Originally written on BlackSportsOnline  |  Last updated 11/19/14
I try to be as accurate as possible, even if it is about the number of baby mamas someone has. I know with 100% certainty that Dwight Howard has at least 6 baby mamas (the last being his girlfriend Christine Vest who just gave birth recently). There had been rumors there were more baby mamas floating around, but could never be confirmed. Dwight is better at hiding his Baby mamas than navigating free agency. The only one who he publicly acknowledges is former Basketball Wives star and Magic dancer Royce Reed. The only reason he has done that is because he has sued her several times. She was the 1st and her son is the oldest of Dwight’s children. She was the one who let the cat out of the bag about Vest being the latest in line to produce another Little Howard. She also provided the names of the other six baby mamas via Twitter, which would bring the grand total up to 8. Dwight’s oldest was born in November of 2007. So in a span of a little less than 6 years, he has fathered 8 children if you are to believe Royce Reed. While Royce is no angel, no one has ever questioned the validity of her claims about Dwight Howard and his other kids. Maybe the Lakers, Hawks, Rockets, Mavericks and whoever else is thinking about bringing him in, should add a condom clause to his contract. Remember this is someone who when he was a rookie wanted to change the NBA logo to the sign of the cross.  How things have changed.
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