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Fathering 22 children could land Orlando Shaw a reality show. The Tennessee deadbeat dad became a viral embarrassment for his undying “love” for women, which led to successfully planting seeds in more than a dozen members of the female race.

“I’ve had a lot of people from Hollywood calling me,” Shaw claimed in an interview.  Clearly unaware of how Shawty Lo’s similar attempt ended, Shaw “recently” inked a “production deal” with a “prominent Los Angeles agency,” to get the ball rolling on his reality TV career.

Since he’s not paying child support, a reality TV check will help cover the more than $7,000 a month paid by the state to help his children. “I was young and ambitious and I love women,” Shaw told Nashville station NewsChannel 5.

It’s estimated that he would need three or four full-time jobs to cover any real form of support.  “You can’t knock no man for loving women,” he added. “I love my kids and I can care less about what anyone thinks about it. I’ll be sure we’ll be here for years and years to come.”

“Love” isn’t the only things the 33-year-old has to offer his offspring, he’s also there for inspiration. Shaw’s 16-year-old daughter is pregnant. “I have babies for her,” he said. “If she wanted a baby daddy has plenty for us.”

Three of Shaw’s 14 baby’s mothers have pending child support lawsuits against him.

Photo: NewsChannel 5

 

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