. But we are the only advanced country on Earth that sees this kind of mass violence erupt with this kind of frequency. It doesn't happen in other advanced countries. It's not even close," Obama said at the White House. "Somehow we become numb to it and we start to feel that this is normal. And instead of thinking about how to solve the problem, this has become one of our most polarized, partisan debates, despite the fact that there's a general consensus in America about what needs to be done."

    He added, "We do have to feel a sense of urgency about it. In Dr. King's
    words, we need to feel the fierce urgency of now -- because people are
    dying."

  • Buttercup

    What the what? I can't believe she fixed her mouth to say that to you. I try to respect my elders, but I know, "Biiiiish,..." would've come out of my mouth so fast.

  • SG

    Never considered this. Hmm

  • Just Keya

    RIGHT! All this "music" the people on these shows do and WHO other than K.Michelle, has an album out?! WHO

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    He will also press for public support on the issue at a live town hall meeting hosted by CNN on Thursday night --making gun violence a priority of his final year in office, days before his valedictory State of the Union address.

    Obama insisted Tuesday that he merely wants to enact a few common-sense gun safety measures. But the gun lobby is mobilizing and Republicans, led by 2016 front-runner Donald Trump, insist Obama is out to make it impossible for people to buy guns.

  • Yoni

    How do you know they're laughing at us?

  • Just Keya

    I read this like 4 times trying to see what's wrong with the crying for the children came in at. smdh.

  • Just Keya

    crying over dead kids is a problem for you? You have real issues sir. Who hurt you?

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    :woohoo: Ok cool AND Imma introduce you to some folks that I didn't know but now I see their names here and there. So funny ;)

  • SG

    LOL !

  • Decked Out

    Exactly, I guess her PUSSY is attracted to DW's with $$$. Dwayne WADE and Damon Wayans jr BUT no MARRIAGE.

  • SG

    Your dad has said nothing about her treating you this way? He's still with her?

  • SG

    How long is the process? How was she able to get over it and marry him so quickly? Especially when he was the one that did wrong by her?

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    Some folks just enjoy being :mad: or acting :mad: for no reason :shrug: & :no: (together) LOL

  • 1/8

    Americans were laughing at him; it stands to reason that our enemies were doubled over in hysteria.

  • iWasteTime

    I still cry about them kids when I think about it. It was hard for me when it happened cause my son was almost 2. Now that he is in school, I cannot even imagine!

  • ??TupacsFemaleDoppelganger??

    It means that I kick knowledge (rap) like him - but I'm a woman and I go harder...

  • SunRiseBlossom

    Why in the heck NOBODY told me there was a new post... this post is not even a new post anymore according to the amount of comments. Lol...

  • Just Keya

    Who would laugh over someone showing grief over dead children? WHO?

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    I concur :hug:

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    YOU GO GIRL!

    Good luck. Best wishes!

  • <—Doesn'tTalkToStrangers

    :facepalm:

  • SummerBaby

    I just saw this on IG ?

  • SunRiseBlossom

    :hahaha:

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Ok so lunch friend comes to my desk cuz he knows Im fasting from meat and stuff this month..hands me a bag of Wasabi Ranch..Snapea Crisps. I take one bite of one and was like..

  • AllmylifeIhadtofight

    She actually is the one that said he gave her the STD and in court it came out that he didn't.

  • SunRiseBlossom

    Must be a part of ISIS with his ignorant azz!!! :cranberryjuice:

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Heeyyyy...look who made it up! (in my Kevin Hart voice)

  • Buttercup

    I don't believe that he didn't give it to her. He probably took care of it before she found out she was infected.

  • SunRiseBlossom

    We gone get you on EMPIRE!!! :thumbsup:

  • Torae

    How long is she going to pretend she's happy? She's miserable and insecure and she probably makes him pay everyday for that break baby...

  • mzwhang90210

    I'm not surprised.
    (If this is true) I'm sure BM is planning on baby #2.

