Thursday, September 13, 2007


You all may have already either read or heard about this by now...and I would've posted it earlier, but lately I...nevermind...alright already. Stop torturing me!! Geesh! My attention span hasn't been up to par these last few days. Maybe it's from lack of sleep...I don't know. LOL! Like I was saying, for my readers that haven't heard about the madness and mayhem that's surrounding Diddy and his baby mama Kim Porter, the interview you're about to read will probably astound you. We're all aware of Porter's babbling to Essence magazine regarding the demise of her relationship with Diddy--she snidely stated to Essence magazine that one of the reasons for their break-up was due to Dumb-Dumb Diddy knocking up one of his jump-offs. Well, now that jump-off, Sarah Chapman of Atlanta, GA has stepped up to speak her piece on this situation. Chapman spoke exclusively to my fellow blogger Sandra Rose(last year Rose broke the news regarding Diddy's relationship with Chapman and the baby girl who was the result of it) at to reveal her side of the story.

The tale of this trifling trio gets more and more tenacious with each passing day.

Yesterday I spoke by phone with Sarah Chapman, the mother of Sean Combs first daughter who turned one last week. I am honored that Sarah chose to give her very first interview - even though she she didn't originally intend to be interviewed by me.

Sarah was soft spoken and articulate during our 40-minute phone conversation. There are things she told me that I chose not to publish here. Never one to be greedy, I knew this wasn't the right forum for what she had to say. I asked Sarah to speak to someone at a national magazine to get her story out. I told her how much money she could make for her story, but Sarah wasn't impressed with the money. She was so humble that I was awed by her. She wanted to speak to me first, she said. She was happy that I portrayed her in a positive light, but she wanted to clear up a few errors in yesterday's post regarding Kim Porter's interview with Essence magazine. Sarah said, "I just wanted to let you know that whatever you write about me I want it to be truthful things."

"I never moved out of Atlanta," she said. "I have always lived here and I'm definitely 33. I graduated [from Spelman] in '96. My birthday is next week and I'm going to be 34," she said. "I never ran away from Atlanta because I was pregnant." Sarah, who was born in Minneapolis, said she moved to Atlanta at age 17 to attend Spelman College.

Sarah's response to Kim's assertion that she didn't know her: "A lot of what you said is true about me and Kim. There's so much more to the story than that. She definitely knows who I am," said Sarah. "Yes, it's true, we've had words. [Kim] knew about my pregnancy prior to her getting pregnant. In fact, Kim and I met [Sean] at the same time."

Sarah stressed that she doesn't seek out the spotlight: "That's not for me. I don't enjoy that. I'll let Kim have that"

She also talked about the rumors that surrounded her pregnancy last year: "There's been rumors out there that [Sean Combs] offered me a million dollars to not have the baby, said Sarah. "If he gave me a million dollars I wouldn't be calling him every month for child support," she joked. "I mean, he pays me on a monthly basis, but there's rumors that he offered me a million dollars hush money."

About her longterm relationship with Sean, Sarah said, "He and I are friends, we've always been friends. I've known him for a long time - 13 years exactly. Sarah adding that they dated "on and off" over those years. "I know it sounds very cliché, but we really are friends. It's never been a situation where I'm trying to step on top of [Kim] or I'm trying to be in her position."

Sarah expressed surprise that Kim dropped her name in the Essence interview. "She threw my name in that shit," said Sarah, raising her voice slightly. Regarding Kim's revelation that Kim didn't speak to Sean Combs about Sarah's baby until after her twins were born, Sarah said, "the scary part is that any woman can be with a man and not even mention to him 'oh, I heard you got another woman pregnant' - that's really scary. For the longest time she never mentioned my pregnancy to him. She kept it a secret to herself so it wouldn't take the shine off of her," said Sarah. "I thought [Sean] was lying, but he said Kim never mentioned my pregnancy to him."

Sarah stressed she wanted the opportunity to tell her side of the story in a national forum. "I don't have a voice," she said softly. "I don't have a forum to speak about my child. He has the forum. I'm not a superstar, he's the superstar. He's the person that should be out there acknowledging his child. I'm going on with my daily life and raising my child. We do what we do. We go to Sesame Street and the zoo," said Sarah.

"Now that she's lured me out, let me paint the picture. I don't want anyone else to paint the picture. Let me have a say so," she said. "I need to have a voice. I want to be heard."


DejaVu said...

Wow!!There is a real need here for growth and maturity on all three parts (diddy, kim and sarah). I am embarrassed for all of them. Diddy who is so blessed to have a platform readily accesible couldshape lives and trully lead by example choses to make a fool of himself humiliate and take advantage of others. Kim just needs to grow up and accept the things that she cannot change. She only showed up at diddys party in the hamptons to spite Sarah. and poor Sarah is also a lost soul who has convinced herself that the tangle web she's weaved makes sense. At the end of the day they will all be lonely and longing for real true love. Probably wont get though, they don't believe they are worth it. Sad black folks huh?

Blog It said...

The main outlook in this messy ego-saturated-threesome, is there are kids involved. It could be argued that all these kids will be well taken care of financially, but the intricate & negative psychological baggage that ALL the kids will have to bear may not be a blessing. May God Bless All.

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