babydaddy

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ba·by·dad·dy

also baby daddy  (bā′bē-dăd′ē)
n. pl. ba·by·dad·dies Slang
The father of a woman's child, especially of a child born out of wedlock.

[African American Vernacular English baby daddy, baby's daddy (probably influenced by Caribbean English baby-father, babydaddy).]
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As for her baby daddy, Travis Scott, he is completely smitten with his daughter as well.
By JUST BRENDAHiilBrenda,My baby daddy, who is also my fiancee, lives in a different town.
The Baby Daddy singer mused, "Baby now you are chasing me alone.
This former One Direction band member, and baby daddy to former Girls Aloud pop diva Cheryl, likes a serious look in camouflage and shades.
He tells Bob that he won't be pursuing a relationship with her as he doesn't want to have his heart broken, which is fortunate as a guilty Kelly-Marie ignores Scarlett's pleas for her to make peace with her baby daddy.
Summary: Bridget Jones has baby daddy issues and a new beau in the long-awaited third instalment of the series
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Andy Richter @AndyRichter My kids call me their baby daddy, but only when they see me in shorts
The mother of two has been in an excruciatingly long and heated legal battle with Ahmed Ezz, whom she claims to be the baby daddy of her twins.
Ciara has reportedly rekindled her relationship with her fiance and baby daddy, Future.
Within minutes her abuser wrote: "F*** you, f*** your half breed n*** baby daddy, your mind is just as f*** up as your hideous face" and "vile w***".
Her baby daddy is in and out of prison, he is a known gang banger and their future right now, lies in the hands of the judicial system.