Skip to comments.Deadbeat Dad Flaunts Cash On Facebook, Not His Smartest Move
Posted on 03/19/2013 5:17:15 PM PDT by zeestephen
The court ordered Facebook to give the District Attorney full access to Robinsons account, resulting in child support felony charges. Photo in Comments.
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I’d bet aint no body in that bloodline had a yob evhaaaa,
I STILL have not stopped laughing!
I dont like what he did but I am horrified that he is facing child support FELONY charges.
Ima flash cash from my stash but I stick it to the man, he pays for my keeds
we need to mark this on the calendar and put it in the lexicon or people will not get it it
The felony is probably from lying to the court that
he didn’t have any money to pay for his 9 spawn.
what a joke down the rabbit hole for the money if they ever had a tv sereies on what this is the would call it the bibble and everyone would watch and then they would put you on a list and kill you
oh whups did i say that out loud cause if you wanted people to get it they would and then you wouldn’t get it so there nanny nanny foo foo
Looks like about $400 there. Big whoop.
List of rap songs that don’t talk about Drugs, Hoe’s or Money:
The amazing thing is that he’s any kind of “dad”, deadbeat or otherwise. Somebody had to breed with that nasty looking thing.
Yes, the New Orleans Times-Picayune has run an amazing number of similar ones, too. One that I recall was for a slightly older deceased "entrepreneur" (read: drug dealer) whose children all had automotive names. Fiero, Camry, Tercel, etc.
Even funnier, though, were the two memorials that were printed on the one-year anniversary of a man's death. The first used his given name, William, and featured the same photo that had been used in the obit the prior year. The usual "Missing you terribly, yada, yada" - Signed, loving wife and children. Right below that memorial was a second one, featuring an "out on the town, partying" photo of the same man, identified as "Willie", written by another woman who missed him terribly and had apparently been with him, uh, at "the end".
I'm pretty sure I still have a clipping of that. I remember reading it at the office and circling both of the "In Memoriams" in yellow highlighter, then leaving the page on my boss's desk. He laughed so hard I was afraid I'd have to call the paramedics.
While I have no empathy for this douche nozzle, there’s a dirty little secret in America, lots of deadbeat mom’s; but that doesn’t fit the narrative.
God, I hope the Times-Pic cutback to fewer publishing days doesn’t affect its obits! Maybe YOU can become an ‘entrepreneur’ with “Obits of NOLA” kinda like “People of WalMart.”
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