Jay-Z's alleged son accuses rapper of abusing justice and avoiding paternity test

Satterthwaite was also seen in a courthouse outside New Jersey in February 2015 where he was trying to sue Jay-Z for avoiding a paternity test

                            Jay-Z's alleged son accuses rapper of abusing justice and avoiding paternity test
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According to the latest reports from The Sun, Rymir Satterthwaite, the man who claims to be Jay-Z's son believes that the popular rapper has been misusing his power and money to get away from a paternity test for the past eight years.

Honoree Jay-Z accepts the President's Merit Award on January 27, 2018 in New York City (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)


As per reports, Satterthwaite's guardians are currently suing their own lawyers on the basis that they have been colluding with the rapper’s legal team so that they can help him in getting out of having to take the paternity test.

Satterthwaite's case is currently set to go to trial in Philadelphia this December and the 24-year-old has said in a statement that he will not give up fighting until the world knows the “truth” and he gets a fair process in court.

Jay-Z, who is currently married to singer Beyonce, has denied being the father of Satterthwaite. He currently has one child, Blue Ivy Carter, with his wife and has refused to take a paternity test in Satterthwaite's case

It was initially reported that Satterthwaite's previous case asking for a paternity test from the famous rapper was dismissed after the court mistakenly thought that his real dad had been found. However, his birth certificate, as reported by Sun Online, shows no father listed. 

Jay Z performs at the American Airlines Arena on November 12, 2017 in Miami, Florida (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images)


In his interview with the publication, Satterthwaite said, “I don’t want money or anything like that from Jay-Z. I just want him to finally tell the truth to the world."

He continued, “He’s supposed to be a positive role model for our community. He stands there screaming ‘Black Lives Matter’. Well, tell the truth and take responsibility. And if you say I’m not your son and nothing ever happened with my mum then just take the test."

Satterthwaite was also pictured in a courthouse outside New Jersey in February 2015, where he was trying to sue Jay Z for ‘avoiding a paternity test'. He told the court that his mother and the rapper had an affair in the 1990s.

“If you are telling the truth then why, whenever you’re asked to take a paternity test, do you say ‘No’? Also, I want a fair due process in court regardless of who my father is or how rich he is."

 (L-R) Recording artists Beyonce and Jay-Z, and Blue Ivy Carter attend the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Madison Square Garden on January 28, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS)


Satterthwaite's mother Wanda first told her son that his father was none other than the sensational rapper when he was about 8 years old. According to his mother, the couple hooked up in 1992 at his aunt’s apartment in the projects of Brooklyn, New York, after he first picked her up from Philadelphia.

Wanda’s godmother Lillie, who has had Satterthwaite's custody since his mother became too sick to look after him, says she believes Jay-Z is truely Satterthwaite's father.

She told The Sun, “Wanda was only 16 when she allegedly met Shawn [Jay-Z] but she may have told him she was older. She fell pregnant but had no idea how to contact him."

The Recording Academy and MusiCares President/CEO Neil Portnow (L) presents the President's Merit Award to honoree Jay-Z onstage at the Clive Davis and Recording Academy Pre-GRAMMY Gala and GRAMMY Salute to Industry Icons Honoring Jay-Z on January 27, 2018 in New York City (Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for NARAS)


"Her on-off boyfriend at the time, Robert, knew the baby wasn’t his but put his name on the birth certificate while Wanda was unconscious recovering from the birth," she said, adding, "Initially, he felt sorry for Wanda but later he used it so he could collect extra food stamps and benefits. Both were minors at the time so he shouldn't have signed anything."