Most people are aware that it is both parents' responsibility to ensure that their children have food to eat, shelter, and clothing. Unfortunately, it is not everyone who feels the need to support their children. Some even run away from their responsibilities when their children are still newborns. With that being said, a lady caused a stir on social media after sharing what happened in relation to her baby daddy.
The lady mentioned that her baby daddy was not supporting his children, hence she took him to court. However, he quit his job to avoid paying maintenance. Fortunately enough, when he received his pension, the court gave the lady 70% of the amount. There were mixed reactions to the comments.
Some were saying the lady was smart for taking the man to court. Others expressed concern that such disagreements could endanger children. There's a lot that people have had to say. See more reactions down below.
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