“Don’t got” — how common is it in American usage?
Recently, I've started to hear more and more often people use "got" as a present simple form (obviously originating from I have got -> I've got -> I got -> Do you got? -> I don't got).
Although it is without any doubt absolutely colloquial and not officially accepted as "standard", I'd like to ask you, native speakers of American English, whether it sounds acceptable in a normal conversation (would it be at a similar level as any of the following: I wanna, I gotta, I ain't got... ?), whether it is region based, what the third person of this would be (because of its nonstandard origin, I'd guess it should be he got/he don't got), and whether it would be used even in the past (I didn't got).