An supposed lookalike offspring of Jay-Z has been battling for recognition from him for more than eight years. Here are specifics regarding the rapper’s refusal to submit to a DNA test despite long-standing denials. Currently, some of the most powerful and well-known
couples in the world are Jay-Z and his wife Beyoncé. They have established thriving businesses based on their musical prowess and demonstrated the value of collaboration. However, there have been a number of problems in their relationship that have threatened to separate them.
One of these concerns came to light in 2015 when Rymir Satterthwaite, a 21 year old rapper, sued Jay-Z on the grounds that he is his biological father. According to reports, before his career took off, his mother Wanda had a relationship with the well-known rapper in the 1990s.
The Satterthwaites stated at the time that they were “shocked” by the news leak of the lawsuit and hadn’t anticipated the notoriety the claims would result in. The case was initially submitted in a civil court in December 2014 and alleged that the rapper had an affair with Rymir’s
mother in 1992. However, the judge overturned it because Jay-Z and his attorney allegedly made up evidence in court. When Rymir was eight years old, his mother told him that she believes the rap mogul fathered him. While Rymir has been vying for attention,
Jay-Z is adamant that he is not his son. Rymir claims that until 2011, when a DNA test revealed he was not the father, Robert Graves was named as the boy’s father. The test was also offered to Jay-Z, but he declined. Rymir wants justice and thinks that if it were anybody else,
they would have been required to take the test by now, but because his purported father is wealthy, he keeps getting away with not taking it.