Jay Z hasn’t put out music for quite a while but that’s not keeping him out of the headlines.
Fielding allegations of being unfaithful to Beyonce after she released her figurative tell-all album, Lemonade, Hov was at first on the defensive, until everyone found it was all for the money. Well, things may be changing soon as a woman claiming to be the mother of the Brooklyn rapper’s 22-year-old son is speaking out about for the first time about the case.
Wanda Sattherthwaite, mother of Rymir (the son in question), reveals that the paternity case regarding her son has been going on for much longer than a year and claims Jay is being investigated for using means of fraud and collusion to avoid submitting to a paternity test. She also says she was treated disrespectfully by his legal team in 2012.
"The Governor of Pennsylvania is reviewing information regarding allegations of fraud in Philadelphia regarding court orders where the parties names were changed and removed," Sattherthwaite said while reading a written statement captured by Radar Online. "My message to my son, Rymir, is that the battle is now yours. Don't give up."
Due to deteriorating health conditions, Wanda wasn’t a part of the lawsuit when the story first broke in February of last year. Rymir is going to be testifying in front of Congress this month in a paternity case during which he will attempt to prove that Jay Z is his father. Apparently Rymir worked with the Family Civil Liberties Union in order to help grant his case national exposure, although claiming he is Jay Z’s long lost son in court could do the trick.
Check out a split picture of the two posted below and judge the resemblance for yourself. You can also see Wanda Sattherthwaite read her statement as well.
Rymir Satterthwaite, the alleged love child of rapper Jay Z, has approached federal court claiming that the attorneys and employees of the local court system conspired to keep away key documents from the petitioner’s counsel, Radar Online reported. Satterthwaite and his defense team have been fighting since 2011 to get the 22-year-old recognized as the “Empire State of Mind” singer’s son. Satterthwaite has filed a Notice of Federal Younger Doctrine in the Superior Court of New Jersey claiming that dereliction of duty has led to his constitutional rights being violated. Satterthwaite has also asked the FBI to open a probe into “corruption such as but not limited to mail fraud, consumer fraud, RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act)” on part of New Jersey Camden County Trial Court Family Part, the Radar Online report said. #ohsonews #ohsoradio #jayz #rymirsatterthwaite
(Photo: Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Live Nation)