Is Baby Mama a description or a depiction?

Today I was reading an article on MSNBC and here is the phrase in question, “Kanye West is already spoiling his baby mama.” I find this characterization interesting. Have you ever seen Jessica Simpson, Angelina Jolie, Sharika or Halle Berry described in print as a “baby mama”? Share your thoughts.

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  • elogam  On January 27, 2013 at 10:50 pm

    The future senator from New York, Patrick Monayahan, wrote a book in the ’60’s about the ‘crisis’ of out-of-wedlock birthrates in the (negro) community being 20%. It’s now approaching 90%. The stigma of pumping out “bastard” children (an ugly term for an ugly situation that has fallen out of favor) is gone. Now it’s celebrated. This is a symptom of the decline of our society, when we minimize the structure of the nuclear family that has been around for centuries, decide that “anything goes” as far as parents, and even eliminate the notion that marriage should be for life. Celebrities can financially afford their dalliances with multiple partners, but they are horrendous role models. Yesterday I was in McDonald’s (using their free WiFi of course) when a toddler came off the playground and said “Go to daddys?”. The mother replied “No, we’re going home.” I don’t know why mommy and daddy have separate homes, but it’s all too common in society. A child needs a mother AND a father, working together, living together, committed to each other for life.

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