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I guess he really has done done it all........without a condom

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It was like a train wreck; I couldn't pull my eyes away from it.

Left with the mean.gif/smokin.gif feelin that I not only watched the entire thing, but enjoyed it. Like plotting in the back of my mind how I was going to make time to watch every episode, enjoyed it.
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We all know it matters Ricky just no point getting mad at shows like this
i'm not mad at all... no sleep will be lost (loss?)

i'm just as calm as nique was initially. i just want to let him know that yeah, you might have all the goods and smarts to get a certain position...

but dont think shows like this could tip in the opposite direction if a white counterpart as the same credentials....


that's all i'm saying... cats coming in saying i'm scared b/c i acknowledge that its there and know i have to work harder?

smh.
If that happens then what can he do about it? Nothing.. no point worrying about every hypothetical situation.

And that's not the type of person you'd wanna be working for anyways.
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eek.gif Did the editors just have give the world the first image of this man holding an open banana?
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swear I was thinking the same thing when I watched this...smh...
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Repped for explaining so that I don't have to in this thread.
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lol at the show using subtitles for a couple of those chicks.. roll.gif

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If that happens then what can he do about it? Nothing.. no point worrying about every hypothetical situation.
And that's not the type of person you'd wanna be working for anyways.
newsflash famb...

they're definitely more out there than you think...

my white coworker came up to me giggling his *** off.... "hey ricky409! check this out man! you heard about this show?! its gonna be hilarious"

me and this black chick i work w/... indifferent.gif x mean.gif
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i hope they show him spray painting his hair line in atleast one episode

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I sure that's on some classified g-14 status though. I've seen it done at the shop before and the whole mood just gets awkward whenever it happens. I almost felt disrespected by it.
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post #131 of 149
I just finished watching the pilot and I won't even go into anything negetive about Shawty Lo or this pilot,for the simple fact that I see that he's trying to get a check.Kudos,to him, because just look at what's actually on television now a days, it fits perfectly somewhere in between 'Maury Povich', 'Atlanta House wives' the rest of the ******** that's on television.
Think about it like this,the white version of Shawty-Lo's show would be the TLC show 'Sister Wives',the fact that their risking actually being arrested for the sake of a check(gotta all of those kid's)and for peoples entertainment,is within itself but it works.

I see that some of you are,conversating back and forth about the negative connotation a show like this has on blacks overall;My responce to that is,the damage is already done and there's no simple solution to fix it.You'er wasting your time if you believe that by working harder to fight against those stereo-types will change how some view blacks as a whole or anything remotely similar.Television is such a powerful tool now,so powerful that the lines between what's good & bad,reality & entertainment and uncersored & cersored is so thin that people don't care to notice or they just don't care because they wan't a certain kind of entertainment and after that,they demand another one that is more over-the-top than the first one.You have to chalk-it-up to this:If someone is so simple-minded to beleive that the reality show's that they watch are anything,represent anything other than entertainment,that's someone you probably should be associating yourself with anyways.


The funny thing that I've noticed is that the term "Baby Momma/Daddy" is something that is now acceptible across color and ethnic lines.You hear the term being used by everyone,on television show's,in the street's,and even in the courtroom.And even if someone say's it in a contemptuous manner,it's just the fact that their saying it.This is years after the song by B-Rock and the Bizz-Baby Daddy,"Who dat iiis?jus my baby daddy"(thanks to utube).....things always change.lol
post #132 of 149
I expect this show to be a gold mine of GIFs. Dare I call it a....GIF mine!
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I just finished watching the pilot and I won't even go into anything negetive about Shawty Lo or this pilot,for the simple fact that I see that he's trying to get a check.Kudos,to him, because just look at what's actually on television now a days, it fits perfectly somewhere in between 'Maury Povich', 'Atlanta House wives' the rest of the ******** that's on television.
Think about it like this,the white version of Shawty-Lo's show would be the TLC show 'Sister Wives',the fact that their risking actually being arrested for the sake of a check(gotta all of those kid's)and for peoples entertainment,is within itself but it works.
I see that some of you are,conversating back and forth about the negative connotation a show like this has on blacks overall;My responce to that is,the damage is already done and there's no simple solution to fix it.You'er wasting your time if you believe that by working harder to fight against those stereo-types will change how some view blacks as a whole or anything remotely similar.Television is such a powerful tool now,so powerful that the lines between what's good & bad,reality & entertainment and uncersored & cersored is so thin that people don't care to notice or they just don't care because they wan't a certain kind of entertainment and after that,they demand another one that is more over-the-top than the first one.You have to chalk-it-up to this:If someone is so simple-minded to beleive that the reality show's that they watch are anything,represent anything other than entertainment,that's someone you probably should be associating yourself with anyways.
The funny thing that I've noticed is that the term "Baby Momma/Daddy" is something that is now acceptible across color and ethnic lines.You hear the term being used by everyone,on television show's,in the street's,and even in the courtroom.And even if someone say's it in a contemptuous manner,it's just the fact that their saying it.This is years after the song by B-Rock and the Bizz-Baby Daddy,"Who dat iiis?jus my baby daddy"(thanks to utube).....things always change.lol
solid post..

