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Oxygen Media Orders 'Daring' New 1-Hour Special, 'All My Babies' Mamas' (I'm Sorry)

by Tambay A. Obenson
December 26, 2012 12:36 PM
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Oxygen Media has ordered what they're describing as a "daring" (according to their press release) new 1-Hour special titled All My Babies' Mamas, which will premiere next spring.

The project will center on the complicated lives of one man, his many women, and their many children. 

Further... the series which comes from creative duo Liz Gateley and Tony DiSanto of DiGa Vision...

... will capture the highs and lows of this extreme 'blended family' that is anything but ordinary, while also showing the drama and the passion behind life's most unexpected situations.

In addition, Cori Abraham, Senior Vice President of Development at Oxygen Media, says:

"'All My Babies' Mamas' will be filled with outrageous and authentic over-the-top moments that our young, diverse female audience can tweet and gossip about."

Seemingly promising drama-filled entertainment, showcasing the humor, heart and dysfunction of it all, the press release doesn't make any race or culture-specific statements that tell us anything about the background of the man, or his many women and children. To be blunt, it doesn't say whether All My Babies' Mamas will star black people. But, of course, given the title, and the many jokes, as well as realities I think we're all familiar with, I, like you, probably immediately thought that the characters likely will be of African descent.

So I did a little digging to either confirm or negate my assumptions, and, while I can't say that I'm 100% certain that this will center on a black man and his families, I feel fairly confident that it will. Primarily because I found the below video on Vimeo, registered to a DiGa Vision as the account holder - DiGa Vision also being the name of the production company behind the above Oxygen upcoming special. 

And as you can see, based on the title of the video, as well as what you'll find in the content of the video, this is likely a preview/promo/pitch of what they sold to Oxygen... unless something's changed in the last 2 months (Vimeo says the video was uploaded 2 months ago).

In short, ATL-based rapper Carlos "Shawty LoWalker is our "man," with 10 "baby mamas," and 11 kids... and, oh, by the way, a new girlfriend who is the same age as his oldest children.

Something tells me this video will disappear soon after I post this entry, so if you click here and it's gone, you'll know why.


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  • MartyL | January 10, 2013 7:23 AMReply

    Make a bigger joke of yourselves, baby mamas, drug dealin daddy's.
    No wonder ur a bunch of moon cricket, idiots. Carry on oh u uneducated fools!

  • Just | January 6, 2013 1:19 AMReply

    Best dam show on TV

  • PimpsUpHoesDown | January 5, 2013 5:52 PMReply

    This show is absolutely brilliant. Too many people want to disguise the black community and pretend that we are white. This show is about our culture. Like it or dislike it, this is how we live. We black men have an insatiable desire for women. Why should we supress our natural animalistic desires. The Majority of our women are not offended by our lifestyle, only those who have been brainwashed by other cultures. We are from Africa where for thousands of years our practice has been to be with many women and father as much children as possible. It's the womans job to tend to the children. Embrace our culture, do not disgrace.

  • Bossman | January 6, 2013 4:46 AM

    And it's they goverments jobs to pays for thems all. I want free! I ain't taken care of nothing. I don't care if my children grow up to be financial slaves to they white man. As long as I get mine right now, I don't care about nothing else. I don't care if all my children become life long customers of they drug dealers. I am not going to be there to guide them away from a lifetime of slavery to drugs. I'm going to be proud looking at my children being dope heads and hoes. And they ain't no way I'm gonna spend one dollar toward they edjucation. The only school they get is Free or the Street. I ain't spended no money on them when I can get new shoes and rims for my ride. You must be crazy.

  • getthesenets | January 5, 2013 6:32 PM

    please crawl back into a hole with this nonsense---and speak for YOURSELF---and show me some African ethnic groups that practiced polygamy PRE-Islam.- since we are from "Africa" and "our practice" singular is to "be with many women and father as many children as possible"------people haven't used THAT excuse for a lack of SELF-control since the Sharazad Ali era of the 1990s---this show is about lowlife culture NOT Black,African,African American culture----only difference between Shawty Lo and 99% of the cases like this is that none of the women or children seem to be on public assistance...promote this nonsense as part of our cultural heritage if you want but it's bull and creates generations of neo-slaves

  • Willie | January 5, 2013 11:21 AMReply

    At least black people don't hide it and call it a religion to have so many babies and babies mamas.

  • Bossman | January 5, 2013 10:39 AMReply

    Carlos "Shawty Lo" Walker Is my new hero.