    I have an uncle that had a baby on his WIFE...when he was in his 50s....his wife (who stole him away from his FIRST wife)...won't even let the lil boy in the house. My uncle initially SWORE the young chick was lying..the baby wasn't his..but guess what the DNA said?
    Anyway, Gabby reminds me of my uncles 2nd wife.

  • SunRiseBlossom

    Really... You just gone embarrass a sista like that?!!! :ha:

  • SameoleJ

    it doesn't even happen this much in "underdeveloped" countries.

  • SunRiseBlossom

    So (Forcing Fathers to be at least financially responsible for their actions) didn't make the cut huh?!!! :cranberryjuice:

  • Just Keya

    No diss, but you Uncle ain't shyt to allowing his wife to treat the kid like that. smfh.

  • SunRiseBlossom

    Apparently him #smh

  • SameoleJ

    He is pulling a Bill Clinton and is going to pass a whole lot of stuff on his way out. Oh, how I remember those days....Bill had us pretty comfortable.

  • AllmylifeIhadtofight

    Herpes ain't curable. All the court records were all over the Internet. The dude she cheated with testified she gave him money and her cousin did too.

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Yeah and not paying child support is
    Forcing mothers and children to become homeless
    Forcing mothers to work 23 jobs to take up his slack which causes the child to be left alone to its own devices while mom is out trying to feed the child
    Emotionally draining on the mother who is playing the role of both parents.
    Forcing mothers to wish the ninja would just die so the kid could at least get some insurance money
    FOH..only weak azz fathers use that excuse sooryy azz...Get off that woa is me bullshyt. 33% comes out your check per child..100% of our income goes to the household what the fuk is the problem again?

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Nope.

  • SameoleJ

    CTHU......Imma watch it just for you!

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Chile is that ... that pooch azz in the air gal chile .... how you just brang yo tail in here like that rofl dead

  • Just Keya

    Bet money this is from some dead beat ass father. Bye sir.

  • mzwhang90210

    Heyyyyyyyyyy Keke!!!
    No diss taken..lol. No he ain't sh*t, I co-sign. I could write a book on how rachet his arse is...but the current wife got EXACTLY what she deserved. Now he's damn near infirm and she has to (pretend to) lovingly take care of him. *spit*

  • mzwhang90210

    *screamin*
    JenEEEE...bahahahahaaaaa

  • SameoleJ

    Who Future and Lil Duval pay to post this?

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    LOLOLOL!!!

  • SameoleJ

    Nope and ain't gonna make this particular list.

  • Bess

    This my deddy and his new lady too. She told him to cut our grown asses off and moved his ass from TN to Hawaii and changed his phone number. He texts on holidays, but we haven't spoken since. Mind you even as a grown ass woman, me and my father played tennis and went to dinner ATLEAST once a week until she came in the pictcha. But i figure if he let her treat me and my sibs like that, oh the fawk well.

  • SunRiseBlossom

    You betta preach Wuts...

  • Just Keya

    I'm a bit confused by this. How is CS "forcing fathers into unemployment"?

  • mzwhang90210

    Chile I read all the way to the end of that non-sensical b/s..looking for a punch line...

  • mzwhang90210

    Cuz...them no good bastids would rather QUIT their jobs..than pay.

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    You a hot mess ... rofl

  • SunRiseBlossom

    :hahaha:

  • Just Keya

    And this is why I support locking them the hell up. Triflent. Lil Duval was just on IG talking about they should take away Child Support. smdh. He is a super clown.

  • Just Keya

    So they are choosing to be unemployed? Oh ok.. Don't say anything forced you. YOU quit. Tuh. I know someone like that right damn now. Mind you, he don't want to pay CS for his two kids, but lives with another woman and HER two kids. smfh

  • SameoleJ

    Soulless, ignorant azzed Americans were laughing at him. Speak for your crew only.

  • SunRiseBlossom

    That sounds like it would have made a good as Paternity Court show!!! Lol...

