Yesha Callahan

Iyanla Will Try To Fix The Life of a Man With 34 Kids on OWN Series

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Jay Williams has 34 kids by 17 different women, and last year Iyanla Vanzant attempted to ‘fix his life’. Williams, who claimed to use condoms and refuses to get a vasectomy, appeared on the show and was lambasted by Vanzant. Apparently it wasn’t enough because Williams will now have his own series on OWN, starting in September.

“So let me ask you this question, Jay,” Vanzant said during the Fix My Life episode. “34 children. At any point, did it dawn on you this is too much?”

Of course, Williams was like ‘nah’.

And four of his children weren’t having it..but do you blame them?

In the new series Vanzant will attempt to help Williams become “the best father he can be” and one can only hope he doesn’t have any new babies by then.

  1. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    how is this any different than when they were trying to give lil scrappy a show? why are some networks so intent on glorifying black bastard-makers?

  2. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    Every time this comes up, I say give him a show, at least he can pay some child support. Beyond that, this man is pretty sad because that only thing about him that functions are his sex organs. His brain is clearly on an extended hiatus.

    If any of those 17 women knew anything about his track record, why would they drop their drawers for him?

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @Anthony

      this man has obviously committed his life to being a deadbeat. why give him a show that glorifies his choices rather than giving the women a show that lets them support the kids they’re raising on their own (not that i expect them to be any more charming than him)? or give a show directly to the kids that are old enough? why let him profit off his lack of self control & then force his families to keep chasing after money from him?

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @Me

        Giving the women a show works for me. I just want the kids to eat well.

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @Me

        I say put most of the money in a trust fund for the children and only give a portion to the mothers. The children could also use some mentors in addition to the mothers getting some type of intervention. When you think about it, it is just a mess all around. The cycle needs to be broken and I am afraid that some of the mothers in addition to Jay is a lost cause.

        • March 27, 2015 - Reply

          @Tajmarie

          Yes, it’s a harmful cycle, and a lot of people are super defensive about this type of topic.

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @Me

        in this these women are just as guilty as he is in creating this they knew his reputation and who he was.

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @Me

        I agree me.

      • March 30, 2015 - Reply

        @Me

        How about we give a show to a black man who is married to a black woman and raising their kids together under one roof while working through the daily nuances of life? Not a celebrity but a real couple w/some sort of interesting back story. That’s a show I’d watch.

        No one in that equation deserves a show; not the deadbeat dad or the deadbeat ladies that chose to lay down with him knowing his track record.

        • March 30, 2015 - Reply

          @Yvonne Chase

          To be fair, OWN does have the show on the McGhees. The mother and father are married.

        • March 30, 2015 - Reply

          @Yvonne Chase

          “How about we give a show to a black man who is married to a black woman and raising their kids together under one roof while working through the daily nuances of life” don’t you know that would be BLASPHEMY to most in the black community, they wouldn’t watch such show, if they did they would take it apart, mock it as something old fashion not reality not in today time and culture etc. they wouldn’t believe it possible to have a loving two parent head of household family, to them it’s got to be something wrong with it, they will equate it with the dysfunctional family in empire.

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @Anthony

      “If any of those 17 women knew anything about his track record, why would they drop their drawers for him?” Why because the only

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @TheBurningBush

        One thing is for sure, that he knew about his own reputation. He could have kept his legs closed, too.

        • March 27, 2015 - Reply

          @ALM247

          i guess what @Nehemiah53:disqus is saying is that we shouldn’t feel sorry for this guy or the 17 women involved in creating this mess. the women can’t complain and the guy can’t complain because they willingly created this mess of a situation for the kids.

          • March 28, 2015 - Reply

            @tigerthelion

            bravo wise, well balance and smart one, that’s exactly my point, he and all 17 women are responsible for this mess!

          • March 30, 2015 - Reply

            @tigerthelion

            WE shouldn’t. He is not our responsibility and neither are his kids. He’s an adult fully capable of making better choices. He chooses not to. He chooses to stay on a path of destruction. You would think he’d get a vasectomy. He hasn’t! They willingly created this mess!