i like what you said about the blurred lines. but the fact that its not just white people, but damn near every other culture across the world looking at black people as second class citizens.

you say that TV is so powerful there's no need to even combat it? but why not though?

i'm not saying go stand on a soap box and preach about it.... but when something is presented about the societal negatives towards black people, dont let it slide and say "oh well... that's just how it is"

if that mindset ran thru the brains of our elders, things would be a lot different. saying that the damage has been done is saying you lowkey give in to it. and i'm not giving in.

yeah, there are some dumb n_____s that do dumb n_____ things... just like they're dumb people in all walks and colors of life that do dumb things... but to just lay down and say "meh.. w/e" is not the way to go b/c with those other races, there's a DIFFERENCE IN SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS BETWEEN REASONABLY AWARE AND DUMB ****...

from others looking at the black community, that line is very blurred.

as far as being simple minded... famb.. you'd be SURPRISED at how many people think this stuff is real life... hell, people are buying "the new ipad" every 4 month.. laugh.gif

you said the media is powerful, and yet, people are dumb for believing it? naw... its either people are dumb for believing it, or the media is just that powerful to get a majority of people to buy into it...

i do agree w/ the baby mombs/dads point, doe.
post #134 of 149
Grand Opening....Grand Closing.


http://theybf.com/2013/01/14/canceled-shawty-los-baby-mamas-show-gets-the-axe-before-it-even-starts


Annnnnd that's a wrap for Shawty Lo! Before his show could even see the light of prime time, Oxygen has canceled the rapper's "All My Babies' Mamas" show due to constant pressure.



Deets inside...

After defending the show once it started the very short lived publicity campaign, the Oxygen network has put the kibosh on ATL drug honcho turned rapper Shawty Lo's made-for-foolywang "All My Babies' Mamas." That's right. You won't be seeing 10 women, who are all mothers to Shawty Lo's kids, play out their foolish, sad or cringe worthy behavior while Shawty stays in the middle being equally foolish and getting praised for it.

The Daily Beast says their sources say Oxygen will announce cancellation any day now. Interestingly, the network first defended the show by saying, “It was not meant to be a stereotypical representation of everyday life for any one demographic or cross section of society.’’

Oh really? Interesting.

The creator of the petition, Sabrina Lamb, worked to stop the show from airing. She stated in the petition (the gist of it) that the show would be a horrific example of life for a certain "group" of people. She told the Daily Beast:

“I love that the people who’ve signed the petition are from all backgrounds, ages, and countries. This one elderly white man wrote me and said even he was tired of the stereotypical images of black people.’’

“This show is about more than a rapper and his girlfriends. This is a show about kids who had no choice in how they came into the world. This show sets them up to be ridiculed and made fun of. None of us should be OK with that.’’


She said on her Facebook page today:

My entire statement will be announced tomorrow (outlining all of our victories) at the press conference and posted here at 12:00 noon-ish. Until then, I thank all 38,000 supporters who stood up for our children and said, "Enough Is Enough!" Oxygen Media awoke a sleeping GIANT!!

