Octuplets story takes surreal turns, including You Tube video [UPDATED]
Now, Jodie Rivera, a.k.a. Missy Lil' Dingle, has posted a music video on YouTube.com that pokes fun at the mother of 14 from Whittier as a "baby poppin' pro," replete with dancing babies delivered by a nurse with a baseball fielder's mitt.
And then there are the lyrics: "She had complications: Childhood aspirations. That's her explanation. Pops 'em out like a toaster! Needs a passafire holster! And a pimped out stretch stroller! She's a food stamp high roller!"
The video comes as the octuplets story continues to take surreal twists. Suleman's Brentwood publicists quit over the weekend, citing death threats. Suleman is back home in Whittier, where she is being followed around town by the paparazzi (her octuplets are still at a Bellflower hospital).
Suleman gave a revealing interview with the Sun newspaper in England, which include new photos of the babies. In the interview, Suleman talks about her sex life and the future. “I can’t yet fathom out how I will take 14 of them to the park, but I have a month to six weeks before they all come home," she told the Sun. “I have three bedrooms and right now it’s OK -- with six, we fit. I don’t care if it’s not a perfect, immaculate house. It looks a bit like a forest outside, there’s a lot of nature. But I hope I can one day get a bigger house.”
Since Feb. 15, the YouTube video, with its mature theme, has had more than 135,000 page views and is becoming one of the most talked-about on the site. On Monday, it was the second-most discussed entry on the site and the second-most "favorited" video.
Updated at 10:30 a.m.: The Nadya Suleman family website that allowed people to give online donations to the octuplets and to leave messages has been taken down. No word yet from her people.
-- Andrew Blankstein
Photo: Image from a 2006 video provided by KTLA shows Nadya Suleman speaking at a fertility clinic in Los Angeles. Suleman gave birth Jan. 26 to octuplets.
Credit: Associated Press / KTLA