        • March 28, 2015 - Reply

          @ALM247

          I agree, any responsible man would slow his roll long before he got to 17 kids!

      • March 28, 2015 - Reply

        @TheBurningBush

        I don’t have any doubt that a fair number of the moms in this case are horrible decision makers too.

        • March 28, 2015 - Reply

          @Anthony

          Anthony all of them did, he impregnated the women and the women made the decision to have the children to bring the children in to this mess, males do not have the ability to birth children, plus I have not heard non of them say he raped them so all of them are equally responsible for this mess.

          • March 28, 2015 - Reply

            @TheBurningBush

            I won’t go that far. I would have to know more than do now to condemn them all.

            • March 28, 2015 - Reply

              @Anthony

              no no no Anthony not condemnation we are talking reality here we shouldn’t let the sprit of gender bias or or wanting to make one gender feel privilege [they can do no wrong] cloud our judgment we have no problem in pointing out the failure and faults of our males rightfully so, but if we want our people to do better as men and you said you were a man we must not coward and have a problem in pointing out the faults or failures in our women without bias what’s right is right what wrong is wrong it is what it is because that is a reason we have these messes in the black community all over this country, this type of dysfunction [a consequence of a social practice or behavior pattern that undermines the stability of a social system] is in every black community in this country however on different scales [right here in Richmond there were a 15 year old boy who already had impregnated 4 different girls in the same school and they all knew of each other and he had a notch in his chain around his neck for each one, tell me what kind of mother and father he and those girls had?] it’s because to many of us coward and won’t call it what it is.

              • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                @TheBurningBush

                I did the MATH — 17 egg donors (NOT Mothers!) are RESPONSIBLE for child abuse and blatant disrespect of 34 fellow human beings (Children).

                Any and ALL outrage and vilification should be directed at the 17 and not this “1” individual who obviously could be nothing more than a sperm donor.

                WE women bring forth life and that makes US women responsible for choosing men who are “CAPABLE” of “FATHERhood”.

                This is an example of SLAVE behavior — Breeders for a Slavemaster. The 21st century slavemaster is perpetual poverty with dead end, low paying J.O.B.s (Jus Over Brokens — Spiritually, Emotionally, Mentally, Physically).

                • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                  @RaiseTheBar

                  you know that’s “blasphemy” in the black community don’t you LOL…. these people like to believe in a fairy tale and like to bury their heads in the sand, hide and play victim that’s precisely why the black community is in the sad condition it is in. I agree with everything you stated, your comment is right on point in every way and I don’t know why seemly sane well meaning people refuse to see and are afraid to address this for what it is, could it be they are hiding and got some kind if guilt and don’t want the light to be shined on them. You are exactly right, you used logic and plain on good common sense keep on being honest and truthful and maybe just maybe we can start a reality crusade of the truth and nothing but the truth, instead of always trying to make the wrong doers feel good and wake some of our brother and sisters up. More power to you.

                  • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                    @TheBurningBush

                    “…good common sense…”

                    That’s what I thought! I consider myself of “average” intelligence so when I “get it” I expect others not only to have gotten it, but to have done so light years ahead of me.

                    I am the by-product of an absentee Egg Donor. DAD and paternal grandmother were MOTHER to me and my siblings. Our FATHER “insisted” we think and were able to conduct ourselves (Survive/Thrive) outside of the 10 block radius in which we lived/existed. How can one do that if she/he is not open to a more Global “TRUTH”???

                    • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                      @RaiseTheBar

                      “How can one do that if she/he is not open to a more Global “TRUTH”???” They simply can not unless the are open to except “Truth” and the key word is truth. Right now the main problem in the black community in this case is a large percentage of black females have learn how to skillfully use victimhood to hide behind after willfully being dishonest, using poor judgment, poor discussion making and poor behavior and play the victim to hide their role in the mess they help created with the man.

                • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                  @RaiseTheBar

                  “Any and ALL outrage and vilification should be directed at the 17 and not this “1” individual who obviously could be nothing more than a sperm donor.”

                  This opinion is terrifying. Do not absolve this man of any of his responsibility in this mess. Nobody held him down and forced him to o anything. The mothers deserve heaps of criticism (for sure!), but at the very least they are there day in and day out, taking care of the people they created. That’s much more than you can say about the father.