    A house full of gold diggen hoes. Hell Ya!

  • Dragonflly | December 31, 2012 10:04 AMReply

    All My Babies Mama's. ------ We don't want it and we don't need it. There is enough drama in our african american vortex that make it more difficult to live a normal life. Our children are confused enough. And worst of all; The mothers and fathers should think of whats best for the good of there children. Hurting is what they are doing and expoiting them to the world will be turn into a nightmare later on them. Be the responsible person. Put your love ones first and keep the media out your lives. We as a people should know better. After all you don't history repeating itself through your kids now do you. You don't want them to began thinking the words were we mistakes from careless emotion in-stead of love. Remember LOVE IS WHAT WE TELL THEM EVERY DAY WE SEE THERE FACES.

  • Chris | December 30, 2012 2:23 PMReply

    This is the black verion to Sister wives and My three wives on TLC

  • getthesenets | December 29, 2012 11:08 PMReply

    Sergio, great line about the trains and running...flipping the ending of the defiant ones.-------------this video was taken down TWICE within 5 days by two different video sites---wow------you know how lot of modern comedians copy the language of Richard Pryor without the social commentary? Shawty Lo is copying the lifestyles of Bob Marley and Fela Kuti....but without the talent, of course...

  • Aamu_grad | December 29, 2012 9:37 PMReply

    Please boycott this show!!! Everytime we take 1 step forward, we take 2 steps back. I am so tired of my AA women with low self esteem, 'I need a man, doesnt matter if he is a piece of a man', and/or looking for child support sleeping with these rappers, athletes, etc with no regard for the high HIV rates in our community.

    Why don't these stations cast other races in trashy stereotypical shows???

    Please boycott this show!!!!

  • Judy | December 29, 2012 9:17 PMReply

    Great! Make all the African American babies POSSIBLE. With 500 African Americans murdered in Chicago in one year; evil people like Zimmerman and Dunn that cruelly murdered two 17 year old African American youths for just being Black and Beautiful; plus the numerous murders of African Americans by racist police and other bigots, soon African Americans will be as extinct as Dinosaurs. If America can welcome illegal aliens that circumvent the legal system for citizenship and provide free school, medical benefits, food stamps, welfare, etc. at the expense of taxpayers, then I say keep up the good work Mr. Carlos "Shawty Lo" Walker. The more babies the merrier. At least the rapper can afford to take care of the African American kids he's bought in this world. Lifetime made a movie about a group of white teenagers that agreed to get pregnant at the same time. Society was okay with THAT! The NO-TALENT Kim Kardashian made over $40 million. So, why criticize Mr. Shawty Lo for having 10 baby mamas and 11 children? For those that are complaining, did you criticize the white pregnant teenagers, talentless Kim kardashian, stupid shows like the Bachelors, etc. Please stop the double standard. Why shouldn't Mr. Shawty Lo and his families get paid by the Oxygen Network? I'm sure Lifetime paid did the white teenagers that chose to have babies out of wedlock. So I am elated that there are 11 more beautiful African Americans in the world. Thank you Oxygen for giving African Americans jobs. Thank you Mr. Shawty Lo, I appreciate you. I pray all your children are healthy and become successful like their father. Hopefully, there is a workable mutually respectful relationship with the mamas and children.

  • Ghost | December 30, 2012 3:13 PM

    So, why criticize Mr. Shawty Lo for having 10 baby mamas and 11 children?----------------------Because when this type of behavior becomes the only images most of this country sees of us-it's an issue. It's an issue for every black person that doesn't act like this yet suffers because of it. How many jobs, college scholarships and other stuff have we lost because someone fears that we will act like Shawty Lo and the other attention whores? I'm tired of folks screaming at least the show puts blacks to work excuse. Sorry but we were already working before this show and will be working after it gets axed. Don't assume because it's a black show only black folks are working on it. There are PLENTY of blacks that work on white shows. As for white folks-why would I care about them? For every negative white show there are positive white shows. Our issue is we have nothing to counter the negative images that keep getting on tv.

  • sergio | December 29, 2012 10:01 PM

    Judy I take it that you know Dondiva. As for Kimmy Kakes. those white pregnant teenagers and the like, why are you so concerned about destructive white people's behavior? I've always hated that "if white people are debauched, why can't we too?" moronic line of reasoning. We need to seriously get our act together. Like someone once told me many years ago that, "white people are on a first class train going straight to hell and we running up behind it trying to jump on board". Judy aren't you tired of running?

