I’m Having A Blast

- By Bossip Staff

Posted by Bossip Staff


Little Miss Myspace Blogger Solange believes that she’s in the position to give advice to teen mom Jamie Lynn:

“I have been so blessed that my son is the coolest kid ever. Of course, that first year of not sleeping and just being dedicated to him had tough parts but that’s fine. It’s been a blast for me. A lot of people have doubts, but when you have a child I think it takes a really non-emotional person not to have a blast, no matter what age. I’ve heard stories of people who were 14 that had kids and basically snapped into it and got into the groove of motherhood. I think that emotional attachment, there’s nothing out of it that you could regret.

When will she acknowledge the importance of education or a stable family for the child? These chicks see babies as fashion accessories. If your baby is the coolest kid on the block, motherhood will be a piece of cake.


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    ??? Who cares

  • andie


  • andie

    She’s treating it like a damn game.

    I still don’t think she’s grown up.

    Jamie Lynn will not be having a blast anytime soon.

  • arasiam

    Cute Kid! I forgot all about her having a kid. Was she young like the Spears girl?

  • Salty Beans

    *Double Yawn*

  • Don't mind me

    Cutie- so the daddies white? never seen him close up before.

    Oh come on now she hasn’t done anything wrong. But there is a difference when raising a kid in money and having no support or money. Not so much of a blast then

  • weezy

    is she giving props to a 14 year old, and people say Beyonce is dumb, I think she is the one that skipped school. Matthew seems like a smart guy why is Solange so dumb?

  • Strong Black Man

    lol when your mom is crazy you have a bunch of women hating Eminem’s walking around..

  • http://365daysofmovies.blogspot.com/ MovieWatcher

    I do think she has trouble articulating things but I must say at least she says what she believes (rather I agree or not) and not some publicist written answer.

  • im so pretty

    damn,that child looks like a little old jewish man,ewww

  • Free

    lmao at im so pretty! you are spot on with that one.

  • Dice Clay

    Dice, you are the father!😆

  • tj

    Is that baby half white? SMH. Why is she relevant anyway. If my sister is a fashion designer should I be in Vogue? WTF.

  • backyard

    That kid is so weird looking

  • PrettyMissSunshine

    But there is a difference when raising a kid in money and having no support or money. Not so much of a blast then

    +But there is a difference when raising a kid in money and having no support or money. Not so much of a blast then


    @ Dont Mind Me

    you hit the nail right on the end. When you struggling, tryna figure out where the next meal is coming from, its not such a blast then. But its not her fault that her family has money.

  • Becky

    tj: Is that baby half white? SMH.


    Why are you shaking your head? What a douchey comment to make. That baby is real cute…don’t be mad just because you have hair like a brillo pad. I bet you’re a totally fugly piece of ghetto trash


    @ backyard

    Tru story!!!

  • no ma'amz

    There are plenty of women who had children at age 14, or under age 18, who went on to college. I know of some who went to college, made high GPAs, pledge sorority, and got their professional degrees and careers. If you have the right support, mindset, passion and determination, teenage mother or not, anything is possible.

  • Strong Black Man

    *crowd cheers for the triumphant return of SBM”

    *Bumpin R.Kelly’s Chocolate Factory”

    *Tryin to Step in the Name of Love*


    Becky are you white? You are real defensive. We are here to clown these clowns. You need to relax or get lost.

  • Just Sit And Be Pretty

    @Salty Beans, I co-sign… Hey SBM, where’ve you been…thought you jumped the fence too.

  • no ma'amz

    Besides, people go to college so they can have the can of lifestyle and wealth Jamie Lynn and Solange Knowles already had at a very young age. They had high net work and profits before the age of 18, by themselves. So, it’s no one’s business when they have their kids because society is not caring for them. The parents and their family are able to do it. It’s no worry of ours.

    Be a strong influence in your own child’s life and quite expecting other strangers, other strangers children, to be role models. Role models should be people you know on a personal level. There are judges, lawyers, doctors and many other successful people who have been teenage mothers, so it’s important know something other about a person than their professional title. If you don’t agree with the path in life they took, obviously that’s not the role model for you or your child – it doesn’t matter how much money they have.

  • Becky

    hehe…no one is cheering for the strong black man. Why don’t you tell us why you went away? or went into hiding more like. lol. you’re a total wierdo

  • Strong Black Man

    *we did it for love yeah!*

    @Justsitandbepretty..semester has started, work has started..health scares…lol 16-18 is catching up with me already!

  • im so pretty

    @ becky ,why are you so angry @ tj why does she have to be ghetto trash because he looks like someones father,lmao

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