  • MotherOfDragons, GetOffMyENuts

    New post- Knocked up Draya.

  • Buttercup

    I have watched enough Fatal Vows, Wives with Knives, and Snapped to know that you need to hear his voice ASAP. His wife could be running a ruse like Dee Dee Moore was doing in regards to Abraham Shakespeare

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Well they can't even play that game here in GA.. They lock yo azz up on CS in Cobb County..they sending your azz straight to work release.. You will work until your arrears are paid down.. then you can leave BUT you have 30 days to find work don't care if it washing windows on the side of the road.. or its back to Work Release for you... I ain't even mad at that..

  • mzwhang90210

    Girl I know a dude with FIVE kids that refuses to work because they would garnish his wages. But let him tell it...his baby mammas FORCED him to quit. If they'd get off his back about child support he could work.

  • SunRiseBlossom

    My DVR is set to watch Zoe Ever After (because I have to watch the THATHN)... BUT if the first show do not make the cut... I will not be recording any more episodes...

  • iWasteTime

    @F**k Folks 2016
    New Post: just for you !

  • Just Keya

    Was he helping to take care of the 5 kids before he was put on child support? If not then sir, you forced them to do it. and you quit so you would not have to.

  • Buttercup

    I ain't know it was herpes! I don't know why I thought it was gonorrhea.

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    Dead ^^^^ LMAO !!!

  • Just Keya

    Not mad at that at all. If you know that's what will happen, then guess what? PAY THE CHILD SUPPORT.

  • SunRiseBlossom

    It is some sorry men in this world... #smh

  • mzwhang90210

    Nope he wasn't. But steady posting pics talking about how much he loves his kids.
    Sorry...just sorry.

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Yep there was a time where my ex would work "Under the Table" to make money until they locked his azz up. He told the judge he hasn't had a job..the judge asked. "Well when you were working how much were you making? " He said "Oh i had a goood job before all this making potientially $15hr." Judge said oh yeah well we gone just go by your "Potiential" and made him pay 33% of 15hr.. and told him he had 30 days to come up with all the arrears.

  • Saywhatnow?

    Please Gabby knows this one is different. No matter how I feel about Gabby(not good feelings...) she seems to be a woman who will accept her man's kids...but this one is different, this one's mom got a hold emotionally on her husband...this one didn't happen on a break, this one will be the one not spoken of.

  • mzwhang90210

    hahahhaaaaaaaa....
    *hugs* Hey Wutty Butty

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    I told my ex alllll i wanted from him was to make sure his kids never ran out of shoes for their feet and diapers. Every now and then if i needed help on a bill come through.. he couldn't do that sew... "Uhh yah honor sir uuuh..."

  • Here for the comments

    Nailed it!

  • Here for the comments

    Those ear to ear grins gabby (alien face) be trying to pull off ain't foolin me, that girl is unhappy!

  • Here for the comments

    I agree, her true colors are definitely showing and it also proves by her ignoring this child that he wasn't no "break baby"!

  • 1/8

    Did Obama get on TV and cry over the children he murdered with his drones?

  • SummerBaby

    I found it on a pro black page, but you're so right. ?

  • Just Keya

    WTF does that have to do with him crying over these kids, and you trying to act like he should not cry?

  • Yoni

    The enemies are right here in the good ole UNTIED (no typo) States of AmeriKKKa. Wake up!

  • 1/8

    LOL! ?

  • 1/8

    LOL! ?

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Zackly... better yet do what you posed to do so the woman wont feel the need to get the folks involved. Help with the upkeep.. come get them and spend time with them etc...

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Zackly... better yet do what you posed to do so the woman wont feel the need to get the folks involved. Help with the upkeep.. come get them and spend time with them etc...

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Jenie..that mess was Horrrible! I almost spit it out in his face..

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Jenie..that mess was Horrrible! I almost spit it out in his face..