Here's to hoping certain other networks follow suit with their foolish shows. But we doubt that will happen soon. Thanks Oxygen for choosing standards over quick money. Anybody can make a buck. But it's all about who is and isn't affected when you make one. Clearly, not everyone gives a damn.
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^I knew the show wouldn't of made it past the 1st season but damn laugh.gif

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post #136 of 149
Good.

Glad that ******* never made it to air.
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Praise #basedgod... glad they didn't do it.
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I'm glad it got cancelled.

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I acknowledge both sides of the "issue", but in the end I think canceling the show was unfair to the parties directly involved with its creation, most notably Shawty Lo and his family. After all, is this not tantamount to taking food off another man's table, and out of his children's mouths?

The naysayers would have you believe that this is "about the kids", about "protecting them from ridicule" and what not, but that's bullcrap. This is grand example of the reactionary complex stemming from the "this-makes-black-people-look-bad" sensitivity complex. That's what it's really about. And while I can understand it, I can't really forgive the petitioners for their selfishness. In certain instances, being minorities, the betterment of the majority definitely outweighs the betterment of the minority, but not in this particular case.

If Shawty Lo and his baby mommas want to show America the inner workings of their complex family, who are we to say otherwise? It's not like the producers and creators of this show fabricated this family out of thin air to foster and exploit certain held stereotypes about black men and women. No. This family already existed. All the creators did was to give them an opportunity to present their case to America--a case that may very well have offered something different from stereotypical expectations. And based on that 13 minute trailer, I think that was very possible. Sure, we are witness to expectedly tense moments between some of the mothers, I chuck that up to maternal instincts and nothing more, but equally as important is the fact that most if not all of the women got along. They helped each other, and their children acknowledged each other amicably. Even Lo came across as a caring father, aside from that one instance where he forgets the names of a few of his children...laugh.gif

No ratchet fighting, no police drama, no battling for child support payments--nothing. Just a dude enjoying his pasta dinner with his numerous kids, and their mothers, in the dining room of his massive home in suburban Atlanta. If we can't even give this chance, then what can we give a chance?




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in the dining room of his massive home in suburban Atlanta. If we can't even give this chance, then what can we give a chance?

not sure if srs... its not like there's a shortage of urban reality tv shows based in atlanta.
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I acknowledge both sides of the "issue", but in the end I think canceling the show was unfair to the parties directly involved with its creation, most notably Shawty Lo and his family. After all, is this not tantamount to taking food off another man's table, and out of his children's mouths?

The naysayers would have you believe that this is "about the kids", about "protecting them from ridicule" and what not, but that's bullcrap. This is grand example of the reactionary complex stemming from the "this-makes-black-people-look-bad" sensitivity complex. That's what it's really about. And while I can understand it, I can't really forgive the petitioners for their selfishness. In certain instances, being minorities, the betterment of the majority definitely outweighs the betterment of the minority, but not in this particular case.

If Shawty Lo and his baby mommas want to show America the inner workings of their complex family, who are we to say otherwise? It's not like the producers and creators of this show fabricated this family out of thin air to foster and exploit certain held stereotypes about black men and women. No. This family already existed. All the creators did was to give them an opportunity to present their case to America--a case that may very well have offered something different from stereotypical expectations. And based on that 13 minute trailer, I think that was very possible. Sure, we are witness to expectedly tense moments between some of the mothers, I chuck that up to maternal instincts and nothing more, but equally as important is the fact that most if not all of the women got along. They helped each other, and their children acknowledged each other amicably. Even Lo came across as a caring father, aside from that one instance where he forgets the names of a few of his children...laugh.gif

No ratchet fighting, no police drama, no battling for child support payments--nothing. Just a dude enjoying his pasta dinner with his numerous kids, and their mothers, in the dining room of his massive home in suburban Atlanta. If we can't even give this chance, then what can we give a chance?
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I acknowledge both sides of the "issue", but in the end I think canceling the show was unfair to the parties directly involved with its creation, most notably Shawty Lo and his family. After all, is this not tantamount to taking food off another man's table, and out of his children's mouths?

