Looks like people are still real big mad about me posting my disdain over “Baby Daddy” cards. Oh well. I have a husband who is a father who is black let me get a card that represents that. Not this!! Glad it’s not just me. @target @americangreetings let’s do better pic.twitter.com/YhBUhRWCfO— Takeisha Saunders (@Gagirlkeish) June 13, 2018
@amgreetings I find this card to be very disturbing. This is how you’re marketing to the black folk it’s appalling and you should be ashamed. The black men of this country deserve better. #babydaddy #really? pic.twitter.com/5dG6anTLy6— BAS (@angelique0910) June 6, 2018
Seriously @Target???? Baby Daddy is not a term of endearment. This is an insult to black fathers and a slap in the face to the African-American community as a whole. There are plenty of black men that are EXCELLENT FATHERS, not “baby daddies”!!! pic.twitter.com/Q9OWRpBl0M— LiciaYvette (@MsLiciaYvette) June 11, 2018
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