  • starbright9449

    People are overdoing it. Yes, everyone can see she's ignoring the kid that's not a product of their marriage....tho he had his sons way before he met her. My point is her ignoring the baby is a good thing!!

    Tbh I wouldn't trust her around it. She may pretend to be nice but be like an evil step mom as the baby gets older. Some people are bitter and can Idk cruel things. I'm sure Dwayne makes sure his kid has EVERYTHING. Let the baby be happy with it's Mom. How old is the kid anyway, can he/she talk? I don't want someone pinching my child and saying he/she crying because of blah blah blah.

  • starbright9449

    People are overdoing it. Yes, everyone can see she's ignoring the kid that's not a product of their marriage....tho he had his sons way before he met her. My point is her ignoring the baby is a good thing!!

    Tbh I wouldn't trust her around it. She may pretend to be nice but be like an evil step mom as the baby gets older. Some people are bitter and can Idk cruel things. I'm sure Dwayne makes sure his kid has EVERYTHING. Let the baby be happy with it's Mom. How old is the kid anyway, can he/she talk? I don't want someone pinching my child and saying he/she crying because of blah blah blah.

  • starbright9449

    Blame the daddy.

  • starbright9449

    Blame the daddy.

  • sunni_daze

    You made a really really good point. Never looked at it from that angle. Just saw her as petty for hating a child.

  • sunni_daze

    You made a really really good point. Never looked at it from that angle. Just saw her as petty for hating a child.

  • Browneyes

    I have a friend with a similar situation and her pops and mom had been separated. Like over 10+ years. Her step mom will not include her in anything and dare her sisters and brothers to tell her about family photos ops or family functions. But her dad will call her and invite her to things

  • Browneyes

    I have a friend with a similar situation and her pops and mom had been separated. Like over 10+ years. Her step mom will not include her in anything and dare her sisters and brothers to tell her about family photos ops or family functions. But her dad will call her and invite her to things

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    How can you be problack but against doing right by the child you help create? Granted there are some men who do right and WANT to see their kids etc and the mother ain't shyt.. but most women who are forced to make the father pay just to stay afloat...I ain't got no love for those dudes..

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    How can you be problack but against doing right by the child you help create? Granted there are some men who do right and WANT to see their kids etc and the mother ain't shyt.. but most women who are forced to make the father pay just to stay afloat...I ain't got no love for those dudes..

  • MUNCHOSGIRL

    Could very well be she doesn't want her child in or around Gabby...Does said baby mama have a gag order, haven't heard a peep out of her.

  • MUNCHOSGIRL

    Could very well be she doesn't want her child in or around Gabby...Does said baby mama have a gag order, haven't heard a peep out of her.

  • starbright9449

    You all blaming Gabby for ignoring the kid when Dwayne is to blame. Personally I see it as a good thing. I wouldn't trust her with my kid, people can be bitter and spiteful. I'm sure Dwayne schedules time to see him/her and makes sure his kid has everything!! Don't overlook the baby momma. She may be the messy type. I wouldn't have anything to do with the kid because the Mom may accuse me of mistreating her child. That's not a good look and the media would run with the story and it could cause more problems with Dwayne and Gabby. Gabby is playing it safe, sometimes we can't see the method to someone's madness but it's there.

  • starbright9449

    You all blaming Gabby for ignoring the kid when Dwayne is to blame. Personally I see it as a good thing. I wouldn't trust her with my kid, people can be bitter and spiteful. I'm sure Dwayne schedules time to see him/her and makes sure his kid has everything!! Don't overlook the baby momma. She may be the messy type. I wouldn't have anything to do with the kid because the Mom may accuse me of mistreating her child. That's not a good look and the media would run with the story and it could cause more problems with Dwayne and Gabby. Gabby is playing it safe, sometimes we can't see the method to someone's madness but it's there.

  • Particularly petty

    Not surprised. D Wade's baby mom had been everyone's side piece tho.

  • Particularly petty

    Not surprised. D Wade's baby mom had been everyone's side piece tho.

