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Viewers take a stand against reality show 'All My Babies' Mamas'

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ATLANTA (CBS ATLANTA) -

Outraged viewers took a stand against a reality show based on an Atlanta rapper.

Leading the movement to stop the show was CEO of WorldofMoney.org and author Sabrina Lamb.

The Oxygen Media show All My Babies' Mamas explores the life of rapper Shawty Lo who has 11 children born to 10 different mothers.

Rumors were running wild that the show has been canceled before it ran on-air.

Oxygen confirmed the cancellation on Facebook:

Regarding "All My Babies' Mamas":
We've reviewed the project as part of our development process and will not be moving forward. We'll continue to develop compelling content that resonates with our fans and drives cultural conversation.


Lamb was disgusted after watching a preview of the show.

She has had enough junk reality TV, so she reached out to the online community to start a petition.  

Lamb believes the show is an attack on African-Americans, parents and children.

Oxygen execs described the cast as "an extremely blended family that is anything but ordinary" and hoped the "audience can tweet and gossip" about the show.

CBS Atlanta News' Jennifer Banks also invited the rapper in for an interview; however, his talent agency declined.

Lambs petition had over 37,325 supporters.  Click here to read more.

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