Dear Miss Pearl,
My brother has a baby by a girl in the neighborhood and
this baby doesn't look anything like our family. Most of our family is very dark
and all of the men in my family have a short baby finger and this little boy,
who is 1 years old is very light like his mother and doesn't have the
I have told my brother that that isn't his baby, but he says it
is and won't listen so it has caused a lot of drama in the family because my
brother's girlfriend doesn't want the baby to come around us because I have told
the family that it's not his kid.
My mom loves the baby, but even she
said that he is "too light" just like his mother. We have VERY strong genes in
my family and I know that this isn't my brother's kid. Should I get my mother to
babysit the kid and figure out a way to get a DNA test since that seems to be
the only way he will understand?
Dear My brother's keeper,
bye!! If your brother says that it's his baby, it's nobody elses responsibility
to try to convince him otherwise! Why do you GIVE a $hit if the baby is his?
Apparently he loves the baby and that's all that matters to him, so shut the
hell up with your stupid assed reasoning for trying to make the baby NOT
It pisses me off that people want to point to their "strong genes"
as to why a baby doesn't belong to them. Who the hell are you to determine what
strong genes are, and what genetic studies have you conducted that told you that
YOUR genes are any stronger than those of the other side of this babies
Girl, go sit your ignorant, strong gened, shawt fingered a$$ down
somewhere and mind your own business! Stop causing drama where it's unnecessary.
If your mother doesn't want anything to do with her "too light" grandchild and
you think that he needs to be black and little fingered in order to be in your
family, then stay the hell away, because I don't blame the baby mama for not
wanting her child around you jackasses.
Have a seat, hoe.
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