                  • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                    @PurpNGold1

                    BREEDING of Fellow Human Beings (CHILDREN) is “terrifying”. NO fore-thought to being able to provide the best environment for a SOUL to spread her/his wings to take flight and soar to the highest heights — That to me is MOTHERhood.

                    “… at the very least…”

                    These fellow human beings (CHILDREN) are WORTHY of much, much, much more than any “very least” — That’s what we GOT from the SLAVEMASTER.

                    Let’s not confuse Egg Donors for Mothers and Sperm Donors for Fathers.

                    Mothers and Fathers are Individuals who can and do make commitments (via Behavior) for the “BEST” of circumstances for their offspring.

                    • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                      @RaiseTheBar

                      I don’t understand how you can say that all vilification should be directed at the mothers of these poor souls and not their father. How is it that they are more culpable in this mess than he is?

                      • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                        @PurpNGold1

                        The 1st thing a “MOTHER” will do is ascertain whether or not a “Sperm Donor” is capable of being a “Father” to her off-spring.

                        • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                          @RaiseTheBar

                          And as a woman should make wise decisions on whom she allows to impregnate her and under what circumstances, so should a man use wise decision making about whom he impregnates and under what circumstances.

                          My question isn’t ‘Are the mothers culpable?’ (they certainly are), but what is it- in your opinion- that absolves the father of his responsibility in the creation of this mess? Why do the women deserve all of our ire and the man none?

                          • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                            @PurpNGold1

                            “but what is it- in your opinion- that absolves the father of his responsibility in the creation of this mess?” NOTHING NO ONE EVERY SAID THE FATHER HAS NO RESPONSIBILITY IN THIS MESS. “Why do the women deserve all of our ire and the man none?” NO ONE EVERY SAID WOMEN DESERVE ALL OF OUR IRE AND MEN NONE no one every said that but what is fact and true MEN DO NOT HAVE CHILDREN, GOD DID NOT GIVE MEN THE ABILTY TO BEING LIFE INTO THIS WORLD ONLY WOMEN CAN now you can demonize the father all you want if it makes you feel good but the truth is the facts are those 17 women made the decision to bring 34 lives into this mess now that’s the reality of this mess.

                            • March 30, 2015 - Reply

                              @TheBurningBush

                              “GOD DID NOT GIVE MEN THE ABILTY TO BEING LIFE INTO THIS WORLD ONLY WOMEN CAN”

                              All Day!, Every Day!, 365 Days A Year! 366 Leap Days A Year!

                              More “basic” Math:

                              17 WOMAN—->Gave BIRTH to 34 Offspring
                              1 man—->Gave Birth to “0” offspring

                              It’s a “INSULT” to “FATHERS” to believe/think/refer to this “Individual” as a “Father” — He IS a “SPERM DONOR”.

                              • March 30, 2015

                                @RaiseTheBar

                                thank you I appreciate that, you are right and I won’t make that mistake again I will never call a SPERM DONOR A FATHER again because he is not a father. Thank you.

                          • March 30, 2015 - Reply

                            @PurpNGold1

                            “…absolves the father…”

                            “Father”???? To me, 34 offspring says “Sperm Donor” and it didn’t take 34 for that to be known.

                            Our Creator chose women to be the vessel/gateway for Fellow Human Beings (CHILDREN). To me, that makes US as women accountable to and for these human beings; whereas, for me, it is a waste of Creator-given energy to expect Fatherhood from an “Individual” who is obviously a “Sperm Donor” (the adage: You can’t get blood from a Stone — If you are trying to obtain a result from the wrong resource, you will fail); maybe “Sperm Donor” is all this Individual ever was and “Sperm Donor” is all this “Individual” can ever be. In TRUTH there was a point in time when these women KNEW this Individual — Sperm Material. If a “Sperm Donor” is all they needed, then their needs were met. Hopefully most of them have their “VILLAGES” in place to support them in nuturing these 34 SOULS. If they needed a “Father” for their offspring, “Sperm Donor” is NOT capable of being a “Father” for your offspring and you knew this TRUTH by his actions.

