Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, Challenges All Pastors Who Have Children With Other Women Outside the Bonds of Marriage to Publicly Acknowledge Their Children to Their Wives and Family, Their Church, and in Writing in Light of the Hunter Biden Tragedy and the Jay-Z Tragedy For as Whyte Has Said Many Times, There Are no Illegitimate Children, Only Illegitimate Parents. Whether There is Money Involved or Not and Whether You Are Close to the Mother or Not, at Least Acknowledge Your Child and or Children and Say, ‘He is my Son’ or ‘She is my Daughter,’ Not Just Privately But Publicly. Let Your Wife and Children Know, Your Church Know, the Christian Community Know, and the World Know, ‘This is My Child.’ Acknowledge Them in Your Books as You do Your Other Children. Pray For Them by Name as You Pray For Your Other Children in Front of Your Wife and Children in Your Devotional Life and in Front of the Church. The Mark of a True Mature Christian is Complete Transparency. Pastor, if You Have a Secret child or Children and You Are Not Willing to Admit That Before God, Your Wife, Your Other Children, the Church, and the Broader Christian World, Then Get Out of the Ministry Because you Are a Liar, a Hypocrite, and a Phony. Don’t Condemn and Shake Your Head at Hunter Biden, President Biden, and Jay-Z About Their Situation When You Are in the Same Situation, and You’re Supposed to be a Preacher of The Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. By the Way, Being Transparent about Things Like This is Very Christian, Holy, and Liberating. One of the reasons we Love God and His Word So Much is Because He Made the Lives of All the Characters in the Bible Completely Transparent. Pastor, Don’t Die With a Secret Like This on Your Heart, Mind, Soul, and Conscience Because You May End Up in Hell.
If This Young Man, Rymir Satterthwaite, is Not Jay-Z’s Son, Then Jay-Z Has a Young Man Walking Around Looking Just Like Him. The Same Thing Goes For Hunter Biden. Young 30-Year-Old Man Insists he is Jay-Z’s Son and Accuses Rapper of Abusing the Legal System For 10 Years to Avoid Taking a paternity test – as he files new Supreme Court Motion to UNSEAL Decade-long Case: ‘I Will Win… the law is on my side.”
The 30-year-old man who claims that he is the secret illegitimate son of Jay-Z has accused the world-famous rapper of abusing the legal system for more than a decade in order to avoid taking a paternity test.
Rymir Satterthwaite has been fighting to prove that Jay-Z – whose real name is Shawn Carter – is his biological father since he was 21 years old, and he is now taking that battle to the Supreme Court in an attempt to unseal the case and force Carter to take a DNA test.
Speaking to DailyMail.com about the latest twist in the roller coaster case, Rymir, from New Jersey, insisted that he wants nothing more than to see ‘justice served’ and that he will stop at nothing to ensure that happens.
He added that he wants nothing from the billionaire rapper – who has been married to chart-topping pop superstar Beyonce – other than for Jay-Z to acknowledge him as his son.
In a letter to, Jay-Z’s attorneys denied Rymir’s claims, noting: ‘The allegations have been previously reviewed thoroughly by the courts and have been refuted. I am sure that will be the outcome of whatever filings Mr. Satterthwaite is may be currently considering.’
‘This is not going to be over until justice is served,’ Rymir says. ‘I just want to live my life and, when it is all said and done, I hope that Jay-Z would want to be a part of my life, if that is God’s will.’
‘I won’t stop fighting for this until I win. And I will win because the law is on our side.’
To that end, Rymir filed a new motion with the New Jersey Supreme Court in February of this year, which has been obtained by, requesting that the court unseal years worth of documents dating back to 2012 – arguing that keeping the case under wraps has prevented him from getting his due process.
The motion – which details every facet of the years-long case in a 29-page document – was rejected by the Supreme Court because, according to the Court, it did not have jurisdiction to re-open matters in the appeals court or to unseal records in the trial court.
It was then re-filed by Rymir in the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court, which is considering the matter.
It marks the latest turn in a very twisted and lengthy case – which began, Rymir says, in the fall of 1992, when his late mother Wanda alleged she had sex with Jay-Z while she was in an on-again-off-again romance with her high school sweetheart.
At the time, Wanda was 16 and Jay-Z was 22 – and far from the global rap sensation that he has since become, following the release of his debut studio album, Reasonable Doubt, in 1996.
The fling, Rymir says, was short-lived, and by the time he was born in July 1993, the alleged romance between his mother and Jay-Z had already come to an end.
Which is partly why, he claims, his mother chose to put the name of her high school sweetheart Robert Graves – who by this time had reignited his romance with Wanda was by her side in the hospital when she gave birth – on her son’s birth certificate as his biological father.
However, according to a family insider, Wanda always knew that Robert was not Rymir’s father – something that became all the more evident as her son grew and bore no resemblance to her high school sweetheart.
has reached out to all parties involved, including Jay-Z and Jay-Z’s attorney, Lise Fisher.
When Rymir was eight years old, he says his mother told him that Jay-Z – who by this stage had made a name for himself as a global music icon – was his real father.
However, the question of Rymir’s paternity did not turn into a legal tussle until 2010 – two years after Jay-Z married his wife Beyonce – when Wanda’s health began to decline.
At the time, she insisted that she’d had sex with only two men at the time of Rymir’s conception, her high school sweetheart Michael and Jay-Z, and requested that a Pennsylvania court make both men take a paternity test in order to determine who was her son’s real father.
When the court issued an order, Robert agreed to undergo genetic testing – proving once without any shadow of a doubt that he and Rymir had no biological relation.
Robert’s name was removed from Rymir’s birth certificate by the court and has remained blank ever since.
In 2011, Wanda handed over custody of her son to her godmother, Lillie Coley, who vowed to carry on the fight to prove the identity of Rymir’s father once and for all, telling: ‘I was just trying to help my goddaughter’s child have a relationship with his father.
‘It was so hard on him because he was ripped away from his mom and had no one to call dad.’
That same year, Lillie contacted Jay-Z’s attorney, Lise Fisher, and asked that he undergo DNA testing in New Jersey, where he and Rymir were based.
Rymir and Lillie say they complied with the request – but never received a response from Jay-Z’s legal team about the results of any genetic testing.
That same year, multiple reports surfaced alleging that Jay-Z had fathered another son with a Trinidadian model, Shennelle Scott – claims that the rapper’s team were quick to dismiss as ‘ridiculous rumors.’
Lillie and Rymir began to pursue legal action against Jay-Z in 2012, a battle that has since spanned more than ten years and seen the pair embroiled in endless legal tussles with the rapper.
During that time, Rymir insists that Jay-Z’s legal team has made endless attempts to subvert the legal system in order to avoid taking a paternity test, which the 30-year-old claims would put an end to the case once and for all.
Documentation about every legal proceeding is enclosed in Rymir’s new Supreme Court motion – which has been seen byand which outlines how the case began with a pre-trial in Camden County, New Jersey on August 13, 2012.
During the pre-trial, Jay-Z’s attorney argued that Lillie – who was acting as Rymir’s legal guardian – had ‘no jurisdiction’ over his case because it was first filed by his mother Wanda in Pennsylvania, and therefore should be heard in the same state.
The rapper’s attorneys also insisted that the case should therefore be dismissed outright because Rymir was over 18 years old at the time of the pre-trial and, according to Pennsylvania state law, paternity must be established before a child reached the age of adulthood.
The court, however, disagreed, holding that the case should be tried under New Jersey law, which states that the age of ‘parentage’ is 23.
Source: Daily Mail Online