Oxygen Halts Development of ‘All My Babies’ Mamas’ Reality TV Show

WTSP, January 16, 2013

Oxygen Media has pulled the plug on “All My Babies’ Mamas,” a reality special the network was developing about a musician who has fathered 11 children with 10 different mothers.

The network offered no reason for curtailing the project. In a statement issued Tuesday, Oxygen said that after reviewing the show’s casting the decision was made “not to move forward.”

The one-hour project would have featured Atlanta rap artist Shawty Lo, his children and their mothers.

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[Editor’s Note: See here for more on the show and the controversy surrounding it.]

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  • Ten black women with eleven children all in the same house, all of the women have had sex with and procreated with the same man? Cameras or no cameras, what could have possibly gone wrong?

    It wasn’t just a reality show, it was a crypt-polygamous concubine/hovel.

    • I wonder if the fights are better than what you would see in pro wrestling or MMA?

  • Triarius

    The liberals were probably embarassed by all the positive feedback they got from blacks.

  • Hugo

    Who would advertise on a show like that? Probably had a lot of Obama get out the vote adds.

    • StillModerated

      Let me see: Allstate Insurance, Chrysler 300, Eastern Motors, Nike, KFC, WalMart, Lottery tickets, BBQ potato chips, cheap beer, Johnson’s Baby Powder, body lotions, Afrosheen, etc. No problem!

  • guest

    Good. The last thing TV needs is more of this “reality” trash.

    • The__Bobster

      Then let them yank the anti-White reality trash first.

      • guest

        There would be a lot to yank out then. Today’s television shows (whether or not they’re “reality” based) are not just about entertainment anymore. Now it’s more about imposing leftist views on those who are foolish enough to believe it. The same can also be said for today’s movies. Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” is an excellent example.

      • StillModerated

        I’m pretty sure that the shows about moonshiners, the Hutterites, and the Amish feature actors. Probably disgruntled dropouts — and ugly ones to boot. However, I did enjoy Dirty Jobs, and Deadliest Catch. You can’t fake that.

  • dhs

    Perhaps the problem was a lack of Diversity among the baby mommies. Perhaps if 4 were black; 3 were white; 2 were hispanic; 1 was Korean, the show would have been given a green light. Perhaps the TV audience (~100% white female) doesn’t care about black on black sex.

    • OlderWoman

      I know a White elderly woman who watched Housewives of Atlanta because she enjoyed watching them fist fight with each other…but, she is a typical leftist who loves diversity…and voted for obama….*whine*

    • If a Korean woman were to do this she would probably disowned by her family.

      • Non Humans

        Then stabbed one of the shezillas..

  • Puggg

    Why do you think it was yanked? People might get the “wrong” (i.e. right) idea about all that vibrant diversity that’s about to be Section 8’ed into their zip code.

  • I know that there were a lot of complaints by Blacks on the way this show gave them a bad name.

    • The__Bobster

      Blacks give blacks a bad name.

  • OlderWoman

    I was hoping they would air this so more Wh!tes could see how truly dysfunctional and amoral they are. It might have swayed leftists to our side.

    • Non Humans

      Doubtful. (Repulsive) Honey Boo Boo’s success makes me think not. Non-human dysfunction is already quite highly publicized: Rap, BET, BlackstarHipHop.com, Reality TV shows, Youtube, Crime section of nearly every national and international newspaper/news outlet (though they do try to hide it).

      • OlderWoman

        Correction: It’s WorldStarHipHop.com. The link you gave leads nowhere. And I agree with you about Honey Boo Boo.

  • StillModerated

    Shawty Lo — a musician? Thanks, that’s the best laugh I had all day. I went to Youtube and listened to something called Dey Know. All I could figure out through the gibberish and the monotone is that he blew ass, and something about down low, which is a reference to sodomy (the unclean kind). In no way can rap ever be called “music.”

    I seriously need to know less than nothing about these over-hyped vermin.

    • Non Humans

      People? I feel insulted. One must first be human to be called such.

    • Hard to believe that he’s making enough royalties off that malodorous noise to sustain his crypto polygamous concubine/hovel. You better bet you and I are paying for the wives and kids with It’s Free Swipe Yo EBT cards.

      And to help you deprogram your brain from that junk noise:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rj_WihDcBv8

      Eddie Rabbitt was born in Brooklyn to Irish immigrants, but he made a nice musical career for himself south of the past and future international border. A minor hit of his from 1985.

      • Puggg

        Do this pup’s ears fool me, or do I actually hear actual music produced by actual musical instruments, ones that are finely manufactured to exacting standards as good stringed instruments must be, instead of laptop-produced noise?

        • FourFooted_Messiah

          Hell, I’ve heard GOOD white-produced electronica, which is a lot different than the rampant noise of techno/hipppy-hoppy rapica. Michael Iceburg or Synergy, anyone? Kraftwerk? Rush will always rule over any black wanna-be “music”.

          As for country music, yes, give me the older stuff, and not the wanna-be fail rock&roll “young country” is.

      • StillModerated

        I recommend this music be played at all suburban shopping malls. Eddie Rabbitt makes the most excellent bantu repellant.

  • IstvanIN

    There are TV shows that show New Jerseyans, the Amish, hillbillies and whatever in a bad light, so why not a show that shows blacks they way they really are?

    • bigone4u

      Good point. I guess we will have to keep watching the news to see blacks as they are, unless we are unlucky enough to live or work around them.

    • whiteyyyyy

      I think it might actually create more whiggers if they showed it.10 women, 10 kids somebody else pays for it. blacks might not contribute to culture in a positive way but they do influence culture.

  • bigone4u

    The show would have been written so that all would think it’s acceptable and even fun to be involved with a rapper like Mr. Shanty Low or whatever he calls himself. Deluded white women would have been motivated to seek out his sperm to get on the show. Better it not air as a reality show. However, if a news show like 60 Minutes takes him on for his irresponsibility then fine.

  • me

    The reason that the ‘mainstream media’ psyops machine pulled this gem of a documentary series is because it directly flies in the face of the “magic negro” myth that has been perpetuated for the last sixty years or so. Shawty Lo is no Cliff Huxtable….he’s your typical pavement ape. Aspiring “musician” (rapper)–check. “Baby daddy” times eleven–check. “Welfare queens” with coiffed hair and manicures, times ten–check. Criminal record–check. Typical and unceasing physical and verbal brawls, loud and noisy–check. Uneducated ‘ebonics’ spoken–check. It was a show that was guilty of “keeping it real”…too real!

  • Too much reality for a reality show…

  • odious liberal

    Afraid America would see the truth about the rich diverse black culture.

  • LastBastionOfHope

    Since the show began getting hype, he got another woman pregnant. I kid you not…I believe that’s 11 baby mama’s now.

  • shattered

    NWO mainstream media definitely follows a PC script.

  • A multiracial individual

    If having babies-mommas is a bad thing (which it is) then Clint Eastwood is a scumbag right?

  • Other Guest

    That’s all we need is another picturesque representation of the depravity of the ghetto for young impressionable ‘we’re all the same’ white kids who think it’s cool to emulate. Wasn’t the droopy drawer craze enough? (I always like to point out to those trend setters where that came from as a form of advertisment in men’s prisons that their ‘backside’ was ‘available’.)