Woman Tests 3 Men, Potential Grandma Feels There’s Many More (Full Episode) | Paternity Court


You may be seated. Hello, Your Honor. Hello. This is the case of
Alston vs.
Jones/Delk/Harrison.
Thank you, Jerome. You are welcome. Good day, everyone. Ms. Alston, you say for
the past two years, you’ve been living in
uncertainty and confusion. And you’re not sure which of three men fathered your two-year-old
daughter, Jasmine. And say, you grew up
without a father and don’t want the same
for your little girl. Which is correct. JUDGE LAKE: Mr. Jones,
you deny paternity ’cause you say Ms. Alston cheated
with another man and you have proof. Yes, Your Honor. Next, Mr. Delk, a
one-night stand is potential father number two and he’s waiting in our
courtroom hallway, claims he’s the only father figure
in the child’s life. Joining us from
his hometown is Jasmine’s possible grandfather
Mr. Joe Harrison, Senior. Because his son Joe Jr. is unable to appear
in court today, we’ve tested Mr. Harrison Sr. to help determine paternity. Now Ms. Alston… Yes, Your Honor? Please explain to the court, how three different men could possibly be your daughter’s
biological father? Well, basically, Your Honor,
I did have sex with all three men within
a two-week period of time. But out of the three men I did have a relationship
with the two, Joe Jr. and Mr. Jones, right here. I met Mr. Jones
back in high school. We dated for two
and a half years, um… I did however, a few months after we
got into the relationship, I did cheat and
I told him of it. JUDGE LAKE: So Mr. Jones? Yes, Your Honor. Do you agree with
what she’s saying? No, I don’t. Well, from the beginning
of our relationship, yes. She did cheat on me and
she told me about it. So when that happened, yeah, we kinda worked on it but I never really
got over it. So when you found out
she was pregnant what were you thinking? Well, here’s how she told
me she was pregnant. She said to me,
“How would you feel “if you’re not the dad.” That’s not how I told you. That is not how I told you. (AUDIENCE GASPING) I told you that
I was pregnant. I told you after the test that you may not
be the father. There was no test
to begin with. How far into your pregnancy did you tell him he
may not be the father? About three months,
that’s when um… I think I was about to
pass the three-month mark. So let’s move ahead. When you gave birth, who was at the hospital? His mom came. Originally, it was just
my mom and my brother. When I got out of surgery um, Ms. Childs was here. And I saw that
Mr. Jones was here. I didn’t expect
him to be there. So you didn’t even
expect to see them. Not Mr. Jones but I also
expected Joe Jr. to be there. ‘Cause he was there for
most of my pregnancy. Robert was only there
for the first sonogram. That was it. It was
really between Mr. Jones and Joe Jr. Those are the only two people
throughout the whole pregnancy knew that they
were possible so… Oh, so the grandparents
were there thinking they were having a
grandchild for real. Unfortun… Yes, they did. I didn’t tell them ’cause
I didn’t want it to be out. I didn’t. It was
unexpected when I saw both of them
there, at the hospital. So only the sons knew that
they were possible fathers. The grandparents did not know. Okay. So I want to hear from
your mother, Mr. Jones. Ms. Childs, please stand. State your name
for the court. Cartina Childs, Your Honor. JUDGE LAKE: So take me
back to that day you were at the hospital and you thought your grandbaby
was being born. Of course, Your Honor. Um, I would like to
correct Ms. Ashley. She texted me the day of letting me know that it
was happening right then and can I bring my son
there to the hospital. So for her to
stand here and say she didn’t know he
was going to be there, that is a complete
and flat-out lie. (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) ‘Cause she asked
for him to be there. That’s why I went and I picked him
up from school and I brought him there. That is when we
saw her mother. And we saw her brother. We saw baby Jasmine. She wasn’t in the room yet. And as we were there, Mr. Harrison Sr.
came up shortly after Ashley was brought
back in the room, and he introduced
himself to me. I introduced myself to
him as Robert’s mother. I never said my name or
who I was or what have you. So you were not aware
that there was a
possibility that there was any other potential
biological father. CHILDS: No. Let me talk to
Mr. Harrison. Mr. Harrison, thank you
for joining us. I’m trying to understand
what was going on, at the hospital that day
and it sounds like you were trying to
understand as well. Yes. JUDGE LAKE: You arrived
at the hospital thinking your grandchild
was going to be born. Well, when I arrived the
baby was already born. JUDGE LAKE: Okay. And I introduced
myself to everyone. And I said that I’m
the baby’s grandfather. And then there was
complete silence. (AUDIENCE GASPS) It was a little unnerving. I didn’t know exactly
what was going on. But… I was just thinking
