Here’s Why the Serial Sperm Donor Is Back and More Popular Than Ever

Here’s Why the Serial Sperm Donor Is Back and More Popular Than Ever

And his wife isn’t happy about it.

Published June 27, 2016

Ari Nagel is a Brooklyn man who is becoming a household name amongst baby wanting women, and specifically baby wanting Black women.

You may remember when we told you that Nagel has fathered 22 children by 18 different women. Now, Nagel’s inbox has been flooded by requests for his special specimen. Nagel has received so many inquiries that he has resorted to a standard reply.

“I cut and paste, ‘I’ll do my best. I’ll help you any way I can,’” Nagel said, regarding how he handles the abundance of requests.

Nagel has been providing sperm to many types of women who may not be able to shell out thousands of dollars to use a sperm bank. Blandine Rodney is a 43 year-old nurse who is currently seeking out Nagel for his services. “He’s handsome, he’s a genius,” Rodney says, “I’d be proud to have my child say Ari is his father.”

Rodney is one of many Black women who have been in touch with Nagel, and she feels this is a very good thing. In speaking to the idea that Nagel is attempting to whitewash the Black community, Rodney says, “It’s not whitewashing! More white men should give sperm to women who need it.”

Most of the women seem to be extremely happy with the gracious efforts of Nagel… most women except his wife.

Nagel finally admitted that he was married when his wife read the original story about him and was not very pleased. According to Nagel, he and his wife of 10 years have not been romantic in a very long time and she was well aware of his actions. Yet, she says that she had no idea what was going on and that she’s extremely upset.

This is nothing more than a case of he said, she said, so we may never know how comfortable his wife is with his cause. However, one thing is for sure, he has fathered so many babies that they could start their own small community. And just think of how interesting things will be when one of his children learns about his dad, and always has to wonder, are you my sibling when meeting a stranger with a similar nose. 

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photo: Kanisha Butler via Facebook)


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