Demond George, a father of 33 children, recently uploaded a family photo on Facebook, which soon went popular on social media. Soon after, George went live on Facebook in response to the backlash of being labeled “irresponsible and nasty.”
“Pull out game ain’t weak, I just don’t pull out,” the 34-year-old father says in the video. “You n—– got three or four [kids] and don’t do a mother—— thing. Ain’t s— weak over here. My pockets not weak, and my d— sure ain’t weak.”
In the original post of over 20 images of the family photoshoot, he captioned it, “The LEGEND The LEGACY WILL LIVE FOREVER.” After thanking his nine children’s mothers for making the shoot possible, he ends the post with “9 missings it still turned out good I’m truly blessed.”
George has since put his Facebook on private after being dragged on all social platforms for being “weird and disgusting.” Many criticized the father of 33 for his male entitlement, claiming that he would never be able to give all of his children the care they deserved as they grew up, as per Black Enterprise reports.
One user asked, “‘Legacy’ OF WHAT??? What he was done in life worthy of being kept alive? What has he built for these kids? What are the things he has done that will feed whole generations? NOTHING. This is just male entitlement and lack of responsibility.”
While many people defended him, claiming “be fruitful and multiply” or speculating he’d be present and financially responsible for the children’s lives, George admits many times in the video how his baby mothers know he’s broke, despite flaunting “20 grand, cash” and having four bank accounts.
Another user compares him to Nick Cannon and thanks to his contribution to repopulating the planet. “That why Kings had multiple wives… man seed was to spread and as statistics tell it this year alone was the lowest birth rate in a generation so Kudos to him n Nick for repopulating the earth.”
George claimed to be a truck driver, which begs the question of how he could possibly be present in the lives of his 33 children.