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By now you've seen the viral video of a woman going off on her son's father for bringing only his son a McDonald's meal.

The mother-of-four was outraged that her son's father didn't bring enough McDonald's food for her other three kids.

The debate continues to rage on social media, as men and women choose sides along gender lines.

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4-time world champion boxer Adrien Broner weighed in on the controversy. "I got time today," the father-of-six said in a YouTube video.

"In all reality, I say she's wrong, because at the end of the day, that ain't that ni**a kids. He ain't on child support for them mf kids. So, you can't expect him to go feed yo' babies. Ok, y'all was together. Ok, then that's different... But once y'all break up, that sh*t is over with. His only responsibility is his kid. Real talk."

Adrien said he would've fed the other children out of the goodness of his heart.

However, he pointed out that all men aren't required to feed another man's children.

He shamed the baby mama, saying she shouldn't have children by multiple fathers.

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Lisa, a single mom of four, went viral after she recorded herself throwing away her son's McDonald's meal because his father didn't bring enough food for all of her kids.

Lisa didn't expect the backlash that followed after she tried to "expose" her baby's daddy for bringing lunch for his son, but not her other three kids.

On Wednesday, she recorded a TikTok video responding to the public backlash.

She explained that the father of her youngest child fed her other 3 children McDonald's while they were together. But after they broke up, he stopped treating her other children to Happy Meals.

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Now she's bitter because he brings McDonald's meals for his son - who he's responsible for.

"All my other kids knew him," she explained.

"He was buying them McDonald's when we were together. My kids have to go through a transition of our break up as well... So now my kids have to see only one of their siblings get McDonald's and not the rest of them?"

She continued:

"And they know it's coming from you because, of course... me and you used to be together. They used to see you, you used to do it for them. But now you don't want to do that for them anymore. Like, to me that's petty. That's petty, like, it's not fair. You're not gonna give one child McDonald's and not all the other kids McDonald's."

She added:

"I don't care what everybody else have to say about it. Y'all could judge me. Oh well, I could be the villain, but I said what I said! Like, if you can't bring everybody McDonald's, then can't nobody have McDonald's then, periodt!"

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The Internet is debating a viral video that shows "Lisa," a mother-of-four, arguing with one of her baby daddies for bringing a McDonald's meal for his son, but nothing for her other 3 kids.

Rather than thank him for providing for his son, she threatens to "expose" him for not feeding her other kids.

"It ain't more than enough food in that bag for everybody," she yells, as he arrives with a McDonald's meal and a drink for his son.

"That don't look enough for all my kids!" she says. "What about my other kids?"

"What about your other kids? They ain't my kids," he responded.

"But them yo' kid's siblings though," she snaps back. "My other kids finna be left out..."

"You didn't feed them?" he asked her.

At some point, he asked Lisa to send his son downstairs to the car to eat his sandwich. He said the boy could eat in his room - away from the other children - or eat in his car.

He also told her that he is only responsible for his child, and she should call the other fathers to feed their own kids.

After some intense back and forth arguing, Lisa grabbed the bag and drink out of his hands and tossed them on the ground.

Her frustrated baby daddy got back in his car and left. Hopefully, he drove straight to the courthouse to file for custody of his son.

The video proves why Lisa is raising her four children as a single mother.

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Happy Mother's Day to mothers, grandmothers, and stepmothers on your special day. We Love you and Honor you.

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We celebrate the mother and grandmothers who are no longer with us. Thank you for inspiring us, giving us strength and putting us on the right path to success in life. You are our pillar of strength. You will always remain in our hearts.

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For those of you who aren't moms but you opened your hearts and homes to children of another mother, we salute you and praise you.

Bee Empowered, Inc. sent this special Mother's Day Prayer for you! Enjoy your special day!

Dear Lord, Bless every mother, grandmother and mother figure with the finest of your spiritual blessings today. Confirm in her heart and spirit the work of her hands and the love that she has so freely given to those children under your care. Validate her worth daily so she has no reason to doubt whether she is loved, valued, and cherished.Your love, and the seeds you have shown go unnoticed! You are loved and so truly appreciated!Happy Mother's Day!