  • Dondiva | December 28, 2012 4:01 PMReply

    I have met him personally. really cool dude. And for all the hating ass pwople, he has long money that can support them all...

  • mawon | December 29, 2012 10:43 PM

    Y'all are some elitist mo fos. Talking about her weave. Sit down with your pretentious asses.

  • Miles Ellison | December 29, 2012 9:06 PM

    So how many episodes will it be before your weave gets pulled off in a fight with one of the other strippers?

  • ALM | December 28, 2012 5:32 PM

    @ Dondiva: Let me guess, you must be one of the mothers starring in the show, or a best friend of one of the mothers. Money and morals are two separate things. Money with no morals attached is worthless money. You sadly have not yet figured that out. SMH

  • sergio | December 28, 2012 4:57 PM

    You just knew that some ratchet person (I'm sure with an equally ratchet yaki weave) was going to defend him didn't you folks? But then of course he has that "long money" so the I guess it's all right

  • YUWannaNo | December 28, 2012 9:34 AMReply

    No. Screw you Oxygen!! Way to perpetuate the sterotype. Sickening.

  • Miles Ellison | December 28, 2012 12:46 AMReply

    There are a lot of black people who will watch this. That is what's truly sad.

  • Rodney | December 28, 2012 10:01 AM

    There are already alot of black folks who have watched it. The video has garnered close to 260,000 views since it was uploaded yesterday. We may be inadvertently helping to convince Oxygen to pick it up.

  • Sabrina | December 28, 2012 12:09 AMReply


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  • anjel | December 27, 2012 11:04 PMReply

    Its not the point he have all those kids n bm its the point he tk care of them have as many as u can tk care

  • Joan | December 27, 2012 6:38 PMReply

    Oxygen network is really slipping by broadcasting garbage. All my babies mamas is a complete waste of airtime.

  • Sabrina | December 27, 2012 3:48 PMReply


    Dear Oxygen Media,

    You have lost your way. When you launched you claimed that you were a network dedicated to inspire women. Over the past few seasons, you have done the exact opposite. While claiming to be a network for Gen O Girls to Live Out Loud you have dug into the bottom of the societal dump and green lit a show with Shawty Lo and the mother of his children. Your working title "All My Babies Mommas" does not even give the children involved the dignity that they have only consigned to have them witness the degrading behavior of their 'parents'.

    Thus, our national group of outraged and concerned female and male viewers and parents will encourage our members to demand that this abusive 'show' never airs including:

    1) Boycotting your advertisers

    2) Boycotting your network and partners

    3) Urge our cable provider to cancel Oxygen

    Instead of providing entertainment which provides 'oxygen' for women and their children, what you clearly intend to do is suffocate them. We respectfully request a prompt response to our concerns by December 31st.

    Sincere Regards,

    Sabrina Lamb

  • Nadine | December 27, 2012 2:09 PMReply

    LIZ GATELEY ( Liz Gateley currently serves as Senior Vice President, Series Development, for MTV. Liz is also a founding partner and co-owner, along with Tony DiSanto, of DiGa, a studio and production company hybrid. In what Liz describes as her “dream job,” she is responsible for leading the development of ground-breaking new weekly and daily series for the channel including both scripted and reality projects.

    Ms. Gateley is probably best known for creating the game-changing hit reality series, Laguna Beach, inspired by her childhood growing up in Palos Verdes, California. It was the first thing she pitched at MTV back in 2003, the summer in which she started, and she went on to serve as Executive Producer of that series. Her next creation was 8th & Ocean, which also went on to become a hit series for MTV. Since then, she has developed a diverse slate of hits series for the network, which most recently included Teen Mom and 16 and Pregnant, on which she also served as executive producer. Ms. Gateley has successfully expanded MTV programming to include hit shows such as The Hills, Randy Jackson Presents America’s Next Best Dance Crew, The Buried Life, Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, Nitro Circus, The City, Human Giant and Run’s House as well as the revealing 2009 documentary, Britney Spears: For the Record which kicked off Britney’s comeback.

    High profile projects in development under Ms. Gateley’s guidance include the series “Teen Wolf,” a thriller reinvention of the 1985 blockbuster film, and the critically acclaimed British hit series, “Skins.” Recent projects include two scripted comedy series, The Hard Times Of RJ Berger and Warren The Ape which aired in June 2010.

