May 3, 2010, - 3:57 pm

Quote of the Day: “Idol” Has 4 Kids by 4 BabyMamas

By Debbie Schlussel

I just try to make sure I’m of the highest importance in their lives, next to their moms.

–popular rapper Lil Wayne a/k/a “Weezy”–who fathered four kids with four different women, three of them in one year–in his last interview before heading to jail to serve a one-year sentence for a criminal conviction on weapons charges.  The quote appears in the “Annual Sex Issue” of Ozone Magazine.


But wait, there’s more of this rap idol’s class act:

Regarding his four children with four different women, Weezy bristled at any criticism tossed his way about fathering kids with different mothers.

“I don’t think what people think should be any concern of anybody’s,” he said. “It’s definitely not a concern of mine. I’d be crazy if it was and you’re crazy if you are. But that goes back to me not caring about what people think or say. They wanna be [baby mama] number five, six, and seven, so …”

In just over 12 months, from late 2008 to the end of 2009, Wayne had three children born to him. But in the interview, he wouldn’t confirm if he was in a rebellious phase or intentionally planned to have multiple children so close to the same time.

“You’d have to be a woman that’s with me to know what phase I was going through,” he explained. “If I was to answer that question for you or for the world or for this magazine, then I’d be the dumbest n—a on the planet.”

No, the dumbest on the planet are the ones who made this guy rich and continue to buy his disgusting raps. And they span all the races.  Sadly, they comprise far too large a chunk  of America.

(On the other hand, if you father four different children with four different women, there’s another word for it: Islam.)

I’m not sure if I should keep characterizing guys like this–and their popularity throughout our country–as the continuing decline of America.  This isn’t “decline.”  It’s rock bottom.

Sadly, the bottom keeps dropping out.

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21 Responses

Well, it is really hard to get shocked or upset about this anymore. Weezie is no different from a stray animal on the streets, and demonstrates this time and again with his feral method of procreation. Also, if Weezie is getting women that look better than the south end of a northbound swine, he is probably paying for it.

Sorrow01 on May 3, 2010 at 4:11 pm

What is really sad and frankly outrageous is most of these women will eventually end up on public aid or welfare.This guy more than likely will flat broke after his 15 minutes of fame.

I do not know why society should have to pay these scumbags bills because they are totally irresponsible. It just seems to me this should be a crime and not something “cool” and no bodies business.

ScottyDog on May 3, 2010 at 4:40 pm

Without enablers, many problems would not exist:

The Terrorist's Advocate on May 3, 2010 at 5:30 pm

    Oh, were you responsible for that? Should we report you to the appropriate authorities?

    Worry01 on May 4, 2010 at 1:28 am

This phony excuse of a man selling his manhood is a microcosm, a piece of the bigger picture, of why I started saving money in high school in 1996 so 11 years years later I could live debt free out in the beautiful country in NE Georgia on 10 acres and a creek away from the urban and suburban life which supports and breeds this suicidal society. It’s not about race but culture… and ignorance.

PS I don’t live in a trailer either but think horse ranches and great hunting land ten miles out from one of the greatest pure college towns in America… Athens GA. It’s all about the buffer zone 🙂

Soyphobia on May 3, 2010 at 5:43 pm

Another peice of trash marketed as ‘talent’. Unimpressed here in the heartland.

P. Aaron on May 3, 2010 at 6:59 pm

I could go on one of my usual politically correct diversionary tactics, but what would be the point. About this Lil’ Wayne character, the fellow is a devil worshiper. Seriously, he actually worships the devil, is an occult guy. Those tattoos on him are occult symbols.


You shelter yourself from these problems in Athens, I do volunteer work with kids to try to be a positive influence in their lives, to make a difference. Maybe when we are 78, we can compare notes to see which approach was the better one. Incidentally, I read an article from a child psychology journal not long ago on how very effective exposure to horses can be in therapy and treatment programs for juveniles that have been scarred by child abuse … as a way to get through to kids before they become Lil’ Wayne occultists that we have to throw in jail. (Incidentally, many street gang members are also heavily into the occult. Bet you didn’t know that). Maybe that would be a good way to put those Athens area horse ranches to good use. (As a private charity initiative of course, no government involvement PLEASE!)

Gerald on May 3, 2010 at 7:14 pm

Atleast while Lil’ Wayne is in prison all the sex he has in jail won’t produce any children.

ARISHEM on May 3, 2010 at 8:06 pm

While in jail I wonder if Lil” Wayne is planning on being the pitcher or the catcher. Or maybe both. Oh well at least there won’t be any kids as a result.

kenny komodo on May 3, 2010 at 9:28 pm

Gerald I volunteer my time and donate my money to charities in Athens (mega poverty problems)… and Atlanta (which speaks for itself unfortunately), and other charities. One of the programs that is being worked on down here is the use of horses for therapy even though I don’t own a horse or a ranch. Just like my grandfather, and my father, I’m heavily involved in charity work that is dominated by minorities without fathers and/or mothers or come from traumatic environments, all of which I can relate to on a personal level.

And yes I’m aware of the occult’s influence on not only rappers and gangs but the whole entertainment industry and government… I’m very informed in that area.

You have made tons of assumptions (see above about occultism in gangs and the rap industry and being sheltered) about me that are all false and show a bias against people from the south and who live out in the country? Don’t worry you are not alone, we are used to it in the south.

