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Something tells us there might be something foul going down between actor Djimon Hounsou and his ex, Kimora Lee Simmons based on the video above.

In the video, Hounsou is asked abut his Father’s Day. You know, how it went, etc. Well, apparently that seemingly innocent question touched a nerve ’cause it seems like the actor was prevented from seeing his son that he shares with Simmons.

On Monday he was spotted at an L.A. County building— where it looked like he was handling some buisness — and asked how his Father’s Day went. When Hounsou heard the question, the look on his face said it all. But then he didn’t hold back when he spoke, either.  He says it would’ve been nice to have seen his son Kenzo, who he shares with Kimora.

The camera guy asks point blank how long has been since he’s seen the boy? Djimon holds up a five, but doesn’t get specific about time frames. He then says he can’t even recall.

Here’s what’s also interesting and kinda confusing. On Father’s Day, Hounsou posted a photo of him and Kenzo together. That’s why it’s confusing … because it’s not clear if it’s just an old photograph he threw up for the holiday.

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#happyFathersDay to all fathers #KLH

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It get’s even more interesting when later as the actor is walking back to his ride, someone on the street asked him about fighting for custody. However, he quickly makes it clear that he’s not engaging in a custody battle with Kimora Lee.

They were an item from 2007 until 2012 and had one child together, Kenzo, who was born in 2009.

Lastly, just as the photog asked Hounsou if he had any words for Kimora Lee Simmons, he basically scoffs and closes the door in frustration. That says a lot.

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4 thoughts on “Djimon Hounsou Hints That Kimora Lee Simmons Is Keeping Their Son From Him [Video]

  1. bigPoppaPooBear on said:

    That’s exactly my point. Women are empowered , supported and encouraged by the welfare system, family court system and other agencies to cause this very same demise that you are mentioning. The system is ran by women and the consumer/customer of the system is women. The black woman has abandoned the concept of family. This disease continues to spread like a cancer throughout all of our communities in America.

  2. bigPoppaPooBear on said:

    Boycott Baby Phat from making a come back!!!
    The concept of fatherhood has not been abandoned Miss Pecan. The concept of co-parenting has been rejected by most women who have been empowered and granted permission to convert the relationship as some sort of dictatorship. Your suggestion for black women to close their legs and stop giving their vaginas out for free is what has given birth to this problem. Because the price that is paid for this disfunction extends generationally.

    • Butter Pecan on said:

      Nope BearShyt the welfare state has caused the demise of the black family. Generations of black women learned they can monetize the baby mama business as long as no man is in the household. Thus 74% of black “families“
      are fatherless. You are entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts

  3. Butter Pecan on said:

    Black men have completely abandoned the concept of fatherhood. And we wonder why we have so many thugs running the streets. Black women, close your damm legs and stop giving that cooch out from damm free. Looking right at you S.D.

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