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Baby Daddy Drama: Male Model Claims To Be The REAL Father Of Kourtney Kardashian’s Son

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According to one Los Angeles model, Scott Disick is NOT the father of Kourtney Kardashian’s 3-year-old son, Mason.

Michael Girgenti, the male model in question, is claiming that HE is the actual father of Mason – the end result of a brief fling he had with Kardashian.

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According to Girgenti, he met Kardashian in 2008 at a photo shoot for 944 Magazine, and the two really ‘hit it off,’ so to speak.  A year later, Kardashian told him she was on a break from Disick and had no reservations about getting involved with Girgenti.  Girgenti revealed the gory baby-making details to In Touch Weekly (Warning:  TMI to follow):

“We started kissing, making out and touching each other. We were fooling around on the couch for a little while before I took her to the bedroom.  I slipped her clothes off. She helped me undress, and we fell into bed.”

Girgenti said that this tryst took place exactly 9 months before the birth of Mason, although later Kardashian would get back with Disick and publicly declare the child to be his.  However, Girgenti always questioned Mason’s paternity, saying, “after [Mason] was born and I saw photos of him, I began to wonder.”

Girgenti is asking for a paternity report to back up his claims.  This is actually the second time he’s requested a DNA test, the first time was shortly after Mason’s birth.  However, the Kardashian family rebuffed Girgenti then, and will probably rebuff him now.  According to Kardashian’s lawyer:

“Since the August 20, 2008, on-set photo shoot, Kourtney never spoke with him, saw him nor met him again.  Kourtney has never been alone with him, and Kourtney certainly has never physically/intimately been with Mr. Girgenti.”

Maybe Girgenti can get Maury Povich to back him up!  Until then, who do you believe – Girgenti, or Kardashian?

 

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Wakanda Wear: Folks Show Up & Show Out For ‘Black Panther’ Opening

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Ya’ll already know Black folks will take a theme and run with it. So it’s no surprise people are showing up in droves to theaters to see Black Panther dressed in their finest Africa, and some Coming To America, inspired gear. From Dashiki’s to Kente cloth dresses and headpieces people are definitely getting in the spirit. Check out some looks we’re loving from around social media.

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