  • MUNCHOSGIRL

    Well baby mama said Dwyane is a great father and spends time and provide for their child so....

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Hey WHANGDANGDOODLE (kiss)

  • BLACK LOVE

    I hope not cause that babies mom's wasn't to attractive..when I had my break baby it was with a mediocre chick who love chewing balls and getting nutted in..watch the traps fellas

  • NYTimes#1Bestseller

    Deep!!!!!!!

  • Sleepy One

    He always has to me, I was shocked to find out his real age

  • H-Town Girl

    Chile please...even in Church 1 Sunday I sat in the pew right behind him and his family at Peace Offering time she gave them all the 'do even turn the f--- around look' not 1 of the 6 them turned round to shake my hand including him. It was kind of symbolic for me. I left that relationship right there at the alter and have been a peace every since many years ago.:0)

  • H-Town Girl

    Sadly for them it has not slowed us down one bit Bess!...:0)

  • H-Town Girl

    And they don't realize.. what one endures only makes one stronger...:0)

  • CaramelDrop

    None of this is Gabbys fault! Just shows how much of a weak POS Wade is - that's HIS CHILD. IF this is Gabby - what kind of man is he to allow it? I think its the bitter baby mama that is trying to "flex" by keeping the baby away and Gabby gives ZERO ph ucks.

  • CaramelDrop

    I totally agree! Baby mama is on the outside looking in and wants the baby "outside" right along with her. Even if she is still sleeping with Wade, at the end of the day she is/was only good enough to screw but not wife. Unfortunately for the baby, the baby mama is making the child settle like she HAS/HAD to.

  • Monday

    Another well kept woman

    I don't blame Gabby.. I wonder if she can reproduce, certain men need this in their life

  • Auditor

    Dead...how is that a trap? Last time I checked...sperm meets egg = baby.

  • Auditor

    I thought she said her career came first...or maybe that was someone else...

  • Auditor

    I'd do the same BUT karma did get her ass as she stole him from someone else. I'd be damn if my husband brought another child around me and mines. IF I decided to stay I'd tell him to pay the child support and that's it. But I'd leave just off the fact he put my health at risk....

  • Auditor

    Lol hurry it up along and get that insurance and hopefully social security

  • Monday

    What career?? Reality shows??

    Yeah, must be someone else

  • TheRealLee

    Is she getting money from Wade? She is. By agreement, he is entitled to have the child in his home at least for half the time. He is still an infant and Wade travels a lot which may be the reason the mother may have not sent the child to Miami to spend time with Wade.

  • TheRealLee

    I agree. Imagine if something happens to that child while in Miami. Also, Wade will be within distance of the mother beaches the kid is still so young. If I were him, I would buy a condo in LA and have the nannies bring the child over. No need to interact with the mama at all.

  • Auditor

    Lol dead...she got SOMETHING... bish make a whole lot more than I do that's for sure and works a whole lot less lol

  • SummerBaby

    I don't think the pro black page is advocating don't take care of your kid, but do it in your own & keep the "man" out of it.

  • Auditor

    I got these BBQ peas that are bomb...have to get some more for sure

  • Auditor

    Lol me too I'm like huh!?!

  • Mel

    She can pretend all she want but she accepted the apology proposal so guess what boo boo yews that baby step mammy too

  • Auditor

    Sounds about right

  • SG

    That's sad! It's good that you've made your peace with the situation and not allowed it to affect your life going forward.

  • 100milesperhour

    LOL. See my comment below.

  • CaramelDrop

    Makes sense @TheRealLee

  • H-Town Girl

    Thanks SG!

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    They are the snapeas? the wasabi isn't good..

  • Wuts got Petty Davis Eyes..

    Then he needed to stay out the puzzy then.. if thats the case...

  • Fendi

    Pun intended?

  • Fendi

    Halleloooooooyeeeerrrrr!!! *praise twerks*

  • Auditor

    World peas Texas bbq....green peas

  • Readytochokemothernatureonout

    Know your worth is what Mom told me now I may have not listened in my 20's but 40's yes I've learned. The baby if true is innocent. Dwyane not at all.