in my mind, “Wow, maybe she’s not.” That’s the impression
that I had left with. So when you saw baby Jasmine and when you look at her
pictures, do you believe that she is your grandchild? HARRISON SR.: Well,
she looks a lot, to me, like her mother. But… She has a lot of mannerisms
like my son who was… Really stubborn at that age. And my son was just that way. So in her, Ashley and my son
having this relationship, you know, just made me feel
as though that, uh, Jasmine was his
natural daughter. So have you established
a relationship at all with Jasmine? Oh, yes. She stays with us,
we love her. She comes and visits and we have a great time and… So now, Ms. Childs, I have
to ask you, have you established a relationship
with baby Jasmine as well? Yes ma’am. She does
the same with me. She comes. She lives
with me, I’ll babysit her. The adults are making
this much more difficult than it has to be ’cause, you know, she is the
innocent party here. Ms. Ashley, she’ll come along
so far with us. But then at the very last
moment she’ll back out. No. I have not. I’ve done… JONES: You’ve done
that every single time. ALSTON: Actually,
you know, that’s a lie. ‘Cause I asked
you at the beginning when she was first born,
“Can we do a DNA test?” JUDGE LAKE: So wait
a minute, Ms. Alston. Basically your child’s going back and forth… She mainly goes
to the Harrisons. She mainly goes
to the Harrisons… Could I interject?
‘Cause that’s
not true, Ashley. Don’t make it
seem like I’m not there. ALSTON: Let me finish. I say most of the support
I did get from the Harrisons. Now, you have helped,
yes. Robert, no. Right now, if I had to
sign my daughter over, I would either sign it to you,
Miss Tina or to Mr. Harrison. Not to Robert at all. The reason why I haven’t done
anything for Jasmine
as of yet, I’ve been wanting a DNA test for Jasmine’s
whole life right now. Like my mother just said. Every time it came down
for us to do something she would go part way. But once it’s time for
us to actually do it, she would find
some kind of excuse for her not to be there. That’s a lie. So right now what
I’m hearing is baby Jasmine is
going back and forth between two grandparents, both of them trying to
love and support her as grandparents should. And yet, there’s still a third possible biological father. And he says, he’s the only father figure
little Jasmine’s known. And that’s Mr. Delk. He helped me from
last August until early this February.
‘Cause I lost my job so I was financially unstable. Well, seven months
out of two years… That’s a significant
amount of time for her to spend
with somebody. JUDGE LAKE: He says he’s
been a father figure. You know I wanna
hear from him. Jerome, can you please escort Mr. Delk into the
courtroom, please. Mr. Delk? Yes, Your Honor. Please be seated. Thank you
for joining us today. We are here
discussing the issue, regarding baby
Jasmine’s paternity. Right? Yes. JUDGE LAKE: And Ms. Alston has
openly admitted in court today that she was intimate with three different men during the time of conception. One of which was you? DELK: Yes. We’ve also talked about the fact that you spent a
significant amount of time with Jasmine. And you say you’ve been
a father figure to her. I started watching
her in June. Okay, this is when
you was doing
your little paperwork and trying to find a job and everything. And, uh, basically what was going on was we… Like I say, we were
never boyfriend-girlfriend. It was a one-night stand. JUDGE LAKE: You had a
one-night stand? DELK: That’s it,
one night. We, of course, understand
as adults in this room that it only takes one. So. So you’re saying, “I understand that
I am a potential “biological father.” Yeah. This is the
whole deal about it. Like I was saying, you know, I was surprised. Because me, I had an injury where I lost a testicle. You understand me?
I’m figuring I’m almost 50. And he’s 20-something and
the other guy’s 20-something. I didn’t think it was,
you know, a snowball’s chance that
my sperm would swim… Would swim past theirs. I mean, these are young cats,
you know what I’m saying? And Ms. Alston.
How old are you? I’m 23. You know, I’m gonna give
it to you, Mr. Delk. That would make an older
man say, “You know what! “Look, if I’m going up
with two young ones, “might not be me, huh?” And yet, you still voluntarily agreed to
help her with the baby. That’s why I can’t understand. What type of relationship
do you have with baby Jasmine? She lives with me up until 30 days ago, when you… It’s been 30 days, I mean… ALSTON: It’s been
more than 30 days. I’ve been at my job
for almost three months. Look here, you got her
four days before my birthday. I was born on May 30th.
Do the math. ALSTON: I got her
way before then ’cause she started day care
again back in March. The point is you had a bond with this little girl. They
were staying with you. You were helping. Helping? I was mama and daddy. She can know that.
You know this. She had a car. You can say it
in your seat too. Okay. I’m sorry.
