Jay Z's Alleged Love Child Is Taking His Case To Congress
Rymir Satterthwaite believes he's Jay Z's son, and he wants Congress to hear him out.
Rymir Satterthwaite thoroughly believes that he is Jay Z's son, and now he's taking his claims to Washington, D.C., where he will advocate on behalf of those in similar situations.
According to Radar Online, the FCLU (Family Civil Liberties Union) recently began supporting Satterthwaite's paternity case against Jay Z, and the result has been recognition on a national level.
"A family advocate in Baltimore, Maryland - Nicky Roberts - was given opportunity to have several people from around the country speak about their problems with family court and/or attorneys. Rymir has been approved to speak and will get about five minutes in front of Congress," said RadarOnline's source.
At the April 29th Congressional hearing, Satterthwaite will have a chance (along with others), to weigh in on "corruption and other problems within the court system." Satterthwaite, an aspiring rapper, will speak specifically about his experiences trying to prove that he is Jay Z's son.
Satterthwaite's case is currently in the federal court system, and though the Congressional hearing is not related to his paternity case with Jay Z, the added publicity could inspire Hov to acknowledge the case so that a resolution can finally be had.
What does this mean for Beyonce and Jay-Z? Let's take a look at their marriage through the years: