So I'm walking down 7th Ave in Harlem, I look to my left because something catches my eye as strange. A young black woman (may or not be over 18) is sitting on a stoop with her baby in her lap, bottle-feeding the child.....but something is amiss.
The angle of the white in the bottle in relation to the mother's dark skin looked strange to me from the corner of my eye. Then I turn to notice that this mother is a bonafide chickenhead coon-tard.
Tako: That sounds racist. I mean I know you're black and all but that strikes me as racist.
WJA3: Wait for it....
The chick has the baby bottle pressed awkwardly against her cheek as she feeds the child. Why, you ask? So that she may have two free hands available to text on her Sidekick. That's why.
Tako: I will never question C4 again.
Where they do that at?!?!?!?! Aaaaaaargh!!!!
Are you serious??? Soooo many things wrong with this picture. Let's break this coonery down step by step so our heads don't explode.
1. What could possibly be so important that it trumps the quality of the feeding of your baby? An infant, to he exact. Seriously though. If it's that important, it should warrant a phone call. In fact, who am I kidding? I'd bet $1000 that the content/conversation at hand had nothing to do with school, a job, or anything remotely important. It most likely had something to do with petty hood chickenhead gossip, or relating to getting her some more dick...forgetting of course that dick got you what's currently in your lap.
2. If you are a parent, you should no longer own a Sidekick. Sidekicks and parenthood don't mix. You need to get a grown-up phone as soon as your baby is born. In fact, there should be a program similar to how they let junkies exchange dirty needles for clean ones. Chickenheads (because let's be real. Sidekick + pregnant = chickenhead) should be required to relinquish their Sidekicks in favor of a cheap flip phone (or whatever is the cheapest phone of the carrier) by the close of the second trimester.
Show: See, even leaving some room for an abortion!
WJA3: Y'all going to hell.
This way, we avoid tragic situations like the one we just saw, and we teach the teen mothers that it's time to tighten the belt and assume some responsibility for their irresponsible actions.
As for the baby? The chubby-cheeked baby boy was chillin, he was good money. He adapted well to his mama's irresponsibility. Unfortunately he may have many more years of having to adapt this way, and may grow weary. Who knows how this child's life may end up.
Could this happen?
God forbid this.
I really hope he has a good grandmother.
- The Nappy-Headed Bros.