I’m sorry. (AUDIENCE LAUGHING) (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) JUDGE LAKE:
I’m listening though. DELK: She know it. I’ve moved downtown. In the heart of the
DMZ, bullet city, just so I could be
close with her mama and her to have
a relationship. She lives with me. Before we get to the results, I wanna know what are
your hopes for today, Mr. Delk, do you want Jasmine to be your
biological daughter? DELK: She’s my
daughter regardless. The first person
she’s gonna run to probably past her grandmama, she’ll run to grandmama but she definitely
come for daddy. I mean she would.
If I walk out that door she will holler for me. What are your hopes? Well, it’s like I said from
the beginning to Ms. Ashley, either way it goes if she is my son’s, and that mean I am her
biological grandmother or if she’s not, I still wanna be a
part of Jasmine’s life. Either way it goes. JUDGE LAKE: That’s beautiful. (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) Mr. Jones, how about you?
What are your hopes? If she’s mine,
I’m going to step up, do what I have to do as a dad. If she’s not, then life goes
on as it already is. I keep my married life and I go on doing
my own thing. Mr. Harrison, how about you?
What are your hopes for today? Well, I’m hoping that if Jasmine is not
my granddaughter, well, she can still
call me grandfather. She can still be a
part of this family. JUDGE LAKE: That’s wonderful. Ms. Alston, I have to say. You are one lucky lady. (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) Yes, Your Honor. You have all these people that
love and support your child. Even though you got yourself
into one predicament. What are your hopes for today? That I know who the father is
because right now financially I’m going
down the hole again. I need someone to help just
watch her for like two months so I can just get
myself back straight. JUDGE LAKE: I’m gonna ask you
that question again. What are your hopes for today as it relates to your child and her paternity? ALSTON: I want
the father to step up. I wanna know who
her father is so that they can
step up to the plate. Okay, and before I go
to these envelopes let me say something. I need you to, first of all, understand that
being here today is not just about you coming up with some
checks and some money. ALSTON: It’s not
about that. No. JUDGE LAKE: Ms. Alston,
now I have asked
you two times. Look, you’re honest and
you need help, I get that. But when you keep
answering me that you just need
somebody to step up… Everybody done stepped up. I mean, like… The point is… (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) What you’re gonna
have to do now is step up as
a young woman. ALSTON: I have. And do what you need
to do to become the
mother you need to be and I believe you can do that. Now, I gotta ask you this
before I go to the results. Are you sure? We’ve now already
identified three. If there’s more,
just tell it now. No. I dated two of the three. I know of seven. Not several but
seven different men that came to my home to either pick her up
or drop her off. Or call my phone or came and just stood
outside of my house. Talking to this young lady while she was living there
dating my son. Okay, um… In light of that testimony I think we need to
have these results. (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) These results were prepared
by DNA Diagnostics and they read as follows. In the case of
Alston vs. Jones/Delk/Harrison
pertaining to whether
Mr. Harrison Sr. is the grandfather of
two-year-old Jasmine Alston. It has been determined that you are not her grandfather. In the case of
Alston vs. Jones/Delk/Harrison
pertaining to
whether Mr. Jones or Mr. Delk is the father of two-year-old
Jasmine Alston. It has been determined that the biological father is Mr…. Delk. (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) (SOBBING) DELK: He always
gonna be the grandfather. And she always gonna
be the grand-mum. And that I mean,
and ladies, I don’t know how you do it, I done been in Desert
Storm and everything. (CHUCKLES) Well,
you know what, Daddy… Having that baby
for a while… It brought the woman
out of me. Yeah, it did. (LAUGHING) Look, I bet you were
multitasking and
everything, right! I’ll tell you what! I know, Ms. Childs, this was
not the news you wanted. And I see your emotion. I see that. But what I do feel
so happy for is that baby Jasmine’s
got a village. DELK: Oh, yeah! JUDGE LAKE: And I want you
to understand that the baby’s counting
on you. All right? Yeah. JUDGE LAKE: I know. DELK: You okay? Yeah. JUDGE LAKE: Good. I wish you
the best of luck. Court is adjourned. (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) Congratulations! She’s gonna be around
Terence a lot more because I now know who the father is. I just kinda let
everyone be guarded because I didn’t know. I always knew she
was my daughter regardless of a DNA test. We just had a love bridge
and like I said, it didn’t matter
to me regardless. I was going to
be there to help.

