WHEN MUSIC POPS, WE TURN IT UP
WHEN MUSIC POPS, WE TURN IT UP

Nadya Suleman stripped her way off of welfare

Nadya Suleman stripped her way off of welfare

Nadya Suleman

For the past couple years, Nadya ‘Octomom’ Suleman (oh who are we kidding, she’s just Octomom at this point, I’m pretty sure she can list herself as such on her tax returns and the IRS wouldn’t even bat an eye) has been letting her kids grow up in what is essentially squalor, because not only will people NOT give you money just because you couldn’t put down the semen-filled turkey baster, but putting aside your own ego for the sake of doing whatever you can to raise your kids is for commoners. Well, it looks like Octomom has finally realized she doesn’t have any sort of reputation to uphold and has thus ventured into the adult entertainment industry. Turns out, in that short time she’s already raised enough to pull herself off of welfare, and thank God for that. TMZ reports:

Sources tell TMZ … the mother of 14 no longer needs government assistance thanks to her various XXX gigs. We’re told Octo has raked in more than enough cash to support herself — we’re talkin’ 6-figs. TMZ broke the story … Octo went on welfare back in March (resulting in a slew of death threats) claiming she needed the cash to help feed her family. But as of June, her 3-month cycle ended and she chose NOT to renew it. We’re told Octo still stands by her decision to go on welfare in the first place … but she’s happy to show the world it was just a temporary situation.

I know most people would throw in some bitchy crack here, but honestly? I won’t. For once, she’s actually working and doing whatever she can to help support her kids, and you guys just eat that up. I swear to God, with all the hits that come in for Octomom’s vagina, you’d figure it was a Six Flags amusement park. Actually, that wouldn’t be a bad idea. Just put up a support structure and you can probably put a roller coaster, a ferris wheel, maybe even some bumper cars in there, and you’d still have room for a cotton candy stand and a funnel-cake cart.

Nadya Suleman