                            The SLAVEMASTERS needed Impregnators (Sperm Donors) — That’s all that was required of their human male stock — That’s all these men knew. This Sperm Donor is living/existing what he knows. If women want Fathers for their children then “Quality LIFE WORK” is required for a better understanding and selection of “Fathers” and NOT “Sperm Donors”.

                            • March 30, 2015 - Reply

                              @RaiseTheBar

                              Amen, you are a great teacher and coach we need much more of this honesty and wise counseling. Keep up the good work more power to you.

                              • March 30, 2015

                                @TheBurningBush

                                “…you are a great teacher and coach…”

                                SO, SADDD!!!, is the “Bar” really this Low???

                                Martin, Malcolm, Medgar DID NOT give their lives so that their people would STILL engage in this Slave Mentality and Slave Behavior in 21st Century America!
                                ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

                                This isn’t even the Message I bring for Our People. My Message is that the MATH and SCIENCES will be Our Salvation.

                                My Special Gift is My Money Management / Financial Savviness. Others Have and CAN give Much, Much More but OUR OWN will not be the Beneficiaries if WE continue to Choose NOT to do the QUALITY LIFE WORK Each and Every One of US Must Do.

                              • March 30, 2015

                                @RaiseTheBar

                                “SO, SADDD!!!, is the “Bar” really this Low???” YES all you got to do to know this is read the comments of black people on the web, listen to black talk radio, look at the talking heads on MSNBC, listen to the black educated elites, listen to popular black preachers then look at the condition in the black community it’s as if somebody or so group has cast a dumb or stupid spell over them but you keep on doing what you are doing.

                              • March 30, 2015

                                @TheBurningBush

                                Was not permitted to post the link — HOPEFULLY Clutch will Allow this post.

                                “…as if somebody or so group has cast a dumb or stupid spell over them…”

                                ZEITGEIST!!!

                                PROFITING by exploiting human suffering! — Start children off early with the poorest of eating habits — Medical Professionals and Pharmaceutical Companies pockets get fatter from diabetics and medicating hyper children from “Sugar Addiction” with Ritalin. Incarceration is a big money maker.

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                                Was not permitted to post the link — hopefully Clutch will allow this:

                                Pass This On:
                                ZEITGEIST: Moving Forward
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                                watch?v=4Z9WVZddH9w

                        • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                          @RaiseTheBar

                          bravo BUT NOT IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY

              • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                @TheBurningBush

                This, “See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil” double-standard when it comes to the Destructive Mis-behavior of the women in our communities serves ONLY to make OUR communities not worthy of being taken seriously on a National and GLOBAL stage.

                A “honest” conversation towards resolution of this SLAVE mentality and behavior would be getting to the root of why these women and women like them are engaging in this mis-behavior.

                I do not and will not co-sign to a verbal attack on this “1” Individual, who is male, who is black and I’m guessing is a descendant of American Slaves.

                • March 28, 2015 - Reply

                  @RaiseTheBar

                  I agree I have been saying this for a long while now and I won’t back down because I am a male I have been called everything but a child of god including my comments have been deleted but I will not stop because I love black women as well as black men and I know black women also need to know the bitter truth, take responsibility and held accountable for poor decision making, poor judgment and mis-behavior just like black men if we are ever going to reverse this pathetic, dysfunctional situation the black community is in, it would be comical if it weren’t so sad.

          • March 30, 2015 - Reply

            @TheBurningBush

            And some of the idiot women are still fighting over him and want to be with him.

            • March 30, 2015 - Reply

              @Yvonne Chase

              You are right, thanks, I thought so and was willing to bet on it because I know these type of black people but I wouldn’t say it because they would call me a sexist and a misogynist if I say it but if you say it they will ask you why then you can explain to them why and hopefully they will find understanding and that’s our goal to wake our people up. Thank you and RaiseTheBar for tell the unpopular truth.

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @Anthony

      Anthony, your comment also appears to be a popular opinion online. I actually don’t think that all of the women knew about each other.

      Atlanta is a large city. It is possible for a person to date around for a minute without the women running into each other.

