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Just about everyone knows someone who has been bullied, in ways big and small. Understandably, though, many victims are reluctant to speak about their experiences. We found some who aren't.
By Olivia Smith, St. Petersburg High
To keep you up to date on some of the latest baby-daddy news, and to revisit some old favorites:
First Justin Bieber covered a Weezy song, now it seems news reports have the Biebs covering the rapper's real- life drama. In case you don't remember, the rapper was hit with his paternity suit last fall when a woman claimed he was the father of her 8-year-old son. According to the boy's grandmother, the family had tried to contact the star earlier, but some crucial documents from the case were lost in Hurricane Katrina, delaying the process for years. The grandmother finally got a court order requiring Weezy to take a paternity test in September 2010. Unfortunately for her, Lil Wayne was finishing up his prison sentence at Riker's Island at the time, so the test had to be delayed again until he was a free man. When the test finally was performed, it confirmed he had another Lil' one to take care of. Didn't they teach him in eighth-grade health class "how to love" safely?
The early 1990s was a momentous period for Billy Ray. That's when he climbed to country music superstardom thanks to his hit single Achy Breaky Heart, and obviously something else broke as well; he impregnated two women. Cyrus later married one of them, and their baby grew up to be You Know Who. He denied he was the father of the second woman's child until a blood test proved otherwise. According to a 2009 interview with the Mirror, that kid, named Christopher Cody Cyrus, now works for minimum wage and receives the occasional text and backstage pass from his ex-famous dad and famous half-sister. It really is a genetic lottery.