Black people have extremely high fecundity rates. They love to have children - out of wedlock. Take former boxing champion Evander Holyfield. He has - at last count - nine children, five of which were out of wedlock. All with different women.
Black people have brought with them from Africa many things and wonderful attributes that have livened up lily-white America. Profound skills in sports, such as placing a basketball through a hoop and running with a football across the goal-line are ways Black people showcase their dexterity. They also bring with them the idea of polygamy, which the Mormons are routinely lambasted for, but no African is ever scolded for practicing.
One article states:
"...polygamy has been practiced to not only show a mans wealth, but also to assure the continuation of the mans family. It is also considered a strong indicator of a mans virility and need for sexual satisfaction."
This idea of sexual dynamism is rampant in the Black community, as Stuff Black People Do Not Like includes having children with only one woman.
Take Desmond Hatchett for instance. He has, possibly, 20 or 21 children. There at least 11 mothers, potentially more.
He has a minimum wage job, so his vocation doesn't support the virile avocation he so joyously practices. He is not a candidate for the African big man, but he still maintains a healthy enjoyment in his homegrown morals and ethics.
This Tennessee native derives great lust out of fathering children with different females, but doesn't have the same enthusiasm for paying child support.
"The mothers of Hatchett's children are supposed to get anywhere from $25 to $309 a month, but when his paycheck is garnished amongst them all, some women only get a $1.98 a month."
Holyfield and Hatchett are not to blame with their desire to sow their wild oats and pass on their genetic inheritance to the next generation. By fathering a combined 30 children (sic) - the number is probably greater - these African men are only continuing a fine African tradition and Stuff Black People Don't Like - having a child with only one woman.
One thing Black people do like - taking tax dollars from dubious, hard-working tax payers, to support their high fecundity rates.