Kelly Rowland’s Estranged Father Reaches Out For Reconciliation

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The estranged father of Kelly Rowland is reaching out to his daughter hoping to reconcile with her after 23 years without contact. Rowland, who is currently judging Simon Cowell’s U.K. X-Factor, has reportedly not seen her biological father Christopher Lovett since she was seven years old.

Now Lovett, 65, hopes to change that and sat down for an interview with Britain’s The Daily Mirror where he spoke on his failed relationship with his daughter.

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  • Yea right

    Yeah right. He’s teaching out for Kellys cash

  • BostonNicole

    a black man would dump his child and then when they start making $$$ they wanna try to reconnect… Negro Bye!!!

  • Yea right

    Reaching*

  • teddra

    mannnn we all kno that mathew knowles is really her daddy!!!!!!!!

  • @meleitah

    Welp, that shuts dwn the rumor of Beyonce pops, Matthew Knowles, also being Kelly’s dad!

  • KKO

    Child please, we all know Matthew Knowles is Kelly’s real papi

  • shaybaby

    So that’s not Beyonce sister?? Kelly a brown version of Solange!! #imjussayin

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    […] The estranged father of Kelly Rowland is reaching out to his daughter hoping to reconcile with her after 23 years without contact. Rowland, who is currently judging Simon Cowell's U.K. X-Factor, has reportedly not seen her biological father Christopher Lovett since she was seven years old. Now Lovett, 65, hopes to change that and sat down for an interview with Britain's The Daily Mirror where he spoke on his failed relationship with his daughter. … Read More […]

  • Nana

    Nothing wrong with a man trying 2 undo the damage he did years ago!

  • Dana

    As a child of a deadbeat dad, i aint feeling this. I just don’t think it’s fair to pop up 23 years later. No child asks to be born, and no parent should be able to choose when they want to be a parent. All those years he wasn’t around when she really needed him. What evere his reason for being a deadbeat aint reason enough to abandon ur child. It’s n*ggas in prison doing life sentences that have some kind of contact with their children. To go 23 years without somuch as a “hey f*ck u”. Dude needs to go on bout his bizniz.

  • finally

    Forgive kelly but don’t forget! Once a dead beat always. Dead beat my dead beat biological father tried to make contact with me and it lasted about 5 monthes now he doesn’t call. A deadbeat can’t change there ways. Kelly don’t get your hopes up and do you. And eff every coward who don’t love their children because a dad who runs away and leaves their own flesh and blood behind don’t love their kids.

  • Dana

    Also he didn’t make his mistake “a long time ago” he was a deadbeat up until the day he decided to contact his child. Every day for 23 years he made a conscious decision to be a deadbeat. It’s not what happened in the past that’s the hurtful part, it’s the YEARS that go by without him trying to correct the situation. As a parent myself, i couldn’t imagine not speaking to, or seeing my own child for 23 DAYS, this negro went 23 YEARS! That’s taking TRIFLIN to a whole other level.

  • Dirty Diana

    Just like a n*ggah smh

  • http://Bossip.com Nene87

    See all the deadbeat parents out here specially the men take care of your kids you just might not know who you created the next prez or celeb.

  • http://bossip.com Nene87

    If she didnt want to see him I would not be mad at her.
    See men all you deadbeat daddies out there this is what
    happens when you dont step up and be a man and be a
    father to your child. You never know who your child
    might grow up to be.

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