100 Responses

  1. Micky Deloach says:

    She wants a money daddy!

  2. Sara Silvers says:

    Ms.Austin needs to step up and step away from the bacon and go get a job and take care of her child. Please go gargle and open up that throat so you can actually speak. gagagg ga gaa ga gerr ger ga…dang

  3. Andrea Brantley says:

    💭 There's a lot of love in that room for the lil girl…🥰 (And love is a beautiful thing!) 💕💕

  4. Shaye B says:

    That baby is so beautiful! God bless her

  5. DolceVita says:

    Can i check something? the older guy wasa one night stand … she met him one night and slept with him.. then she left her daughter with him for an extended period of time. DO I have that correct?

  6. Mia Renee’s “LIVINGROOMTALK” says:

    I’m so glad he’s the father ❤️❤️❤️

  7. philly1076 says:

    unhealthy mind and unhealthy body, stood up there looking like she 44.

  8. Nya Sweet says:

    Oddly..as strange as my comment may sound..i believe this young lady is making wise and mature decisions here. She seems to be thinking of what is best for the child "FIRST." She may come off childish and irresponsible but I feel she is only concerned about the well being of that baby. And for that I commend her.

  9. LYNNHOLLA1 says:

    Judge said "YOU CAN SAY IT IN YOUR SEAT TOO" LOL

  10. juju says:

    I don't want to ever hear another black woman complain about they can't find good black men….

  11. Laila Mazer says:

    Gorgeous girl!! What a beautiful 💓 they have for her

  12. Melissa Mcclaine says:

    Thot

  13. Jasmine Brown says:

    She is blessed not lucky. Cause two grandparents and the older man wants to be in her life regardless of the results. But she needs to get counseling or something. That little girl is beautiful

  14. YT4Me57 says:

    Beautiful little girl! Glad that the older man is her daddy. He was willing to make sure she had her needs met even when he wasn't sure of her paternity. That's a real father!

  15. Juli Byler says:

    What a mess 😳😰

  16. Dimples1228 says:

    I get the feeling that mom is gonna walk away from the child completely smgdh

  17. Annette Glenn says:

    I love her daddy!

