By KEITH MORELLI
Angel Adams. . .
With measured indignation, Adams said somebody owes her. "What do I do?" she said earlier in the day. "I have no answers. My family has been railroaded. Someone needs to pay.
Wednesday morning, in the dingy motel room, Adams handed out a list of her children's names and ages. Across the top: "Three fathers. One Mother. Fifteen Children." One of them, a 1-year-old, is named John the Baptist Brown.
Ten of the children, she said, were fathered by Garry Brown, currently serving a five-year prison term for dealing cocaine. A sampling of his kids' names: Garry Nesha, Garry Brown Jr., Garry Lethia, Garryiell and Garry Rick.
The 12 kids are the youngest of 15, she said. Three have "aged out," meaning they have turned 18 and are on their own, no longer a part of the child welfare system.
I'm totally OK with this if she has the means to be responsible for herself and family. What has happened here is not right. The real tragedy is that there are those who think she is justified in thinking she is somehow owed by society or that society is somehow to blame for her plight.
"I can have as many as I want to," she said. All her kids, she added, "are gifts from God." The 37-year-old mother doesn't work. "This is my work," she said, gesturing toward the bunch. "I do this all by myself. I don't know what I'm going to do. "I need money," she said. "I need transportation. My children need a place to live."
I've got an idea, it's to late to close your legs and get a job and your definitely not shutting your mouth so you're already half way there. Open your mouth a little wider, spread those legs and Since your so good at it, you need to start charging for what you do. . . "your work". A lot of artists go unpaid for their work but you don't have to. You go girl.