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The mother of one or more of a man’s children, especially one who is not his wife or current partner:‘he and his baby mama have been broken up for years’
- ‘Some people don't realize all the pressure and stress baby mamas go through.’
- ‘Now, she's just gonna be another of his baby mamas.’
- ‘After my son was born and his father and I broke up, the media called me everything from a baby mama to a drama queen.’
- ‘That's my baby mama, these are our children, and if it weren't for her, I wouldn't be who I am today.’
- ‘The photos brought up questions as to how many kids & baby mamas he actually has.’
- ‘I also thought about how so many men just abandon their baby mamas like cowards, scared to accept responsibility for their actions.’
- ‘Hope the show lasts a long time now that he has child support to pay to TWO baby mommas.’
- ‘He has at least 4 baby mamas meaning 4 - 5 kids.’
- ‘The family was in the tropical locale for Jack's wedding ceremony with his baby mama.’
- ‘Having six children, two divorces, and a young baby mama represents a lifetime of responsibility and potential drama.’
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