  18. Lore Bay says:

    Young lady, don’t you have anymore random pregnancies, you got blessed through this one. Mr. Delk, I know you were her father the moment I saw you and her. Good job dad, keep taking care of your daughter cause mom seems a little unstable.

  19. akumbu sylvia ohuche says:

    Judge Lake: Well, you know what? ZDaddy!

  20. Fred Egg says:

    These women look like they ate their babies…..

  21. Latecia Leggett says:

    Baby got much love!! I love that!!

  22. Kandid Kayla says:

    That little girl is lucky they all want to be apart of her life.

  23. Keanna Malcolm says:

    Sloppy dudes, sleeping sloppy girls … Sums this up.

  24. Rome McDaniel says:

    Jones 23, FOH

  25. Leslie Major says:

    Sad!

  26. samantha major says:

    Miss u clearly dont want to be a mother, u dropping this child off from house to house. Just got her back n then ready to drop her off again, sir i would seek full custody but still have the door open to her mother

  27. Alexis Bradley says:

    Mr. Harrison reminds me of my dad with his church suit on lol 🤵🏾

  28. Alexis Bradley says:

    What women need to understand is no one faults a woman for not wanting to be a mom even if she had a baby, there's no rule that says a woman has to wanna be a mom. She needs to leave that baby with the dad, sign over her rights and keep it moving, it's not like the baby is with the mom most times anyway. She'll be just fine with her dad and the mom can come back and explain herself when her daughter is at an age to be able to understand what happened.

  29. Daniellehiu says:

    Everyone on this episode got high cholesterol.

  30. C&C Phx says:

    Dude from outside courtroom (Delk) looks like mike Jordan a lil bit

  31. PromoTechs says:

    dang they had to setup a round table of possible fathers.

  32. wanda sheard says:

    Throw the whole heifer away!!!

  33. Hope nco4 says:

    That little girl has a village. She is so lucky.

  34. Mo Treble says:

    I don’t understand the phrase “ I grew up without a Father” one would think they would take precautions and use protection but they are out here sleeping around 😩

  35. Cenique says:

    Well she hoed out then lucked out. Good for Baby Jasmin.

  36. Alex Campbell says:

    Wow .she is dropping the baby girl off like a parcel ..

  37. Duata Duati says:

    Seriously these guys who sleeps with her are not very picky😂

  38. ebunny5 says:

    I think that the child would have been well taken care of regardless of who her father was because they all seemed like decent people. However, I'm happy the father turned out to be the grown man.

  39. Gmail Account says:

    that box must be good!!! lawwdd

  40. Akim Sano says:

    This episode made me cried

  41. dean winchester says:

    Seriously what’s with the oversized clothing most of these ppl have on

  42. dean winchester says:

    I don’t like the look on the mothers face ,she has a mean face ,keep the baby girl away from her,she is ☠️☠️

  43. Queen Jazzy says:

    Sign over rights?? Whew this case making my head hurt!

  44. Miss Shay Robinson says:

    She need to stop passing this baby around to different men and families! That was concerning for me.

  45. Stephanie Adams says:

    This babygirl DEFINITELY has a village. I pray everyone that says they will and want to be a part of the babygirls life WILL BE! Mama needs some help and counseling – hardcore. bless her heart, she needs help. Daddy – Souljas swimmin' hearty bruh!

  46. Heather Lynde says:

    I love the dad, and thankful that's her dad, and I want to shout to the world respect when the dad says that will always be grandma and grandfather

  47. njeri georginah says:

    Paternity Court should come to my Country Kenya I love watching not a single one passes I love Judge she is just God sent for the little one in her country.

  48. T Y says:

    Some of us dig that the silver-haired, self deprecating beautiful, balded thing ended up as the dad !!! For some of us, that is a happy ending !!!

    Dear publisher 'Paternity Court', you are warming quite a few of my evenings of late !!! Blessings !!!

  49. Candy Cream says:

    Lord have mercy….she grew up without her dad and she don’t want the same for her baby but she slept with 3 different men….which planet is she on??…..

