Note to R. Kelly: Parody is different than imitation and is not a form of flattery. Either that, or he his some kind of crazy smart business man that has decided that creating songs that seem like parodies of bad R&B, will make him the king of R&B. That is really the only reason I can think of someone making this:
Girl you make me wanna get you pregnant,Oh and this lovely sentiment:
That’s what I told her,
Girl you make me wanna get you pregnant,
Lay your body down and get you pregnant,
Like you are,
Knock you up, pregnant,
Shes more than a mistress enough to handle my business,On top of that lyrical genius, the music is genuinely awful and contrived, which is another reason why I hope this is self-parody. Otherwise, he is (along with Tyrese) singing the praises of unprotected sex, deadbeat fatherhood, and an extreme insecurity in his own masculinity which requires a legacy of genetic proof. For the future of R&B I hope that is not the case.
Now put that girl in my kitchen,
Which is why I give you as a unicorn chaser the best in R&B and general awesomeness:
Whew! That's better. Thanks, Mary.
Via my husband, via Buddyhead.