Father Of 7 Children By 6 Women, Shawn Kemp Admits `Wrong'; Says He'll Live Up To His Responsibilities

February 1999
Jet;02/22/99, Vol. 95 Issue 12, p37
Reports Cleveland Cavalier basketball player Shawn Kemp's response to a `Sports Illustrated' story about the children that he has fathered out of wedlock. His comments on Jim Rome's radio and television show about what was and was not true in the article; His reminder that men other than National Basketball Association players father children out of wedlock; His intentions.


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