      I do think that once he had a baby with woman # 4 or 5, then the other women should have known what was up. Mothers #6 through #17 are missing something in the self esteem department to cosign this nonsense.

      Also, who is to ensure that his children get the money? Per the previous Iyanla episodes on this guy, he has a good job in production. If he wasn’t paying his child support before, then he probably won’t pay it now. A new six or seven figure job is not going to fix him. His problem isn’t his wallet. His problems are his mindset and his attitude.

  3. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    Garnish dem checks…

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @PurpNGold1

      I second that motion!

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @PurpNGold1

      They need to lavish so many jobs on him to the point that he is too tired to make any more babies.

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @PurpNGold1

      maybe the mothers have very well paying jobs and don’t need his money.

  4. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    Terrible decision. This dude seemed disingenuous on the Iyanla show and will continue to seem like loser on his own show “pretending” to give a damn about the poor children he fathered. OWN is capitalizing on this depraved black man.

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @CAsweetface

      Yes, he was something else. He is a con artist.

  5. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    Black folks where’s the outrage now? Oxygen was considering giving rapper Shawty Lo a TV show featuring his fiance’ and 50-11 kids and baby mamas. And, some Black folks started petitions and got the show dropped before it started. Now, what’s different about that show and this one that Oprah is putting on her network? Since Oprah is giving this guy a show I bet many of you all will co-sign this. ‪#‎allskinaintkin‬

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @Kamala Jones

      Nope. I don’t co-sign this. Another petition should be started.

    • March 28, 2015 - Reply

      @Kamala Jones

      By the way, Kamala, you can start the petition and send us the link. Thanks

      • March 28, 2015 - Reply

        @ALM247

        I’ll start that mf.

      • March 28, 2015 - Reply

        @ALM247

        change-dot-org
        oprah-stop-any-future-possible-reality-show-for-jay-williams-the-father-of-34-children-with-17-women-after-he-s-glorified-on-iyanla-vanzant-s-fix-my-life-these-next-3-weeks

    • March 30, 2015 - Reply

      @Kamala Jones

      Thank you for saying that. I think everything about this is DISGUSTING! Why is he getting a show? For RATINGS! That’s all Oprah and Iyanla seem to care about these days. Why are we rewarding his bad behavior? Where is the petition? If he wants to “Fix his life,” he can fix it off camera. I won’t watch.

  6. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    I am sorry I don’t see much fixing to this, 34 kids by 17 different women with very little income at best all he can do is do what best financially for the young children and himself going forward he cannot change the pass all he can do is do the best he can going forward.

  7. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    I have heard of this story before. Certainly, he has to fulfill his own responsibilities. I respect both points of view on this issue. There is always the risk that the establishment of a new show will undoubtedly exploit his deadbeat behavior. His story is definitely a lesson about how we need to care for our community and it represents the truth that we have work to do in improving our families in general. There is no justification for the man’s mistakes and he has work to do. Hopefully in the future, he can learn lessons (and be a better human being), but displaying a new show about his life has huge risks. The most important thing is to promote the well being of the children. The children need all of the legitimate support and love that they deserve.

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

      Actually, he did have a three show segment with Iyanla followed by (almost a month later) a two-day segment of other “dead-beat” dads. I don’t know the date of the article. However, in an article in the Grio, one of the oldest daughters wrote an open letter to Iyanla stating that the only thing that she did was to give him the validation and attention that he desired, therefore excusing his behavior. In many ways, I had agreed. However, other posters on the site stated that despite what he may or may not have done as their father, the show was about fixing HIS life, not theirs or their mothers. Therefore, in a way, she is giving him what he wants while she is probably running the series for ratings. For the most part, it would be nice if they (Oprah) could provide or build a trust fund for all of the children and at least make him accountable for raising the youngest five. However, I am doubtful that will occur.

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @Tajmarie

        A trust fund is an excellent idea. I remember the previous shows with Iyanla featuring the father too. The deal is that I haven’t heard much of the details of the show, because I didn’t watch the shows. I only heard of the story from Internet stories. I have total pity for his children, because they are going to experience long term situations. Even his oldest children have raised concerns and his story shows exactly what not to do in terms of handling human responsibilities.