    Prior to MTV, Ms. Gateley worked at Lifetime Television where she was responsible for the development of primetime and daytime scripted and reality original series and specials, including Strong Medicine, The Division, Intimate Portrait, and Weddings of a Lifetime. Before Lifetime, Liz got her first shot in the entertainment industry while working at William Morris Agency in their agent trainee program. Liz is also an attorney who practiced corporate law.

    She graduated from Loyola Law School with a J.D. degree after earning a B. A. in Economics/Business from University of California, Los Angeles.

    Gateley reports to Tony DiSanto, President of Programming, MTV, and is based in New York City.

  • Nadine | December 27, 2012 2:18 PM

    TONY DISANTO ( Tony DiSanto is a founding partner and co-owner, along with Liz Gateley, of DiGa,a studio and production company hybrid [1] staked by IAC mogul Barry Diller and Electus founder Ben Silverman.[2] Former President of Programming, MTV (now Susanne Daniels, former WB President).

    From June 2009 through January 2010, DiSanto served as the President of Programming at MTV, supervising the development and production of all series, specials, and feature films for television.[3] During his tenure as President, the network’s ratings rose 30 percent with reality hits such as Teen Mom, 16 and Pregnant and Jersey Shore,[4] three of the highest rated shows in cable television in 2010.[5] DiSanto also ushered in a return to scripted programming at the channel with The Hard Times of RJ Berger,[1] Teen Wolf[6] and Skins,[7] the latter two of which will launch in 2011.

    DiSanto began his career as an intern at MTV.[3][8] He graduated to directing commercial spots, music videos, and electronic press kits for bands. By 2003, as Head of Production, DiSanto was supervising special events as well as creating and executive producing shows. DiSanto's early efforts include creating Say What? Karaoke and Global Groove, and co-creating Total Request Live with Carson Daly.[9][10]

    DiSanto is a graduate of the Kanbar Institute of Film, Television and New Media of the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

  • Junebug | December 27, 2012 2:08 PMReply it possible to tell a whole network to kill itself?

  • Tay | December 27, 2012 1:56 PMReply

    This IS a an unacceptable embarrassment to the black community, not to mention for women in general. We need to STOP acting like this - and we for damn sure need to STOP acting like this IN PUBLIC. We need to stop condoning this type of behavior with our financial support AND/OR with our silence.

    We complain about white people treating us like we are all lazy and ignorant and violent and on welfare and constantly out there making babies, etc... BUT THAT IS ALL THAT THEY SEE IN THE MEDIA. And we the black community continue to pour our money into supporting the very idiots (like this moron, and Chris Brown, OJ, pretty much the entire NBA....) who constantly throw us under the bus. The media-driven minstrel show needs. to. stop!!!!

  • Troy | December 27, 2012 2:19 PM

    Find the statistics of black single mothers and realize that if they didn't have children most of them would be completely alone in life and their existence would have meant much of nothing other than they were a good employee they are survived by their cat or dog. A lot of women are happy to get pregnant and dump the guy feeling he will eventually break her heart and want something that is theirs but can't leave them.

  • ShunJay | December 27, 2012 12:17 PMReply

    I'm totally disgusted. Wow!

  • ShunJay | December 27, 2012 12:23 PM

    I feel sorry for these children! Can't believe you would actually put your children on screen.

  • blah, blah | December 27, 2012 11:18 AMReply

    Well, Big Love paved the way so I'm not surprised.

  • Aaron | December 27, 2012 11:00 AMReply

    WTF???? Are You F&*kin Serious?

  • Wise | December 27, 2012 10:59 AMReply

    Brought to you byyyyyy the Magic Johnson AIDS Foundation. Jesus Christ, Atlanta. The Brady Bunch music though?? Son. There's no way I'm not watching this shit. Not possible. I surrender.

  • ok | December 27, 2012 1:10 PM

    i finally got through watching the whole clip....and now i'm feeling more dirty/ashamed than entertained. especially when you see all those children and the fact that most of them are girls and you just think about how unhealthy and dysfunctional that situation is for them. what kind of values/morals/expectations are being instilled in them, to see that their mothers are just one of 10 women that their father has children with, to be proud of being called a "baby mama" (damn you fantasia) and being displayed on national television. so much could be said....i'm torn....

