Maury Povich isn’t the only one who can deliver paternity results on national television. In this week’s episode of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, Yung Joc had to let Botchey in on a secret: the whole city of Atlanta knows who Botchey’s girlfriend’s baby daddy is, except Botchey. Yeah, it’s as complicated as it sounds. Word on every street is that the father of Keely’s child is a rapper named Bleu Davinci.
But before Joc dropped this truth bomb, he asked Botchey how it was possible that he didn’t know who the father of Keely’s son is. All Botchey had to say for himself was that he asked, she declined and he didn’t press the issue – a.k.a. he was just talking in circles like:
Um…WTF? If the person you’re dating won’t reveal who the other parent of their child is, are you even in a relationship? Well it turns out, Keely remembers things very differently and this sneak peak of Monday’s episode shows us she thinks this is kinda Botchey’s fault.
Whether or not Botchey asked is still up for debate, but we have a few questions before you vote in our poll below:
If you asked once and didn’t get an answer, how many times do you ask?
If your girlfriend refused to tell you who the father of her child was, is that grounds to break up?
Is it your responsibility to ask or is it your partner’s responsibility to tell you?
If the roles were reversed and a dad refused to reveal the mother of his child, would we treat this differently?
Let us know in the comments below.
We’ve seen a lot of wild baby mama/baby daddy scenarios (like when Diamond Strawberry told Cisco that she had a dog instead of a child and Cisco lied about his kids too!) but this was just messy.
Be sure to see this unfold on the newest episode of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta on Monday night at 8/7c.