I like to consider myself an open-minded person. I don't think it's fair to judge people without first putting yourself in their shoes. I'll probably never have eight kids, by seven wives, in six years, but that doesn't mean that I can't first try to imagine that doing so would be like. So keeping all that in mind, Antonio Cromartie is probably not that wrong. That's pretty much the best I can do for him. I happen to agree. Mothers - especially those of children whose fathers play professional sports - should have to show, to a reasonable extent, where that child support money is going. Especially when you have lunatics, like the mother of Andre Iguodala's child, demanding $58,000 per month to raise a baby. I don't want to make any hasty accusations here, but unless she was cleaning that child's ass with a solid gold bidet then her budgeting might be a bit off. I don't think it's all that disrespectful to want to know where the money you are putting up for your child's well being is going. A child support card would essentially be the same thing as a company card, and anyone whose anyone in the business world gives those out.
Now should Antonio Cromartie, potentially the biggest volume shooter of sperm still active in professional sports, be the person to take this meme viral on social media? Ehhh, probably not. Might come off as a bit disingenuous to the litter of children that he's only raising via paycheck. Maybe he should have went with anonymous advocacy on this one. What he really should have done is taken a screenshot and sent it to a teammate that only has ONE lovechild with an actual ex-wife. That way you still get the message out to a significant portion of the population without looking like you're upset that you have to fulfill your minuscule role to remain, by definition, an active father. Whoever came up with this idea wasn't looking for the backing of Antonio Cromartie. That's like the KKK showing up to a pro-confederate flag rally. It only hurts the cause at hand. I would venture to say that whoever created that meme was looking for the support of people that are victimized by their former lover, not people who are victimized by their undying need to have unprotected sex with every wet vagina within state lines.
And now potentially one of the most timeless segments in sports/television history...