A woman who allegedly has an illegitimate son from Jay-Z once detailed how she became pregnant with the hip-hop king’s son in the fall of 1992, according to a new report.
But a source privately tells Page Six that Jay-Z “never met the woman.”
“She doesn’t know him. The source familiar with the situation states that an affidavit obtained by the Daily Mail Friday may not even be “true” because it was “never presented in court,” which is not true to us.
“It’s just another form of stalking. Jay-Z doesn’t even know this person.”
Wanda Satterthwaite wrote in a notarized affidavit dated February 25, 2015 that after “talking, drinking and dancing” she allegedly entered a room to engage with “Shawn”, citing the rapper by her real name, Shawn Corey Carter. .
She later said, “Shawn and I had protected sex, but the protection was broken.”
Satterthwaite also reported in the document that she saw Jay-Z two weeks after their alleged affair and that Jay-Z asked her to “break up” with him.
However, her mother claimed that she rejected the “Can I Get A..” rapper because she would be “sad”.
“I never saw him again on television until many years later, but until then I had no idea of his real name and didn’t know how to reach him,” Satterthwaite concluded.
He passed away in 2019, according to the Daily Mail, but his affidavit resurfaced through his supposed son with Jay-Z, who filed a paternity lawsuit against the “99 Problems” rapper.
Rymir Satterthwaite recently filed a court order demanding that Jay-Z take a DNA test.
He’s reportedly struggled to prove he’s the billionaire’s father since he was 21, and in February he asked the court to unseal records dating back to 2012.
According to the Daily Mail, the Supreme Court rejected Rymir’s new request, and the Court’s Appeals division ruled against it on May 8. However, Rymir reportedly plans to file an appeal with the District Court.
Wanda also filed a civil lawsuit in NJ to seek child support from Jay-Z in 2011, but was denied because it was filed in the wrong state and was never filed again.
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“This isn’t over until justice is served,” Rymir previously told the Daily Mail.
“I just want to live my life, and when all is said and done, I hope Jay-Z will want to be a part of my life if that’s God’s will.”
In response, a separate source close to the situation tells Page Six, “This is a pervert who has a lot of issues and makes a series of pointless references, and that’s totally unjustified bullshit.”
Representatives did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment, and Jay-Z did not directly address the allegations. “The allegations have been thoroughly examined and disproved by the courts before,” his lawyers previously told the Daily Mail.
The “Empire State of Mind” rapper has been married to Beyoncé since 2008. They share daughters Blue Ivy and twins Rumi and Sir, 11 and 5 years old.