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His youngest son is the one nicknamed Bamboo:
"Got a son on the way by the name of Bamboo Got a lil baby girl for a year Jordan"
From Bombs Over Baghdad, this indicates Jordan is older. Also, Bamboo is featured in a skit on Speakerboxxx where he is clearly of toddler age (2-3 years old) which is consistent time-wise with him being "on the way" when BOB was recorded. Also, it's strange that Bamboo would be a nickname given to the child before he was born - I'm pretty sure it's his actual name, as Cross is never mentioned and not cited in the article.
I just changed the statement that Big Boi's musical personal enjoys "partying and womanizing" to just "partying." The word "womanizing" would lead someone unfamiliar with his work to think of Snoop or Shaggy. It's just too strong a word for Big Boi's persona. I reckon either statement would violate WP:OR in any case. JonathanPenton 19:46, 10 May 2007 (UTC)
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