As a product of a single parent household, I know what it's like to be raised by a strong female and am living proof that it doesn't take a man to raise one. My mother gave birth to me at age 16 on our front hallway steps, and three college degrees later, I can safely say I came out fine.
This being said, I have tremendous respect for women (not hoes) but have no qualms in saying the following:
"Single mothers, shut the f**k up and stop bragging about how much adversity you've overcome!" No one cares. It's been done before. What..? Do you want a congratulatory certificate for spreading your legs and laying down with a deadbeat? Next time use better judgement...beyyotch. "
Oh man...I can smell the Hate festering already... I guess, however, dealing with peoples' reactions to my seemingly insensitive comments is part of my daily job as a Blogger, and self proclaimed 'Mr. Keep it 100.' Ladies, (those of you in disagreement of course), we can agree to disagree...or you can just shut the f**k up, drop the sob stories and quit whining about how men aren't sh*t.
Maybe, just maybe....your child's father left because you are crazy and or psycho. If this is the case, I am not going to applaud you for being the catalyst in the destruction of what could have been a happy family. As a matter of fact, I'm going to even go a step further and tell you that in the same way men should be ashamed to say they're "babysitting their own child," women should not be saying "I'm a strong sister, I haven't had any help and I raised a good, smart child!" Well duh...what the f**k? Were you supposed to raise a badass idiot thug, or miniature prostitute? Also, if you're so f**king independent then get off state assistance and let a ni**a get that EBT card...Holla.
Male or female, young or old, I'm sure you've been in a room with a 'strong single mother.' If these so-called Superwomen are so strong, then why are the always trying to solicit sympathy and or handouts? I keep it 100. I do not believe in handouts...that's what prostitution is for. LOL.
Nevertheless, these attention starved women constantly make it a point to display their "I am woman, hear me roar" ethos while their children are at their grandmamas house! Stop frontin! I've seen plenty a single mother shakin her budankadonk in the club, knowin damn well her mother is waiting for her to come pick up their child. I always keep quiet on the subject, however, because as tryfling as some of these 'mothers' actually are, they may start leaving their kids in the car or outside with the bouncer while they proceed to bore ni**as in the club to death, with Joan of Arc-esque stories of how strong they are.
Ladies....have you ever heard of the concept of not "tooting your own horn (no homo)? More importantly, have you taken the time to tell your son or daughter how proud of them you are for overcoming the f**ked up situation that YOU put him or her in? I mean sheeeeesh...We're already being born with the stigma of dark skin, can you at least give us a fighting f**king chance?
Get it? Chance....Come on!!!
Ahhhh. I see eyes opening up now and my seemingly incoherent rant on single motherhood is starting to make sense. I kid you not, the "single mother act" is getting old. If anyone wants to hear about a woman overcoming tragedy he or she will turn on a lifetime original movie. I almost feel bad in saying this, but listening to your life story is almost as painful as listening to fingernails on a chalkboard or a fat girl talk about how much weight she's lost. Sure the end result is a beautiful thing, but the process which lead you to such result is something I could care less about. As a matter of fact, the next time a woman starts up her monologue of self-richeousness, I am going to channel my inner 'Smokey from Friday' and hit her ass with the classic one liner "I--Dont---Give a fuuuuuuuuuuuuk."
In the end, don't get upset as this is just a Blog...a very great Blog, but a Blog nonetheless. I do not intend to be condescending or to pontificate as I really do love and respect hard working single mothers...Think about it.... if it wasn't for yall I wouldn't be here, and I would also have no one to tip in the strip club.
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