"As UrbanDictionary.com defines the term, "baby daddy" refers to a man who is the father of your child, who you did not marry". "Really!?!? This was the only Father's Day card that featured a black couple!" she wrote.
Target is in the crosshair of a controversy over its "Baby Daddy" Father's Day cards.
The retailer was alerted about the card last week and is removing the card from its stores. "It's never our intent to offend any of our guests with the products we sell".
The sand-colored card features what appears to be a couple of color and the phrase "baby daddy" in maroon lettering.
One woman posted one of the cards on Facebook with the comment "You CANNOT be serious Target!" Saunders did not. She wrote that her husband didn't like the term because of what it "generally means in our culture".
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Target is the latest brand to find themselves in a social media mess after customers called them out for selling racially insensitive Father's Day cards. "It's not sweet or nice".
Target also will be pulling the cards from about 900 stores, according to a statement given to the Kansas City Star.
'It's a term used to describe a deadbeat or absent parent. Other commenters wondered what message Target intends to send simply by stocking the card.
Saunders thanked the store via Twitter but says many people were angry she was upset about the card at all.
Still, Saunders tells Fox News she's hoping to "shed some light" on why the cards are offensive.