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RZA of Wu-Tang Clan to Teach Teens in Juvenile Hall How to be Better Fathers

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Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 7:01 AM
click to enlarge RZA teachers you how to swaddle.
  • RZA teachers you how to swaddle.

Hey young dads, want to learn how to change your baby's diaper or dress her up properly?

Let RZA, the legendary hip-hop producer and member of the Wu-Tang Clan, teach you how. Seriously. Because you want the guy who produced "Protect Ya Neck" to demonstrate the proper way to protect ya baby from rash.

The man himself will conduct an instructional session this Father's Day:

And not just any Father's Day, but Father's Day with the teen papas at Central Juvenile Hall. When the RZA speaks, bad boys listen.

According to an L.A. County statement, RZA will be there for ...

[Warning: Explicit, NSFW lyrics]:

... games such as "Daddy Diaper Duty," and how to quickly dress a baby. All games will be performed on a baby doll as a fun approach to teaching the young men how to properly handle, care for, and interact with their babies.

Yep.

It all happens Saturday night at Central Juvenile Hall.

[@dennisjromero / djromero@laweekly.com / @LAWeeklyNews]

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