Rap mogul Jay Z has secretly sabotaged the career of his alleged love child, a music promoter alleged in an explosive interview with RadarOnline.com.
Rymir Satthertwaite, 24, has been fighting for more than a decade to force Jay Z to take a paternity test to prove whether or not he is his biological father. As the legal fight gets nastier than ever, one insider claimed Jay Z could be striking back outside of the courtroom.
According to Keith Wilkes, an NYC-based music promoter who has been employed by the young aspiring rapper, Jay Z has "black listed him from the music industry!"
"I started working Rymir two years ago and, at the time, there were a lot of record labels that were willing to work with him," Wilkes told Radar.
"There were several labels that were interested in Rymir until they realized the Jay Z connection. RCA told us that, because of their friendship with Jay Z, they could not do the deal," he claimed.
"We were also talking to the rapper Wile E Coyote, who was interested in Rymir as well," Wilkes said. "But once they found out that he was Jay Z's alleged son, communication completely stopped."
"Nick Cannon's people were also contacting us and then all of a sudden, once they spoke to Jay Z's team, they completely cut off communication," he claimed. "It has been extremely frustrating."
Despite the setbacks, however, Wilkes told Radar that they are NOT giving up!
"I believe that once these labels contacted Jay Z, he had Rymir completely blacklisted in the industry. It has been even harder to lock him into a deal since the news started escalating recently," Wilkes said.
"Right now, we are in talks with Sony Distribution but they said that they are also skeptical to sign him because of the whole Jay Z thing going on right now. It is really messed up!"
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