 

 

 
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Rapper Quavo is giving back by providing financial support for 25 Atlanta-based mothers through the Tender Foundation.

The GRAMMY® Award-nominated multi-platinum hip-hop superstar Quavo and apparel brand, Legends proudly presented the 2022 annual Huncho Day celebrity charity football game on Saturday April 30, 2022 at FCF Campus at Pullman Yards.

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This year, Quavo donated $150,000 to the Tender Foundation.

The Tender Foundation will pay rent and utilities for 25 mothers.

Jaycina Almond, Founder of Tender Foundation said, "At Tender, we're bridging the financial gap and providing a safety net for single moms living on the margins here in Atlanta. Our core programming consists of emergency bill pay assistance with rent, utilities, and childcare; providing Grocery store gift cards and operating a diaper bank. Now, with Quavo's help, we're able to pilot a new initiative called The Bridge."

The Bridge is a guaranteed income program founded on the premise that every mother deserves the opportunity to parent without the stress of survival. The Bridge is a step toward establishing equity and disrupting generational poverty for Black women and their families.

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Amara La Negra
is a first time mom at age 31. The Miami native gave birth to premature twin girls in March.

The Love & Hip-Hop: Miami star, born Diana Danelys De Los Santos, left the hospital over the weekend without her babies.

In a video livestreamd on Instagram, the bilingual reality TV star explained in English and Spanish that she was pumping breast milk for her twin girls before leaving the hospital without them.

Amara fought back tears as she explained that her twins have to stay in the neonatal intensive care unit for a few more days.

The singer, dancer and actress announced her pregnancy in November. She and Allan Mueses welcomed their twins on March 23, 2022.

"No matter what My Mommy and Daddy Love Us! And That's The Only Thing That Matters," Amara wrote in an Instagram post.

In a PEOPLE digital cover story, Amara revealed she will be raising her twins as a single mother.

She was raised by her single mom, who immigrated to the United States from the Dominican Republic.

"I will be a single mother. I know my babies will depend on me. Father is not the one who makes the child but the one who raises it. In time, if God grants me the blessing of finding the right man, one who supports me, who accepts me with my children, then Amen, he will be well received. But I feel blessed, and I am so happy that I sometimes forget that (I'll be a single mom). I'm more focused on my babies."

Despite her message, Amara knows that a father is crucial in a girl's early development.

According to Hello Beautiful, Allen was in the delivery room with Amara when their twins were born.

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Keyshia Cole says her New Year's resolution for 2022 is to abstain from sex for the entire year.

"I'm tackling celibacy this entire next year," she tweeted on Sunday.

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Her tweet generated hundreds of hilarious responses, including one lady who advised her idol to buy an adult suction toy.

"I hope you buy you a good Rose to help with that celibacy. Good Luck!"

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Keyshia responded, "What's a rose??"

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Keyshia previously touched on the celibacy subject in an interview with VladTV.

"I'm just a little tired of the drama, and I just need to focus, I feel like, on my career and my styling without all the cloudiness of people ringing my phone, or me ringing someone else's, or worrying, period, about anything else besides what I've got going on."

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Keyshia was married to NBA star Daniel Gibson from May 2011 until May 2017. They share 11-year-old son Daniel Jr. She also dated aspiring singer Niko Khale from 2018-2020. They welcomed her second son on August 1, 2019. Keyshia and Niko went their separate ways in October 2020.

The late feminist author and poet bell hooks once said celibacy is the ultimate expression of feminism and sexual freedom.

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Saweetie went viral over the weekend when she tweeted: "I want some babies."

The childless rapper will turn 29 next summer.

Her post was liked 29,000 times and drew nearly 2,000 comments from men eager to volunteer.

Among the plethora of males offering their services was prolific breeder Nick Cannon.

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The 41-year-old father-of-7 tweeted a string of emojis including a raised hand and a ninja warrior.

The "Icy Grl" rapper, who recently dated rapper Quavo, has said she wants to remain single following their bitter breakup earlier this year.

Saweetie is focusing on building wealth rather than wasting time on relationships with emotionally unavailable men.

