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Rapper Joey BADA$$ (left) returned to Twitter after a long hiatus to spark controversy with his first tweet.

Joey weighed in on Tristan Thompson's paternity drama after the 30-year-old NBA star confessed to fathering a child with a fitness trainer.

The baby boy, who was born in Dec. 1, is Tristan's 3rd child by three women (that we know of).
 
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Joey, who last tweeted on Nov. 13, called Tristan a gyalis -- a Jamaican patois term for a player or a man who enjoys more than one female partner at a time.

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Joey tweeted:

"Tristian Thompson gotta stop being a sorry ass n***a. Tell Khloe you're a f****** gyalist and you need more than one woman. Straight up. Whats so hard about being honest with our women fellas? F*** this western bulls**t. Relationships should be expansive and beneficial for all [sic]."

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Joey followed up his tweet by explaining that men should be honest with women about their true nature.

"Most of us have been in polyamorous relationships our whole lives. The only difference is we weren't honest about it. But if you've ever been sexually involved with someone non-exclusively, guess what, you're polyamorous."

Joey is right: men are naturally polygamous. It's in the Bible that men should be fruitful and multiply. But that doesn't fly in today's female-dominated society.

Joey's female followers were mostly in disagreement.

"Jessica" wrote:

"Loud and WRONG! Polyamory - means many loves. You're not in a polyamorus relationship if you are not honest you're simply a cheater.

You're only in a polyamorus relationship if all partners are consenting and intentional in the relationships."

 

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Dr. Umar Johnson is off the market. The famed psychologist tied the knot with two beautiful women over the weekend.

Johnson married the two women after giving a speech, according to EURweb. In an Instagram video, Johnson got down on his knees as he put a ring on each of the women's fingers.

One of the women graciously held the other sister wife's bouquet while Johnson put a ring on her finger.

The 47-year-old clinical psychologist then embraced his wives. Later, he stood between the beaming brides as the crowd cheered.

Johnson is among the ranks of Black men who choose nontraditional relationships such as polygamy in a society where women outnumber men.

In a 2017 interview with EURweb's Lee Bailey, Johnson said:

"Because we are self-hating people, we love nothing more than conflict and a good fight between each other. That's why any time something negative occurs it gets way more attention than something positive."

Johnson, who is also founder and president of the National Independent Black Parent Association (NIBPA), said:

"I'm on a mission to unite African people, and to wake up black parents as it relates to their obligations to protect their children inside these houses of sin, otherwise known as public schools. The war against black boys is one of the major crises facing black America. So being an activist and being a school psychologist, I'm able to bring both my walks of life together to try to aid and benefit the struggle of my people."

 

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Comedian and TV host Nick Cannon, a father-of-six, is expecting his 7th child by his 4th baby mama.

Over the weekend, former Wild 'N Out model Alyssa Scott confirmed she is expecting Nick's baby.

She shared a Father's Day photo on her Instagram story that shows Nick embracing her growing baby bump.

She captioned the image: "Celebrating you today [heart emoji]."

Last month, Alyssa sparked rumors when she shared a since-deleted Instagram photo of her heavily pregnant belly with the caption "Zen Cannon."

Last week, Nick, 40, and harem member, DJ Abby De La Rosa, 30, welcomed twin boys, Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir (rhymes with millionaire).

Nick and ex-wife Mariah Carey share 10-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, His ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell bore him a son, Golden Cannon, 4, and a daughter, Powerful Queen, 5 months.

The Nickelodeon star and Wild 'N Out host vowed to lavish money and material things on women who carry his babies to term.

Polygamy is rare outside of the wealthy ruling class. In Islam, a sign of a man's wealth and prosperity is the number of children and households he can afford to support.

Below is an updated list of prolific breeders in hip-hop:

*DMX (15 children by 9 women)
*Ol' Dirty Bastard (13 kids by as many women)
*Shawty Lo (11 children by 10 women)
Peter Gunz (10 kids by at least 4 women)
Chief Keef (9 children by 8 baby mamas)
Master P (9 children by at least 2 women)
*Eazy-E (9 kids by 6 women)
Bizzy Bone (9 kids by 4 women)
NBA YoungBoy (8 children by at least 7 women)
Boozie Badazz (8 kids by at least 5 women)
The-Dream (8 kids by 4 women)
Yung Joc (8 kids by 4 women)
Moneybagg Yo (8 children by 4 women)
Nick Cannon (7 children by 4 women)
Lil Durk (7 kids by 6 women)
Dr. Dre (7 or 8 kids by 5 women)
Fetty Wap 7 kids by 6 women)
T.I. (7 children by three women)
Flavor Flav (7 children by 3 women)
Young Thug (6 kids by 4 women)
Sean Combs (6 kids by 3 women)
Jay Z (5 children by 3 women)
Future Hendrix (at least 5 kids by 5 women)

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Syndicated radio host Rickey Smiley took calls from listeners who weighed in on singer/songwriter Akon's controversial comments on monogamous relationships.

In a recent interview, the 40-year-old Senegalese singer, who is reportedly married to multiple women, said monogamy is not only "stupid"; it's "impossible."

"I don't know no one woman that can satisfy every man's one need. It's impossible. Just like there's no man that can satisfy a woman's every need," said Akon. He added: "Women just aren't built to breed like that or... mate with more than one partner. Women aren't built that way, men are."

Of course Akon is correct. Since the beginning of time man has evolved by mating with multiple women to ensure the survival of future generations.

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