I am used to hearing the positive version of "got" when it is used for meaning "have".
For example, I mean we can say "I got a car.", "He got three children.", "I got no money." etc.
But I am not used to hearing "I don't got a car.", "He don't/doesn't got any children.", "I don't got any money." etc.
I think in negative sentences, it is wrong to use "got" instead of "have", am I right?
Update: I know that it can be wrong to use the positive version in formal contexts. It is better to use it in informal environments. So, I wonder if it is wrong or not to use it in negative sentences since I am not used to hearing the negative version unlike the situations when "got" is used in positive sentences.
Update 2: I found this page. At the end of the page, it says "got" is available for plural subjects and first and second person subjects, but not for third person singular. So it seems like we can't say "He got three children" which is a sentence I used in this post.