Women with financial means, like Saweetie, have many options. She can freeze her eggs and pay a surrogate to carry her child.

Don't be surprised if Saweetie announces she's a single mom of twins soon.
 

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A Father's Day ad by a Minnesota-based group is recruiting "a few good men" to help resurrect the two-parent black family.

"We hope you're having a Happy Father's Day. In our lifetime, the black family has declined from approximately 80 percent two-parent to 80 percent fatherless homes without one national initiative to reverse the trend – until now!"

The ad was created by TakeCharge board President Kendall Qualls and members of the organization. The organization rejects Black Lives Matter and the current woke culture, including Critical Race Theory.

The Black family disintegrated in the 1960s and '70s due to welfare programs that forced Black men out of the home.

Black single women became pregnant in order to earn more welfare checks per child, thereby deteriorating the Black family even more.

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In the 1960s, 80% of Black families were led by males. Today, 80% of Black households are led by single mothers.

The group created the Twin Cities campaign to return the black community to its glory, "cultural roots of faith, family, and education."

Qualls, a former U.S. army officer and high-ranking executive of Fortune 100 healthcare companies, told Breitbart News in early June his message that "America – and the idea of America – works" is central to the efforts of TakeCharge.

"If it can work for a guy like me, who started his life in Harlem, New York, as a kid, then later lived in a trailer park in Oklahoma,” he said. "And I tell people, 'Look, I've been called trailer trash, ghetto kid, and a lot worse. But, in this country, where you start in life is not where you have to stay in life."

"And that message resonates with people," Qualls said.

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Father's Day is this Sunday, June 20, a time for children to show their dads how much they love and appreciate them.

While the holiday pales in comparison to Mother's Day, experts say fathers are more important to a child's development than mothers.

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Radio host Steve Harvey, a father of four, said this about Father's Day: "Father's Day dwarfs in comparison to Mother's Day. It's actually embarrassing. Ain't no restaurants sold out..."

And radio personality Ryan Cameron, a father of three, said Father's Day is the most disrespected holiday - and he's tired of the disrespect.

If you are a successful businesswoman, your father probably had a lot to with the direction you've taken in life.

According to childcare experts, there are many factors that influence a young girl’s future, and a good dad is the key to success

Research has shown a strong father-daughter bond may play an important role in the kind of woman a little girl grows up to be.

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Girls who had hands-on fathers during their early stages of development grew up to be healthier physically, were less likely to be depressed, and were less likely to become pregnant during their high school or college years.

[Read: Abandonment issues: how it affects your relationship]

More than 1 in 4 children in America live in a fatherless home. 3 out of 4 children are raised in single mother households in the Black community.

But there is good news.

A recent study shows dads are spending more time with their children today than they did two generations ago.

A father's love is key to the way daughters view relationships with other men. If a father isn't there during a daughter's formative years, his absence can cause drama in her life later on.

[READ: The 11 types of girls you need to avoid at all costs]

Happy Father's Day!
 

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Rapper NBA YoungBoy dumped Iyanna 'Yaya' Mayweather for another Instagram model before YaYa welcomed the couple's son.

Yaya took to Instagram on Saturday to share a photo of the newborn baby's foot. "From the very moment you arrived, I felt something new inside," she wrote, quoting Queen Naija's song "Mama's Hand."

"I developed a love that was so unconditional and I promise to give you everything that I have."

Yaya hasn't announced the name of her first child.

Champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr., 43, probably wanted more for his youngest daughter than for her to be a single mom at age 20.

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Yaya was arrested in April 2020 for stabbing one of YoungBoy's 7 baby mamas during a heated confrontation at NBA YoungBoy's home.

Jacobs, 35, suffered multiple lacerations to her arm.

Yaya's half-siblings are Zion, 19, Koraun, 21, and Jirah, 17. Yaya's mother is boutique owner Melissia Brim, 45.
 

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Kanye West is reportedly "sad, but okay" over his impending divorce from socialite Kim Kardashian.

According to PEOPLE, a source close to the couple says Kim is delaying filing divorce papers to figure out a way to protect the couple's four children during the divorce process.