  50. Michelle Bissett says:

    Mr. Delk is a beautiful man

  51. crystal gee says:

    I think she never has the baby, she drops baby off with dad for a couple of months, picks her up and take her to grandma for a couple of months, picks her and drops her off with whom ever for however long then she rotates and repeats!!! Dad please get your daughter NOW!!

  52. Felisha Nelson says:

    She's very lucky to have so many people that loves her daughter!

  53. Lou says:

    That babygirl is beauuuuutiful. My gosh 😭 the mother needs the baby taken from her leave her with her daddy!!!! But it's beautiful that everyone could come together for the good of that beautiful baby girl 🥰

  54. נורמה דוד says:

    Just loved this 50 years vr's 20
    ha ha ha Good for you
    God bless you

  55. Jasuwanna Black says:

    She said she need someone to hold the little girl because she in a deep hole she going down, her life is not stable had 2 young men and it take the 50 years old man to plug her only one night stand his WATER strong hahaaa.
    She cannot take care of the little girl she still want to live her crazy lifestyle having more then 3 men ..very sad indeed

  56. CluelessGmer says:

    Condoms are cheap use them!

  57. Denise Myers says:

    Good job

  58. Denise Myers says:

    She don't want that baby she just said she was dropping her off for 2 months

  59. Min sur says:

    He needs to let her drop the daughter off, wait a few weeks, and pay a lawyer to file for custody. That woman has no business having kids.

  60. Laser Circus says:

    no offence to bigger women, but this is why i dont feel bad when i decline to date them (i know this makes me seem shallow, but its true, and my preference and women who say they only date tall men, are in the same boat so there should be no judgement here, just read the rest of the comment before replying about how im ignorant) because there are always some dude out there that likes that, and for women who like only taller/tall men, thats okay too, but if thats the case its should go both ways, and its not like i dont feel bad about it, but when i sleep with someone it will only be with my wife (when i do get married), im just sayin in this case, i wouldn't feel bad if i rejected this girl, because clearly she can get around.

    But don't get me wrong the other way either, a girl can be skinny/fit, and i can find her attractive, but if she has a bad attitude and/or sleeps around, you better believe i'll reject her too. Average women generally (for my preference at least) i find to be good wife material, healthy (not too big, not too small) and with a good personality and of course, there are special cases, where maybe a girl is bigger and has a good personality, maybe i might find her attractive, and if she fit and has a good personality, im not saying their aren't special cases either, but regardless at this point in the conversation, im bound to get some flack from someone

  61. Marja Smith says:

    She's a terrible example as a BLACK WOMAN ……. HOPE SHE SLOWED DOWN SINCE THIS SHOW….ITS AN EMBARRASSMENT ……SHE HAS A LITTLE GIRL…….thats going to l👀k up to HER…..im SMDH

  62. Amina Kane says:

    Excuse me??? She needs someone to watch her baby for two months👀👀👀someone??? You are despicable. Like the judge said you are one lucky hoe

  63. Belva Martin says:

    Wow that girl is just wants the money. She don’t care about the baby.

  64. AshleySaenz 09 says:

    She looked very unhappy with those results

  65. Sakora Nyass says:

    If you don't have father why are you roaming around

  66. roldy cadet says:

    Judge Lauren is really a beautiful sis just gorgeous

  67. Suzan Mobeng says:

    I can't stand these women who say things like, "I never had/ knew my father and I don't want that for my child(ren)" yet they are sleeping around…

  68. Susie English says:

    CONDOMS FFS

  69. shortie8713 says:

    Her neck tho 😳

  70. anneshirley duncan says:

    I hope that young lady knows how truly blessed she is! Her little girl has a grandfather and a grandmother that want to have a relationship with her. Even though they're not related to her. I truly believe that her father will keep his promise that they can still see her. I hope she realizes you can get yourself straight and keep your child. When the judge said you can sit down and say it. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🌹💀

  71. Gerard Lancaster says:

    So his 1 old ball beat out 4 young ones. Salute my dude 💪🏾✊🏾😂😂😂

  72. Gerard Lancaster says:

    Don’t ever let grandma know your business because she will SURELY tell it all. She called the plaintiff a whole freak. 😂😂😂😂😂😂

  73. Loving Life says:

    The mother has everyone taking care of that sweet little girl! I feel sorry for her! I wish the judge would have addressed her comment that she wants to drop her child off for 2 months. I hope Mr. Delk applies for full custody of that little girl!

