Friday, January 24, 2014

Mary J. Blige’s Father Stabbed Three Times By Ex- Lover

Mary J. Blige’s father has been stabbed three times by his former lover. The incident happened in his home yesterday, when he saw his 50-year old former lover letting the air out of his tires. Thomas Blige, 63, confronted his ex-lover, but instead of replying him, stabbed him three times including one on his neck.

The police were called to the scene at about 6.58am, Thursday morning, where they found the victim along with the knife used in the attack in his apartment. She has been charged with ‘assault with intent murder’ and will be arraigned today in court. Before now, there have been seven domestic violence complaints between the warring former lovers since August 2013, and the lover has been warned to stay away from Mr Blige.

Mr Blige is also said to be in a critical condition.

15 comments:

  1. She must be deranged! She needs a quick psychological evaluation.

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    1. Can someone take her to rehab already. Who does this at 50

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  2. Oh dear. God grant u quick recovery, angry lover things....

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  3. Hmmm I wish her quick recovery...please follow @flyingdove2014

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  4. she surely needs to be evaluated and may he recover for the stab.

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  5. All these akata women and their issues....lack of impulse control is a big problem in the Black community that's why they are the majority in prison..as she stab am now what has that accomplished.

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  6. Oyinbo sef, intent murder when will it be real murder case

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  7. She must have a good reason for wanting to kill him, dont judge so as not to be judged

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  8. The good Lord will heal him

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  9. Wicked and heartless soul

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  10. Still need details of the whole scenerio

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  11. It is not her, drugs in action

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  12. Oyinbo wizard

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  13. The old man should confess his evil deeds on that woman

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  14. The criminal must not go unpunished

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