“Dwyane Wade is offering to pay only some of what he owes me if I sign an agreement never again to discuss what happened in our marriage or with our children. I refuse,” she told the Chicago Sun-Times. “I finally told Carr I just wanted to end the case and keep my freedom and my voice. I told him I didn’t want anything from Dwyane. The judge demanded the trial continue. I couldn’t believe it.”
And she never passes up an opportunity to take a public dig at Wade.
So for many black women, who are getting older, who meet men they may want to marry, is it worth it to get serious about a man with a child – or children?
I’m just asking the question. There are many relationships that are working nicely with stepmothers across America – and there are many that are absolute hell.
I am not passing judgment on Wade or Union. I’m simply suggesting that as black women get older, there’s a greater chance of meeting a black man with a child from a previous marriage or relationship.
For some black women, dating a man with a child – or children – could be a deal-breaker in a new relationship.
Meanwhile, Gabrielle Union seems to have moved past the baby-mama drama. She and Wade spent last week in the Bahamas partying with friends.
What do you think?
Baby Makers: Celebs Who Have 4 or More Kids
1. Tina Campbell - 4 kids1 of 9
2. Kimora Lee Simmons - 42 of 9
3. Master P - 93 of 9
4. T.I. - 74 of 9
5. Floyd Mayweather - 45 of 9
6. Mathew Knowles - 46 of 9
7. Angelina Jolie: 67 of 9
8. Muhammad Ali: 98 of 9
9. Madonna: 49 of 9
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