  • ok | December 27, 2012 12:42 PM

    i'm with you on this. i gave up on black reality tv shows a long time ago and promised myself i would never watch them ever ever again.....but this sh1t right here!! this sh1t right here!!! oh, i'm watching this. this is so ratchet that's it's good!!!! i can't believe people actually live and think like this and then have no shame in displaying it. i'm not sure what that says about me that i'll watch it, well actually i do know what it says about me, but i don't care. this sh1t is pure f*ckery and i will watch it and be ashamed and sad and disappointed for our future AND entertained all at the same damn time!!!

    when is this coming on???

  • Rea | December 27, 2012 9:30 AMReply


  • starry118 | December 26, 2012 11:43 PMReply

    Help us have the wherewithal to put an end to this type of mess.

  • Troy | December 27, 2012 2:13 PM

    The one thing constant with you, them ratchet baby mommas, and him is you all believe in God. So I am not surprise you find each other repulsive. Your cult is all about self hate.

  • michele | December 26, 2012 11:26 PMReply

    Anyone want to join me in a wall slide?

  • D.C. Kirkwood | December 26, 2012 11:01 PMReply

    What the Hell in GOD's name did I just watch. Unbelievable!!!!!

  • Slim | December 26, 2012 8:47 PMReply

    Enjoy it while it's still hot:

  • Slim | December 26, 2012 7:27 PMReply

    I downloaded the video if anyone wants a copy I can upload and send u the link...

  • Vem | December 28, 2012 10:20 PM

    Want a copy of the video to watch

  • Cinexa | December 28, 2012 9:43 AM

    I want that link also.

  • Slim | December 26, 2012 8:10 PM

    I have it uploading now...

  • C | December 26, 2012 7:54 PM

    me too...

  • Goodie Girl | December 26, 2012 7:34 PM

    Hey, I'm interested in seeing that link, Slim!

  • Emmett Period | December 26, 2012 7:19 PMReply

    Thank you S&A...., the people have spoken, I went to the vimeo page and got this message:
    Page not found
    Sorry, "All My Babies' Mamas FINAL 10.1.12" was deleted at 6:50:34 Wed Dec 26, 2012.
    We have no more information about it on our mainframe or elsewhere.

  • Cam | December 26, 2012 7:18 PMReply

    Page not found

    Sorry, "All My Babies' Mamas FINAL 10.1.12" was deleted at 6:50:34 Wed Dec 26, 2012.

  • Mark & Darla | December 26, 2012 6:30 PMReply

    Lawd to the hell, hell no.

  • Mark & Darla | December 26, 2012 6:30 PMReply

    Lawd to the hell, hell no.

  • ALM | December 26, 2012 6:19 PMReply

    Video is gone as you predicted.....Based on the picture above and the synopsis that you gave, it's clear that Oxygen is struggling for ratings, and they are going with the old tactic of throwing any old crap at Black audiences in order to get their ratings/advertising dollars up. Just ignore it, and don't watch it....not even on dvr.

  • Adam Scott Thompson | December 26, 2012 7:19 PM

    I don't think it's about Oxygen struggling (and honestly, I'm not sure that they are). And nobody needs that circumstance in order to exploit the most ratchet in our community. I predict a ratings "success" and a renewal for a subsequent season, as everyone -- including white folks -- will be tuning in to see just how low it will all go.

  • Miles Ellison | December 26, 2012 6:03 PMReply

    What exactly is "daring" about this?

  • Adam Scott Thompson | December 26, 2012 5:45 PMReply

    I'm sorry too, folks. "Dey Know" still goes hard! The official remix? Harder.

  • getthesenets | December 26, 2012 5:09 PMReply

    Condom companies should buy BLOCKS of ads for this show

  • getthesenets | December 26, 2012 4:22 PMReply

    CORI ABRAHAM , huh?

    I'm reminded of the famous appearance that Brando made on Larry King Live....where he mentioned that viewers have seen stereotypes and caricatures of EVERY ethnic group.....EXCEPT one.

  • tyron tackett | December 26, 2012 4:14 PMReply

    I can't believe this sizzle reel wasn't a sketch comedy show!!! WTF and WE wonder why Black folks are in crises. Blaming "The Man" only goes so far. Oxygen - smh...the apocalyse is thing there will be a Latino version...smh...WOW...may the ghosts of those Black people who died for freedom/equality/civil rights rise up like the walking dead and get these trifling Negroes..smh...Good spot S&A -glad you letting folks know about this trash.

  • getthesenets | December 26, 2012 4:42 PM

    The thing is...these large families....and pattern of men with multiple side families isn't new..and was going on before during and after Blacks folks were fighting and dying for freedom/equality/civil rights. Just wasn't of interest to anybody except sociologists.
    Modern climate there is interest and producer finds an extreme case and puts it on tv.

