Keep It On The Low: Stevie J Begs Children’s Mother On Voicemail Not To Air Out His Business

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November 2, 2013 ‐ By Drenna Armstrong

Stevie J

Steven Jordan, aka Stevie J., has got to get his stuff together.  Now.  We already know that his business has been thrown in the street for unpaid child support and now, he’s begging his kids’ mother to not air him out any further.

According to RadarOnline, Carol Bennett’s rep told them that Stevie J called Bennett saying they needed to just work everything out…without the public having to know:

”What’s going on, uh I see all this press it’s going crazy and then I see something ’bout a press conference on October 31. I would ask you not to do a press conference…so let’s try to figure out what we doing, what’s goin’ on aight?”

Oh yes, you read that right: Bennett held a press conference last Thursday to discuss the situation. Now, we don’t know who was at said conference – maybe some Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta cameras – but Bennett made a statement saying that her intent was not to have Stevie incarcerated but rather, “to find a resolution and to co-parent with Stevie J. and that means emotionally and financially so that our children can receive the support that they deserve.”

So while Stevie makes a fool of himself on reality television, Bennett essentially adds fuel to the fire by holding a press conference about unpaid child support.

No word from Bennett’s rep, Sibrena Stowe de Fernandez, on whether or not they’ve decided to work this out with Stevie J in public (although she did receive his message before her own version of the dog and pony show).

With parents like these, one can only wonder if the children are more mature.

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  • 4DJai

    In my opinion, it is pathetic for so-called celebrities, like Stevie J,
    who have money but choose to neglect being responsible parents and not paying
    their child support. This guy is always bragging about what he has and how much
    money he has, on television, and yet he is disrespecting his own children by
    not paying his monthly child support. I am glad that he has been arrested and
    hopefully he will immediately provide the monthly (and back payments of) financial
    support to his two older children that he is supposed to be doing…..I am sure
    that reality show is paying him something and he needs to do what is right
    because it is the right thing to do….God Bless!!

  • 4DJai

    In my opinion, it is pathetic for so-called celebrities who have money
    but choose to neglect being responsible parents and not paying their child support.
    This guy is always bragging about what he has and how much money he has, on
    television, and yet he is disrespecting his own children by not paying his
    monthly child support. I am glad that he has been arrested and hopefully he
    will immediately provide the monthly (and back payments of) financial support
    to his two older children that he is supposed to be doing….I am sure that
    reality show is paying him something and he needs to do what is right because
    it is the right thing to do….God Bless!!

  • ScriptTease

    …a press conference, seriously!!!

  • kiki j

    “With parents like these, one can only wonder if the children are more mature.” I don’t think the mother did anything immature. She’s just tired of raising her children all by herself while her millionaire baby daddy is living the life, parading like ATL’s pimp daddy of the year and father of the year to Mimi’s little girl. While he’s out here passing out engagement and promise rings to two different women he has kids to take care of. So yes I would exploit him too! Please believe it.

  • IllyPhilly

    Because his life is such a closed book. *side-eye*

  • Guest

    Well he aired out his business on Love and Hip Hop ATL tho.

  • jacqueline perkins

    Truth hurts