"He knows that she's done. She has had enough, and she told him that she wants some space to figure out her future," a source told PEOPLE, adding that Kanye is waiting to be served with the divorce papers.

Meanwhile, the single mom has dropped subtle hints of her single status all along. She recently shared a photo of her naked ring finger as well as a sleepover with another divorcee, La La Anthony.

Your auntie told you last year, Kim and Kanye have been living separately for at least a year with Kanye spending the majority of his time in Wyoming while she was in Calabasas with their 4 children, North, 7, Saint, 5, Chicago, 2, and 1-year-old Psalm.

Kim, who kept divorce maven Laura Wasser, on Speed dial for years, began seriously considering filing months ago during the Covid-19 lockdowns.

Kim and Kanye tied the knot on May 24, 2014 after dating for several years.

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Khloe Kardashian has apparently accepted Tristan Thompson's cheating ways. Khloe and Tristan have dated on and off since 2016. They share a 2-year-old daughter, True Thompson.

They first broke up in 2018 when footage of the NBA star kissing another woman went viral.

This week, Khloe, 36, cracked jokes about Tristan's philandering while she was in quarantine after she tested positive for Covid-19.

She created a female out of a pillow which she named "Quarantina." Then she called Tristan to introduce him to her new friend.

"This is quarantina… I know how much you like other women, so...," she said.

A surprised Tristan replied: "Oh wow!"

Later Khloe praised 29-year-old Tristan for being attentive to her and True, while h*e hopping.

"I'm so thankful that Tristan has been here to help me take care of True. And then he'll just make me some food and leave it outside my door. Even though we're not together, we're just really good friends and I'm really, really grateful for that."

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Kelly Rowland is doing everything in her power to ensure her son Titan's childhood is more "stable" than her own.

The 39-year-old single mom grew up as the daughter of Doris who left Kelly's abusive alcoholic father, Christopher, when Kelly was six years old.

Doris then took on a job as a nanny to make ends meet for Kelly, but the disruptive nature of the role meant the former Destiny's Child star felt insecure as a child.

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Now that she is single, having split from her estranged husband, Tim Weatherspoon, last year, Kelly is determined to ensure her 5-year-old son Titan has a happy and secure childhood.

"I felt like as a kid, my mom had this job - she was a nanny," Kelly told Extra TV. "That moved her around a lot... I just wanted it to be stable a little more. With him - he doesn't really have to want for anything."

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Titan's father, Tim, is still a big part of his life -- which is very important -- but Kelly has primary custody of her son since she is the main breadwinner.

"I'm working my butt off for [Titan], and his life is going to be different from mine, period," Kelly told Extra TV.

Kelly home schools Titan while schools are closed during the coronavirus pandemic. But the job is much harder than she ever anticipated. The "Coffee" singer laughs that teachers definitely need a raise once the lockdown is over.

"I'm scratching my head, because sometimes you go through that whole phase, 'I'm not a teacher, oh, I'm doing good at this, no, I don't have the patience for this.' Teachers need a raise, so many things!" she said.

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Brandy dropped a new single to honor single mothers, entitled "Baby Mama" featuring Chance The Rapper. Brandy said the inspiration for the song is her 17-year-old daughter, Sy'rai Iman Smith.

"The inspiration for Baby Mama was of course my daughter and how she makes me a better person. I wanted to do a song about her and speak to all baby mama's out there that may feel like they can't make it or they can't push through, you know, if you use your child as an inspiration you can do anything and I want to everybody to feel that. I have to give Chance The Rapper a huge shout out, he spit a really really dope verse on it and I’m so pleased with it. – Love, Brandy."

The music video was directed by celebrity photographer Derek Blanks with creative direction by Frank Gatson. Gatson is the friend who called 911 the night of Jussie Smollett's unfortunate career-ending incident in Chicago last year.

Brandy is asking for donations to Homes for the Holidays, part of Warrick Dunn Charities to benefit single parent families in need.

Homes for the Holidays partners with affordable housing providers to reduce the financial burden on single parent homeowners by fully furnishing their new house, providing down payment assistance, and stocking the pantry with food and other household necessities. Since 1997, "Homes for the Holidays" has rewarded 177 single parents and 477 children and dependents.