  • other song | December 26, 2012 3:59 PMReply

    I tried but couldn't get past 2:13. Anyway, "Dey Know" was and still is a nice song. Great beat (Mandrill!), humorous raps. It's the only thing Shawty-Lo-related that will ever bring a smile to my face.

  • Tonton Michel | December 26, 2012 3:58 PMReply

    Just when I think the world of reality TV can't get any more ratchet here we go again.

  • M. | December 26, 2012 3:41 PMReply I'm for sure leaving Atlanta. Smh. Where is the petition to keep this from airing?

  • M. | December 27, 2012 4:10 PM

    @Troy Your comment was meant to be sarcastic but you obviously missed the joke in my statement. As if I would allow some sub par reality show to irritate me so much that I would leave my home. Go troll another site sir.

  • Troy | December 27, 2012 2:08 PM

    Yes go some place here there less affluent blacks struggling to bridge the divide of inequality that's the answer.

  • Tay | December 27, 2012 2:05 PM

    I will gleefully sign a petition to keep this from airing

  • BluTopaz | December 26, 2012 3:20 PMReply

    I'm going to pitch a new reality tv show; Crazy Whitefolks With Assault Weapons. Will advise how far I get.

  • sosgemini | December 26, 2012 11:44 PM

    Umm, JMAC, isn't that what the new MTV show (that replaces Jersey Shore) is all about? Just asking...

  • JMac | December 26, 2012 9:52 PM

    lol. Unfortunately, we all know that show will never be picked up. Neither would one showing poor white country trash living off of mother's social security check as they try to assert false worker compensation and state disability claims while being hounded by undercover private investigators. I know plenty who would could star in that reality show.

  • Taz | December 26, 2012 2:22 PMReply

    Are you freakin' kidding me? WTH....

  • Darkan | December 26, 2012 2:07 PMReply

    OH MY GOD..... Sweet Jesus have mercy on us all. SMDH until i fall unconscious.

  • Anti-believer | December 26, 2012 1:53 PMReply

    I saw this on deadline but I was hoping this wasn't a Black family and it is! All the adults, who are involved in this family, should be a shame of themselves. It parallels the US government giving baby mommas food stamp and check if there isn't a father in the home. It's a trap!

  • Troy | December 27, 2012 2:06 PM

    Yet older generations did nothing to keep this from happening. They brought drugs and alcohol into our homes yet the kids of these families are to blame. Bothe sets of my grandparents divorced in the 50s. Bothe great grandfathers had multiple families at the same time. I haven't got any self hating woman pregnant but my generation than a bunch of illiterate manual laborers.

  • Anti-believer | December 26, 2012 2:07 PM

    Just watched the video. GHETTO! Obviously, he is in need of money, 'cause this is why people do "reality" for an easy check. This generation is horrible! GHETTO!!!! Embarrassing!

  • Nadell | December 26, 2012 1:21 PMReply

    (deep sigh)
    I guess Lil Wayne, Dwight Howard & Terrell Owens will be next in line for their spinoffs of this show....

  • Troy | December 27, 2012 2:03 PM

    Misguided shots at Dwight and Terrell they shouldn't invoke your ire the same way as someone with 10 baby mothers or a rapper who made 3 in a year.

  • getthesenets | December 26, 2012 12:53 PMReply

    good investigative work
    this show is meant to compete against/bite /copy one of the hip hop shows set in atlanta

    shawty lo is onetime rapper/one hit wonder based in ATL

    so it's not a coincidence that he was used in the pitch, or that it was ordered.

    if they have a theme song to the show based on the old school novelty's over

    "who dat is? that's just my baby mama....that's just my baby mama...who dat is?

    lowest common denominator

  • Troy | December 27, 2012 2:02 PM

    So a large portion of single black mothers in this country are the lowest common denominator and they don't deserve their stories to be told. What I sees 10 black women getting a check they wouldn't get other wise.

  • Alleycat | December 26, 2012 12:51 PMReply

    They want to get their hands on some of that trashy reality tv money that Vh1 and E! are getting.

  • michele | December 26, 2012 2:25 PM

    I was thinking the same thing about VH1. But I think Love and Hip Hop Atlanta gave them all the ratchet they can handle ... I hope

  • No | December 26, 2012 12:40 PMReply

    I'm wondering if a certain class of people are going to not complain about this film more so than a fictional film called Django Unchained.

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