Yesterday, I did a write-up about cockstain William May, the asshole who denied his 4-year-old daughter, who battled cancer for half her life and is currently in remission, her wish to go to Disney World. Make-A-Wish was going to take care of all the expenses, but May decided to pull the fantastically dickish move to not sign off on the trip, which the foundation required as May now has visitation rights. Now, many thought May pulled this shit to get back at McKenna's mother and grandmother, who he says "didn't allow" him to be part of McKenna's life or be there while she battled cancer. According to a comment left on the video below of dipstick dad's interview, May couldn't be bothered to help and never went to McKenna's birthday parties when she was in the hospital. His excuses for that are that he was told not to come and that every time she was in the hospital he was told after the fact. Seriously, dude? You're child was sick with cancer and you weren't calling to check in on her to see how she was doing daily or at least every other day of your own volition? May does a lot of blaming McKenna's mother and grandmother for his own inaction and lack of motivation to play a vital role in her life. So maybe there's a valid reason as to why this jackass was only recently given visitation. Or maybe mom and grandma did keep him from her, but with this dude's shitty disregard for the happiness of his child, who can blame them?
So May's reason for not wanting McKenna to get her wish is that other children that may only have 6 months to live should get the trip because she's "cured", apparently not understanding what remission is. A few people thought his stance was noble, saying how awesome it is that he would put the terminally ill children before his daughter. What those people fail to realize is that May's just slinging bullshit and that isn't the actual reason, even sticking it to McKenna's mother and grandmother isn't the whole reason. It turns out, May didn't sign off on the trip to Disney World because his own wife and family wouldn't be able to go on Make-A-Wish's dime and if his family wasn't going, then neither was McKenna and her mother's family. Make-A-Wish would have been sending McKenna, a sibling, her mother and grandmother on the trip, but May was apparently miffed that the charity wouldn't pay for him, his wife and their 4 children to go as well. McKenna's mother, Whitney Hughes, told him that Make-A-Wish would pay for him to go on the trip for the last few days of it, but not May's whole family. The reason Make-A-Wish would be paying for McKenna, her sibling, mother and grandmother is because she lives with them. So the dude is pissed that his family didn't get the free trip when all he has is visitation with McKenna, not custody, nor does she live with him.This guy is a bigger piece of shit than anyone originally thought.
In his interview below, May also says McKenna's mother and grandmother just went public and asked for donations to get rich, but I guess he didn't know at the time that the money not needed for the trip would be going back to charity, towards other children who have wishes of their own and, hopefully, don't have a parent as vindictive and self-serving as this asshole. I'm blown away that someone can be this petty and shitty of a person, that they would deny their kid who went through 2 years of hell battling cancer a few days of happiness. She may be in remission, but she deserves that trip for all she went through and this fuckwad is being a prick because him and his family don't get a free trip. Mother fucker wants to take his family to Disney World, he can pay for it himself, not use his cancer surviving daughter to get free trips for his wife and 4 kids. His alternative gift idea of a swing set of sand box in the backyard, he can pay for that shit himself, too. This guy is just such a turd. How fucking dare he try to use terminally ill children as his excuse for denying McKenna her wish when his real reason is petty jealousy and selfishness. Grow a fucking sack and pay your own way, asshole.