And thank you for your response assuming because of where I live, which is outside of Athens (Clarke County), that I shelter myself from these things, I probably don’t care about the poor, and I’m ill informed because I do not live in a heavily populated area. That is the typical response from people, mostly on the left, who grill me for not living in urban or suburban areas. I have lived in both. I even grew up in the hardest city in GA which would make it one of the top in the country. One huge reason besides the peace and quiet that God(and his creations) offer, the privacy, and the ability to be self sufficient, is that I foresaw the housing the bubble and knew that if I bought a home in a suburb or in an urban area, I would take a bath because those are the properties that were hit the worst because of government, monetary, and banking/lending policies in place.

Soyphobia on May 3, 2010 at 11:40 pm


samurai on May 3, 2010 at 11:59 pm

Never heard a Little Wayne rap. Never will. His kids will probably end up in prison…all of them.

Truth on May 4, 2010 at 6:43 am

Finally a role model grade-school dropouts can get fully behind…and plug his most important orifice.

Lowest.Set.Bar.Ever. on May 4, 2010 at 9:15 am


Well, it appears that you are a man of quality. I am sorry for prejudging you.

P.S. I am also from the Peach State. Go Yellow Jackets.

Gerald on May 4, 2010 at 10:48 am

No Worries Gerald you are as well… keep up the good fight.

Gerald, speaking of overt occultism what about Lady Gaga’s videos? The whole entertainment business are really throwing those symbols in the faces of people tuning in. It is pure evil.

Go Dawgs (smirk)

Soyphobia on May 4, 2010 at 11:07 am

This is nothing new. Whether its Elvis or Michael Jackson spending millions on frivolous items or Amy Winehouse snorting all the money up her nose or Nic Cage spending all his cash and blaming it on his financial planner…or the athlete who blew through his 20 million dollar signing bonus and then got injured and couldn’t play.

Its all the same story. Someone that never had anything (including guidance about the value of a dollar) suddenly has more cash than they know what to do with and we get another one of these stories.

As Gordon Gekko once said, “A fool and his money are lucky to get together in the first place…”

Joe Schmo on May 4, 2010 at 12:52 pm


Lady Gaga’s videos are full of Illuminati and occult symbolism references. I especially like the all seeing eye references she makes constantly by hiding one of her eyes.It is like a wink to the elite in the music business.

She obviously is nothing but an Illuminati puppet that incorporates Illuminati and Masonic symbolism into her videos and act.

ScottyDog on May 5, 2010 at 1:26 pm

all of you are ignorant to this subject. you say he has no talent but i guarentee you dont even understand his raps at all, and a large chunk of americans listen to them because they are good. Hes not a horrible guy, he raps and has sex just like rocks stars and the average man his age.

Ross on May 19, 2010 at 12:29 am

Oh, boy. We disagree, so we are “ignorant.” Understanding rap is not too difficult, and you are not going to get very far by asserting that he really, truly does have talent. I’m not buyin’ it, and probably neither are most others.

Y’see, lots of people feel like the U.S. culture started especially going downhill when the lifestyle of the underclass became the way to be. For instance, I’m a teacher, and I know what kind of messages gangsta rap sends out and the lives it ruins. If the critics had said “this is stupid garbage depending on shock value and white guilt” at the beginning, it never would have developed into a mega-business as it has. There are no shortage of fools in America, or in the world for that sake, who don’t know the difference between talent and boasting.

It’s humorous when people express a dislike and others says thiey just don’t understand it. Oh, we understand it, but we still hate this prime example of “defining deviancy down” AND having lower expectations for black performers than for whites. If white boys had started music about their privates, about rape, “black devils” and cop-killing, think it still woulda have been big? Little Wayne and his ilk help knock down not only his own race, but mine, too, and I resent that.

The admiration kids have for these rotten examples is disgusting. It encourages theft, out-of-wedlock children, no study or work habits, and hostility toward whites and authority. It meakes listeners think they’re part of a special club that doesn’t have to follow rules — till they end up in jail.

A large chunk of Americans listen to them because they’re brainwashed and don’t know what great music is, not because Little Wayne is “good.” Not a horrible guy? Duh, well, if you think 4 baby mammas is okay, then I can see why you think that. If you think singing about your privates and “bitches and “ho’s” and the joys of pimping, all of which have crept into our common culture from the underclass, then you need to expose yourself to other lifestyles and enjoyments.

Having sex is one thing. Leaving a string of fatherless children and encouraging others (usually those not in a good financial position to begin with) to do the same, is another. I don’t imagine I’m the only one who resents paying taxes to support this stuff — or the only teacher who’s sick of this entitlement attitude and hostile posturing in the classroom that makes our lives miserable and keeps other kids from loearning.

Know this is long, but I’ve seen how rap has changed culture and especially middle and high schools over the last several years — and it ain’t good.

jen on July 6, 2010 at 12:51 am

    Nicely put Jen…. Very Sad.. Very true…

    Lancev32 on August 27, 2010 at 10:29 am

To the person who said that his baby mommas will end up on welfare, should check the facts. Two of the baby mommas are well known performers.

One is an actress, and the other is a singer. They make money on their own, and definitely don’t need financial assistance.

shoe on January 13, 2011 at 3:13 pm

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