|Keke Wyatt||Rahmat Morton|
|Music - Singer||Entertainment - Agent|
|Why Famous:||Why Famous:|
|Soul Sista, album||Ex-Husband and Manager of Keke Wyatt|
|Age: 31 (b. 3/10/1982)||Age: 42 (b. 1971)|
|View Keke Wyatt's Relationships (2)||View Rahmat Morton's Relationships (1)|
Where and/or how did Keke Wyatt and Rahmat Morton meet?
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Why did Keke Wyatt and Rahmat Morton break up?
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|Controversy surrounding accusations in a domestic dispute between Wyatt and her husband/manager helped propel her debut album Soul Sista into gold-certified status. The album held the Top 5 position for several weeks and sold more than one million copies reaching audiences in Japan, Korea and Europe. The video for her third single, I Don't Wanna, features her real-life spouse, Rahmat Morton, playing her husband as well as their son in the beginning intro.|
|On December 25, 2001, after local Shelbyville, Kentucky authorities' response to a domestic dispute call, Keke Wyatt was arrested and charged with stabbing her husband Rahmat Morton up to five times with a steak knife at their home. Morton, Wyatt's long-time road manager, was taken to University of Louisville Hospital where he was listed as a patient. On March 25, 2002, Wyatt was indicted on one count of second degree assault by a Shelby County Grand Jury. Despite doctors having to remove part of the knife from his back, Morton did not want police to press charges against his wife. Eventually, police charges were dropped and Wyatt served no time for the incident.|
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"Not at all. I was in labor for 36 hours. After that experience, anytime I have reservations and think I can't do anything I remind myself that I survived the birth of my child. Although I didn't scream my baby into this world, the pain continued after he was born for at least three weeks. During labor I felt like I needed to put the fire out. Everybody kept telling me the pain wasn't going to last forever but after 20 hours of it I left the building. I felt like I was on the ceiling looking down at myself like, Dag, girl, you still in labor? I know my experience isn't everyone's but I believe people need to be realistic when sharing their stories about their pregnancies and birth. When he arrived I held him in my arms for about an hour and then went to sleep because I was simply exhausted."