Chris Bosh’s Baby Mama Allison Mathis Says Can’t Feed Child Off Just $2600 a Month (Video)

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I must warn you, if you are going to watch these videos Mathis’ voice is not easy on the ears, but nevertheless the cliff notes version of what she is saying is this.

Bosh wanted to have baby out-of-wedlock.
Mathis says Bosh promised her and her family he would marry her.
Mathis says Bosh has changed and has become Hollywood as Hell.
Doesn’t know where her and her daughter next meal will come from.
Mathis says Bosh isn’t helping at all.
She has applied for Food Stamps and things of that sort.
She wanted to be on Basketball Wives and Bosh sued her to keep her off the show.
She is salty about not being on Basketball Wives.

The one part of the video that I think is the truth and really lets you know what is going on is when she says and I am quoting.

“We were use to eating well….”

There are truly starving people in the world. Homeless people and people who really don’t know where their next meal is coming from. I think it is insulting for Ms. Mathis to act like she is in that bad of shape.

I am not saying Bosh couldn’t do more, but these type of videos aren’t helping Ms. Mathis’ cause.


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  1. I do not think she should live off his child support. She made that decision as well to have a baby not married and us women should listen to promises men make about marriage. A strong black woman would have made him wait until marriage for the baby.IJS

  2. This young lady is college educated. They shared a home for a number of years and lived as a couple (family reunions, birthday parties, etc.) She filed for food stamps after being laid off from her job. This issue was going on long before he married his wife. Their daughter is three years old. As a mother and a stepmother, my husband’s child would be taken care of as well as my own. Not taking care of the child that was born from my husband would make me the str8 up bitch, especially if I could afford it. 18 million dollars is enough to take care of the entire city of Orlando.

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