  • the guest

    Gabby made a major sacrifice marrying Wade after the break baby. Gabby was to have Wade's next child. The break baby's mama has what Gabby doesn't and possibly may never have- Wade's child.

    I don't wish heartbreak on anyone. Gabby is hurting and slighting the break baby and pretending Wade's first wife's children are her own seems to make her feel better.

    But Gabby is party to taking a wife and mother's children away and that is a heartbreak far worse than her man having a break baby.

  • I cAll ThE sHoTs…

    Sounds right to me.

  • LordeAmbler

    Uh hah uh ha but she ain't wifey. Liking and marrying are two separate things. He like the sex but won't wife it. Sooooooo she only a good fck!

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    When I see Gabbie posting pics with his sons, minus the break baby, I want to ask her so bad wth is the other son? I give she and Wade 3 more years tops.

  • Unita Lucinda “Lucy” Freebush

    What if his mind/heart is on the other side of town with the "ain't wifey" and he tolerates and wifed his wife because he "messed up"?

  • SugarFoot a.k.a Ty

    Is there a marriage license on file yet :coffee:

  • SugarFoot a.k.a Ty

    I think she said she can't because she was raped :-(

  • Lulu

    She should include him and be as open to a relationship as possible. She is playing mama to his sons and a nephew already, so she can do it. It's NOT The Child's Fault his daddy gets around or his step mom is petty to a child. Sad part is she will take all of wade's crap because he extended her 15 minutes and took her from d list to b list. Always knew she was a self centered mean girl...

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    I don't think so. SM1 pulled my coattail on this fact a couple months ago. My slow behind thinking all cuz there was a wedding, they must be "married."

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    and something is eating at me about Wade having an average peen. Now, veteran readers of SR know I'm not a size queen, but one must wonder with concern.

  • SugarFoot a.k.a Ty

    Probably me lol been asking for months. One of the other blogs said it's nothing in IL, CA, or FL and it's public record

  • http://www.new-beginning-cna-training.com Lafaith

    Nope, and I am happily married. The baby mama has a hold on him. I knew it was going to happen. She never should have married him. That was a marriage for the stability of there images. Gabriel is very territorial and competitive. He knows it, she should have left him

  • LordeAmbler

    They still married. Baby mama still a side piece. Just like Jay he married bey but love Rihanna. Same shit.

  • mzwhang90210

    Wowwwww...now that's deep

  • ???

    I read a blind yesterday that said Dade is still creeping with the mother of the break baby.

  • lala

    thought it was a mistake like the nia and chris brown sitch

  • Chief Troll So Hard

    ????

  • Sincerity7

    Ouch!

  • Traceyindamiddle

    MAYBE SHE CANT HAVE KIDS???

  • Traceyindamiddle

    PREACH #YOUREAPWHATYOUSOE

  • Traceyindamiddle

    2FOR1....WAKES YOU UP AND CLEANSES YOU OUT AT THE SAME DAMN TIME!!

  • ihatethesebitches

    Wade is not faithful at all. When he would be at the Chicago Bears games i was at , he would always be in some girl's face. He tried to talk to my sister. Gabby looks like she's the ultimate bitch anyway. She probably runs him off anyway.

  • ihatethesebitches

    Yupp, her and Lauren London was screwing this man while he was with the first wife. I heard Lauren left because she found out about Gabby.
    Those Hollywood skanks are something else .

  • ?E?E?M?A

    Lauren London is like a door knob. Everyone has had a turn with her. Whenever I see her "acting" all I can think is what a slut.

  • Milf80

    Stick a fork in me I'm done!!! Lmao

  • hoochie?

    The kid didn't ask to be here. This makes me dislike her.

  • Monday

    Dang. Maybe that's why

  • middleagerant42

    STANDING OVATION..........Preach!