An Atlanta producer, Jay Williams has 37 kids by 17 different women. For him, this isn’t a bad thing, because it looks to have landed him a reality show!
Jay Williams, 44, is a video producer out of Atlanta who after fathering 34 kids by 17 different mothers, in addition to adopting 9 kids, contacted spiritual and relationship expert Iyanla Vanzant for help.
After 5 kids and possibly three baby mommas the situation can become quite a bit to juggle. After 10 kids, and maybe six baby mommas, wow. After 34 kids and 17 baby mommas it’s time to sit down with a life coach or spiritual teacher.
That’s just what Jay Williams, a successful video producer in Atlanta and a father of 34 children by 17 different women, did.
Williams sat down with spiritual and relationship expert Iyanla Vanzant of “Iyanla: Fix My Life” on the OWN Network after she received a letter from Williams.
Jay Williams wrote to Iyanla Vanzant to express to her his situation about his 34 children, ages 2 to 26.
What does Iyanla do when she confronts Williams — she brings him 34 dolls.
She asks Williams to hold the dolls or try to hold as many as he can to understand the overwhelming responsibility and weight he has placed on himself.
Still, when asked did he think by the point of 34 children that it was too much. Williams replied, no.
When asked did he use condoms, Williams replied yes, adding that he would probably have 200 children if he didn’t.
When questioned about a vasectomy, Williams replied he doesn’t want one.
At some point in his interview, Williams gets frustrated at holding the dolls and puts them down.
Iyanla Vanzant responds vigorously stating that she’s sorry and moms don’t get that chance to put down their children as she puts the dolls back in Williams arms.
Check out the video of Jay Williams, who fathered 34 children by 17 women as he tries to get a grip on his life below. Also look at the footage following it to see a sneak peek of what’s to come as he gets confronted by his children and baby mommas.
It is being reported that he has landed a reality show about his story and large family on Oprah’s network, OWN. Will you watch?