Herschel Walker’s son’s wild rants about missing baby dads are going viral on Twitter, just as his Republican Senate candidate father tries to explain how he has a few other kids the public didn’t know about.
While Christian Walker, 22, angrily preached to baby daddies to “control your thing” on TikTok videos, his father admitted he has two other sons and a daughter with other mothers.
Walker, a Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL star who was backed by Donald Trump in his campaign against Rep. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.), has often spoken out publicly against children raised in fatherless homes, which he called “a major, major problem.
“Go home and raise your children!” said an angry Christian Walker in one of his video messages earlier this week, targeting “Wild N’ Out” host Nick Cannon. “And take care of the women you knock up!” Can you control your thing for three seconds? »
He had a similar rash weeks ago on the same subject.
“Fathers, it would be great if you stayed home and raised your kids instead of running off to fuck a bunch of women who weren’t your baby mama.” Stay home and raise your fucking kids! he said. “Your children need a father!” Come home!”
On Wednesday, Herschel Walker’s campaign confirmed a report in The Daily Beast that he has a 10-year-old son with a woman he is estranged from.
He fathered the child “years ago when he was unmarried,” campaign manager Scott Paradise said in a statement to UK Time News.
The Beast reported that the child’s mother, who has not been publicly identified, sued Walker after the delivery to obtain a declaration of paternity and child support from Walker, who has limited contact with her son. youngest son.
After his campaign confirmed the 10-year-old son, Walker, 60, then said on Thursday he also had a 13-year-old son and a grown daughter, born when Walker was around 20, after it was reported in The Daily Beast.
“I have four children: three sons and a daughter. They are not “undisclosed” – they are my children. I support them all and love them all,” Walker said in a statement to UK Time News.
Walker told UK Time News he “chose not to use them as props to win a political campaign” — although Christian Walker has appeared at events with his father.