O-Cakes Has Some Good Sperm

Screen Shot 2014-08-09 at 10.43.42 AMwell congrats o-cakes!
he finally dropped his beautiful load

Screen Shot 2014-08-09 at 10.43.04 AMScreen Shot 2014-08-09 at 10.45.23 AM Screen Shot 2014-08-09 at 10.45.34 AMawww that’s sweet.
he looks very happy.
now how do you pronounce “meggaa” exactly?

GinaMarie_confused-1just asking.
either way,
i know he will make a good father.
congrats again!

lowkey: that cub got some good hair like the daddy.

follow o-cakes on his journey into fatherhood: here

3 thoughts on “O-Cakes Has Some Good Sperm

  1. Wow! he really named him Megaa. As if the two A’s make it cuter. Anyways, congrats to him and his egg donor.

    LOL why does Omarion’s eyes always look closed. Negro are you sleep walking? Oh and not to start anything about the good hair comment but I looked exactly like that as a newborn baby and now my shit is Afro kinky curly nappy(whatever you call it) like the majority of black people’s hair. It does say blasian so maybe it’ll stay. Is Omarion the blasian in this equation? Look at his eyes, he has to get em from somewhere.

  2. Of course, I don’t favor the use of the term “good hair” as you have done. Almost all black babies are born lighter and with straighter hair than they will have in life. In medicine, the Hippocratic Oath says: “First do no harm”

    The song “Accentuate the Positive” by Johnny Mercer said: “You’ve got to accentuate the positive
    Eliminate the negative
    And latch on to the affirmative
    Don’t mess with Mister In-Between”

    Noted Black Panther Party founder and self-proclaimed revolutionary said: “What we’re saying today is that you’re either part of the solution or you’re part of the problem.”
    From the medical field, from entertainment and from a leader in black liberation, we get those words of wisdom. These words of wisdom all essentially say the same thing: First do no harm and accentuate the positive, eliminate (not excuse) the negative and do that because if you’re not part of the solution (the positive), then you’re part of the problem (the negative). It is unclear to me using the term “good hair” to refer to hair of the type that white people have makes a positive contribution to the uplift of African Americans or black/people of African descent anywhere. In fact, it doesn’t. It is clear to me that it’s part of the problem. It’s a part of the negative! Knowledge is key.

    If you’re not a part of the solution, then you’re part of the problem. The Hippocratic Oath is “First, do no harm.” So we have the cure: Be a part of the solution and not a part of the problem and do no harm. Few behaviors or actions are neutral. They ether help toward a goal or they work against the goal. The song said it well, “Accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative.” A few things: Don’t use the N word and call out and chastise those who do. Get it removed from music and music videos. Don’t use terms such as “good hair.” (This presupposes that black hair, nappy hair, strong hair, tightly coiled hair is “bad hair”.) Don’t excuse such poor behavior. Strive to eliminate it in you and in others that you touch. Strive for excellence and the highest standards of achievement! Seek common ground with other people who will pledge to behave positively. Don’t say or do such things as “I used a black [doctor, lawyer, carpenter, etc.] and he wasn’t any good so I’ll never use another black [doctor, lawyer, carpenter, etc.] again. That’s negative, particularly when black people will use a white or other [doctor, lawyer, carpenter, etc] and if dissatisfied will go on to the next white or other [doctor, lawyer, carpenter, etc]. Black people are signified by their dark skin, broad noses, full lips and strong hair. Don’t use negative terms to refer to such characteristics. Don’t put light skin, pointy noses, thin lips or stringy hair above black features. Each one teach one. Each one reach one. Open your eyes to the facts of PTSS (Post Traumatic Slavery Syndrome), including wearing of weaves, dying hair orange, red, blonde and platinum—all unnatural colors for blacks but natural for whites. Realize that love is love but that many blacks are so enthralled with white beauty (which they make the standard) that they in their slave mentality (a symptom of PTSS) are “naturally” drawn to white women and men (with, for example, blonde hair and blue or “light” eyes) and that they are “naturally” repulsed by “ugly” or “lesser” black women and men with their dark skin, strong (tightly coiled, nappy) hair, broad nose and full lips. Understand much of that as a form of self-hatred and self-loathing and that it is contagious—can spread from person to person.

Play nice, stay on topic, and for the love of god: NO SPAM!