  74. Shawn Nixon says:

    They a little slow

  75. María Emilia Negrón says:

    Well so you never met your father are you going to repeat the story for crying out loud Jesus

  76. hplexmark1 says:

    I don't get it. These women are going all over hells half acre, sleeping around. Is this something new? I know it went on when I was that age, but not like this.

  77. Frazier says:

    She was mad because she knew couldn't touch his VA benefits🤣🤣🤣

  78. Shai Dee says:

    I applaud the families for stepping up. I think they realized that ol' girl ain't worth a penny with a hole in it cut in two. They intervened for the baby's sake. Throw the entire mother away because she wasn't even close to remorseful.

  79. Gordon Payne says:

    I'm glad he was the father, maybe he can teach her how to speak black ADOS. Those other clowns didn't have any soul to their voice.

  80. Just About2 says:

    Why do so many Brown people not know who their father is?
    Time to change the pattern. Be RESPONSIBLE!

  81. Consumer CSS says:

    Lucky indeed. Omgness

  82. Consumer CSS says:

    Judge said I'm going to ask you again… smhh

  83. Consumer CSS says:

    Lol… you can say it from your seat. 😁

  84. Miss Payne says:

    Home girl was passing her little cootie cat around like it was a hot pocket. Geeesh! She obviously isn't fit to be a parent so she just needs to go ahead and let the daddy have full custody. God bless all of them people who stepped up when she stepped out.

  85. Reina Macarena says:

    …….dont want the same for her little girl…….why is it that every women who says this is a juke joint Jezebel?😬

  86. Tea Kay says:

    The mama ain’t ISH and daddy Delk needs to get FULL custody

  87. Nikky Tomlinson says:

    I'm glad oldie got the baby! She deserves all of them except her mommy

  88. Njabulo Shangase says:

    “You can say it in your seat too” 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  89. Tanya Clarke says:

    When he said “desert storm….” 💀

  90. June St Clair says:

    She's very brave. We can't judge, some of us do things but is not brought to the light because we didn't get pregnant.

  91. DefiesAllStereotypes says:

    It takes a village to raise a child, but unfortunately some women think it takes a village to conceive one too.

  92. Mandy Yang says:

    Protect and love this innocent child

  93. Danae Jacobs says:

    Wow she's lucky! Im a single mother of two toddlers and i only get a break when I go to work. I be smiling at work because it's easier than being a mum. She's got support left, right and centre.

  94. Johnny & Josie says:

    What good people these people are, this baby has a whole village of love and that's a blessing

  95. Crepusculla says:

    Good for the kid, her dad is a good man

  96. soulzsis says:

    That baby is truely blessed…
    I’m so disappointed in this lady but have to remember she’s only 23. The same age of my oldest son, but still she should know better leaving her daughter with “the village” and talking about financial support 🤭😮

  97. Sola Sunny says:

    Why they all look if they're 15 months pregnant?

  98. caroline boetger says:

    "What's your first hope?" "That I know who the father is, because right now FINANCIALLY I'm going down the hole again and I need someone to watch her for about TWO months so I can get myself back straight." Translates to…gimme some money and take this kid so I kin go have myself some fun…maybe get knocked up again by a father unknown, cause there ain't no shame in my game!

  99. caroline boetger says:

    She duh go to girl when u can't get anybody else to dip your stick in. Mr Delk better go for custody if he really cares about who his baby is around. This mother was practically salivating at the mention of money and he's going to be paying her lots of it while he's the one taking care of the baby and she's out doing her thang with whoever will hit her stinky thang.

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