  8. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    Why are we still talking about this disgraceful man?

    And who life has she ever really changed anyway?

    • March 30, 2015 - Reply

      @G

      Exactly! The only life she’s changed is her own with the paychecks she receives from this fraud of a show. #notafanofherorthisshow

      • March 30, 2015 - Reply

        @Yvonne Chase

        She has sparked a conversation within the community, which most don’t want to deal with. Although these circumstances are extreme, there are common themes. The cycle continues on a smaller scale but large volume in the black community. This is an issue of the black woman as it is an issue of the black man.
        Keeping these issues on the low will only perpetuate it. I’m not for exploiting, but Inyanla hit on some key points from the parental relationships to self esteem in women.
        If this gets the conversation going to address this issue I’m all for it rather than hiding from it.

      • March 30, 2015 - Reply

        @Yvonne Chase

        I agree.

        I hate to say this, but Iyanla is starting to look like a fraud.

  9. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    I thought they did this before and she couldn’t help because he thought Iyanla had ambushed him and he was not open to counseling from her and fixing the problem. The women knew about each other i believe if memory serves me right

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @Mary Burrell

      He’s a con artist. Back when he was originally on Iyanla’s show, one of his older daughters wrote an open letter where she revealed that he told her and her siblings that he was trying to get a reality show. He planned this entire thing…..being paid for being a living, breathing stereotype.

      If you run a search on the site “Straight from the A”, the letter should be in the blog’s archives.

      • March 28, 2015 - Reply

        @ALM247

        Wow. And it worked.

      • March 30, 2015 - Reply

        @ALM247

        Stevie Wonder could see he is a con man during that entire interview.

      • March 30, 2015 - Reply

        @ALM247

        @ALM247: I do remember reading the open letter from the daughter who in my opinion was very eloquent and mature young lady.

    • March 28, 2015 - Reply

      @Mary Burrell

      stuff like this is in every black community in this country mostly not at this scale and most of the time the women knows about the mans reputation and his history and they know about each other and they still choose to have a baby by these men.

  10. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    I was hoping that this was an untrue rumor.

    I am very disappointed in Oprah for this.

    What purpose does this serve?

    On the original million part mini series on this guy, they said that he was a successful producer in Atlanta. He had a steady income. Throwing money at him is not going to solve his problems.

    The only thing that Oprah should have paid for was a vasectomy.

    I watched the original mini series, and this guy was arrogant and condescending.

    He refuses to use condoms and refuses to get a vasectomy.

    If for no other reason, the pain on his older children’s faces should have woken him up.

    This boy (not man) is the textbook definition of both immature and irresponsible.

    He blamed his father’s issues completely on his mother.

    I believe that deep down inside he really HATES women.

    By the end of the miniseries he was speaking down to the other fathers as if he was some sort of fertility life coach. That really bothered me.

    I kept watching because I was looking for some sort of redeeming quality in him, and I couldn’t find anything.

    Then I looked at some of the online commenters who made each and every excuse in the book for him……Some of the commenters are quick to forgive this irresponsible jerk, but they can’t get along with Keisha in the next cubicle. I guess this is the pool of women who will become the next set of mothers, because it doesn’t look like the word celibacy is in this guy’s vocabulary.

    • March 28, 2015 - Reply

      @ALM247

      Ratings.
      *Singing all I wanna say is, they don’t really care about us*

  11. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    after watching this episode of Iyanla, i just could not put all the blame on this male. the 17 women he became involved with had the option to care for and protect themselves. some of these women had multiple children by this man.

    • March 28, 2015 - Reply

      @Rizzo

      Just some of them?

    • March 30, 2015 - Reply

      @Rizzo

      And they’re lucky if a child or two is all they got…

      • March 30, 2015 - Reply

        @Delia

        @Delia: IKR, what about STD or AIDS

  12. March 28, 2015 - Reply

    I’m sure that 34 kids are divided among all 17 bms. But if NOT, I would LOVE to meet babymama number 3 (just picking at random) who had one kid, then realized this dude wasn’t ish. Give her a reality show!

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