Inmate/Rapper Claims To Be Prince’s Estranged Biological Son
In the midst of the f***ery surrounding the distribution of Prince’s assets among his siblings, we have this guy, an imprisoned rapper, claiming to be the heir to the purple throne.
Prince’s estate has received its first official paternity claim, from one Carlin Q. Williams, who is currently serving time in a federal prison for transporting weapons.
The court and special administrator saw such cases coming: On Friday, Carver County Judge Kevin Eide authorized Bremer Trust to run the necessary genetic testing on a blood sample taken from Prince to compare against that of persons claiming to be his heirs.
In an affidavit dated Monday, which turned up in the probate court’s document log on Tuesday, Williams’ mother, Marsha Henson, says she met Prince in Kansas City, Mo., in July 1976 and conceived her son, born April 8, 1977.
“I allege that Prince Rogers Nelson, ‘Mr. Nelson,’ is the father of my son, Carlin Q. Williams,” Henson wrote in her affidavit. She said she was unmarried at the time she allegedly met Prince and did not have sex with anyone else six weeks before or after.
Williams’ attorneys, Florida lawyer Patrick Cousins, and Minneapolis lawyer Paul Shoemaker, also filed an objection to the probate of Prince’s estate proceeding because Williams claims to be the “sole surviving legal heir” of Prince, thus making his sister Tyka Nelson and at least five named half-siblings irrelevant.
Damn shame how they tryna put Prince on Maury posthumously…
Who is Carlin Q. Williams? He’s a rapper with a Kansas City address who styles himself “Carlin Q. Williams (Prince of Darkness) Son of Prince.”
But currently, he’s in a federal prison in Colorado serving time for weapons charges, according to documents obtained by ABC, although that wasn’t mentioned in his mother’s affidavit nor in his lawyers’ documents.
Prince has probably smashed a LOT of cakes to smithereens in his heyday. That said, we don’t believe a single second of this s#!t.
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