Walkers' nine daughters and two sons don't need that.
Oxygen's canceling the show is a refreshing reminder of what can be accomplished when everyday people band together and holler, "Hell to the no!"
"If this didn't have children involved, it would have just been another 'Flavor of Love,' " said Ulysses "Butch" Slaughter, founder of the locally-based Odyssey Project that helps children reconcile with their fathers.
" The sizzle reel [promoting the show] was disgusting," said Slaughter, who lives in Aston, Delaware County. "When I saw the babies crying, the moms screaming at each other ... It was disrespectful to black women and extremely disrespectful to black children and extremely disrespectful to righteous black fatherhood."
Sabrina Lamb, an author, clicked on an Internet link to a clip from the show on Dec. 27 and got fired up.
"Anybody could do what I did. I called the CEO," said Lamb, who started a petition drive to remove the show from the air. "After they didn't return my phone call, I sent an open letter. Then I reached out to the CEOs of NBC Universal and Comcast," parent companies of Oxygen.
Eventually, she, Slaughter and the rest collected signatures from 37,000 people who were concerned about the show.
"I was hearing from single mothers saying, 'I was that girl in that show that got pregnant," Lamb said. "In the video, they're fighting each other and ... saying things like, 'Do you like her because she's skinny?' And the children are watching."
I guess no one on "All My Babies' Mamas" ever heard of condoms, or how HIV and AIDS is continuing to make inroads into the black community. Nor do they have a clue about responsible parenting.
I'm sorry, but I'm old school when it comes to having babies out of wedlock, especially when the father has a bunch of other children already.
But as I pointed out earlier, Oxygen got the message. Walker, though, still hasn't. He's pushed back by launching his own petition drive to get the show aired.
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