I don’t even know where to start.
He’s spent time in jail and is now homeless, and he believes his parents are at the root of his problems.
Bey is asking the court for more than $200,000 in damages. He wants his parents to mortgage their family home and purchase two franchises like Domino’s Pizza.
“I feel like my parents should want the best for their children and grandchildren so we have something to pass down for generations so we don’t have to live like this,” he said.
Bey’s parents, who live in public housing, said they’re not in a position to give up any money. His stepfather named in the suit, Bernard Manley, had some choice unprintable words and maintained Bey is not his biological son.
“Bey said he is willing to drop the lawsuit if his family will simply sit down at the dinner table with him.”
In a legal sense, all parents have to do is have dinner and its a stipulated dismissal.
Despite being a bad son, the parents, lawsuit or not, should sit down and hash this out. It does not mean money has to exchange hands, but some reconciliation and forgiveness all the way around would go a long way.