The naysayers would have you believe that this is "about the kids", about "protecting them from ridicule" and what not, but that's bullcrap. This is grand example of the reactionary complex stemming from the "this-makes-black-people-look-bad" sensitivity complex. That's what it's really about. And while I can understand it, I can't really forgive the petitioners for their selfishness. In certain instances, being minorities, the betterment of the majority definitely outweighs the betterment of the minority, but not in this particular case.

If Shawty Lo and his baby mommas want to show America the inner workings of their complex family, who are we to say otherwise? It's not like the producers and creators of this show fabricated this family out of thin air to foster and exploit certain held stereotypes about black men and women. No. This family already existed. All the creators did was to give them an opportunity to present their case to America--a case that may very well have offered something different from stereotypical expectations. And based on that 13 minute trailer, I think that was very possible. Sure, we are witness to expectedly tense moments between some of the mothers, I chuck that up to maternal instincts and nothing more, but equally as important is the fact that most if not all of the women got along. They helped each other, and their children acknowledged each other amicably. Even Lo came across as a caring father, aside from that one instance where he forgets the names of a few of his children...laugh.gif

No ratchet fighting, no police drama, no battling for child support payments--nothing. Just a dude enjoying his pasta dinner with his numerous kids, and their mothers, in the dining room of his massive home in suburban Atlanta. If we can't even give this chance, then what can we give a chance?




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Thank the CHRIST GOD. This would have been the worst thing to happen to black people since the crack epidemic of the 80s.
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I acknowledge both sides of the "issue", but in the end I think canceling the show was unfair to the parties directly involved with its creation, most notably Shawty Lo and his family. After all, is this not tantamount to taking food off another man's table, and out of his children's mouths?

The naysayers would have you believe that this is "about the kids", about "protecting them from ridicule" and what not, but that's bullcrap. This is grand example of the reactionary complex stemming from the "this-makes-black-people-look-bad" sensitivity complex. That's what it's really about. And while I can understand it, I can't really forgive the petitioners for their selfishness. In certain instances, being minorities, the betterment of the majority definitely outweighs the betterment of the minority, but not in this particular case.

If Shawty Lo and his baby mommas want to show America the inner workings of their complex family, who are we to say otherwise? It's not like the producers and creators of this show fabricated this family out of thin air to foster and exploit certain held stereotypes about black men and women. No. This family already existed. All the creators did was to give them an opportunity to present their case to America--a case that may very well have offered something different from stereotypical expectations. And based on that 13 minute trailer, I think that was very possible. Sure, we are witness to expectedly tense moments between some of the mothers, I chuck that up to maternal instincts and nothing more, but equally as important is the fact that most if not all of the women got along. They helped each other, and their children acknowledged each other amicably. Even Lo came across as a caring father, aside from that one instance where he forgets the names of a few of his children...laugh.gif

No ratchet fighting, no police drama, no battling for child support payments--nothing. Just a dude enjoying his pasta dinner with his numerous kids, and their mothers, in the dining room of his massive home in suburban Atlanta. If we can't even give this chance, then what can we give a chance?




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post #146 of 149
I know his baby mamas tite. They was tryna shine tooo. They put Sister Wives on, that Mormon poligamy crap on. Why cus its a religious group? Im know for sure Lo got some True Religion jeans. They should take that into account. He should just put it on youtube then. Bette yet, Official Worlstar Programming.
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Shawty Lo Starts Petition To Save Oxygen Reality Show "All My Babies' Mamas"

After Oxygen halted production on Shawty Lo's controversial reality show "All My Babies' Mamas," the rapper has responded by creating a petition to get the series on the air.

According to RumorFix, the Southern rapper's rep Kali Bowyer says that they're going to fight back. Bowyer explains that they've received more than 123,000 emails to their Atlanta, Georgia offices wanting to save the show, and have started a petition of their own that has 153 supporters as of press time.

The show initially came under fire with a petition that amassed almost 40,000 signatures. Oxygen released a statement yesterday announcing plans to shelve the show.

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post #148 of 149
With that petition it's gonna be back, and a ratings bonanza off even more controversy.
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This was low key anticipated.....

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