Mercy's Biological Dad Pleads For Photos From Madonna

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Le père biologique de Mercy demande des photos à Madonna.

09 August 2010 12:15

The biological father of Madonna's adopted daughter Mercy has begged the superstar to send him photographs of the child.
The Material Girl took the four year old home from a Malawi orphanage last year (09) after her father James Kambewa gave up his legal fight for the child in June (09).
Kambewa never met his daughter - who he thought had died with her mother during birth - because he moved to South Africa to work as a waiter.
He was left devastated in April (10) after missing out on the chance to see his daughter when Madonna returned with Mercy to Malawi to launch the construction of her girls school.
Now Kambewa has made a public plea for the singer to forward him pictures of the tot - and he is still intent on being reunited with his biological child one day.
He tells Britain's Daily Mail, "I would appreciate if Madonna could send me pictures of how she looks like now as I don't get any pleasure of being with her.
"It's emotionally painful for me as a father. I'm very happy that Madonna is taking care of her. But as a parent, from the moment I heard that she was still alive, I wanted to meet her and I'm hopeful that I'll meet her one day."

Source: Contactmusic News.


Madonna Asked For Mercy Photo
09 August 2010 12:15:17

The father of Madonna's adopted five-year-old daughter Mercy has begged the singer to send him a photo of his little girl so he can see what she looks like.
The father of Madonna's adopted daughter has begged the singer to send him a photo of his little girl.
The 'Celebration' singer adopted five-year-old Mercy from Malawi last year and while her biological dad James Kambewa is pleased the tot now has a better life he is desperate to see what she looks like.
James - who has never met Mercy, whose mother died in childbirth aged 14 - said: "I would appreciate if Madonna could send me pictures of how she looks like now as I don't get any pleasure of being with her.
"It's emotionally painful for me as a father. I'm very happy that Madonna is taking care of her. But as a parent, from the moment I heard that she was still alive, I wanted to meet her and I'm hopeful that I'll meet her one day."
James - who has moved to South Africa in a bid to earn enough money to fly over to see Mercy in either her home in the UK or the US - was initially against the adoption, but now wants to meet Madonna as he can see what a good job she is doing of raising her.
He told South Africa's Sunday Time newspaper: "As a father, I think about her every day. Having a baby is a blessing. So I go through the emotional pain of not living with her every day. I would like to make peace with Madonna so that I can meet my baby. I need someone to advise me on how to go about doing that.
"From the time I learnt that my daughter was still alive, I've been longing for a chance to meet with her but how I do that? I don't know."
As well as Mercy, Madonna, also has adopted son David, four, and her kids, Lourdes, 13, and nine-year-old Rocco from previous relationships.

Source: Contactmusic News.


Father of Madonna's child requests photos
Monday, August 9 2010, 20:33 BST
By Clare Wiley

The father of Madonna's adopted daughter Mercy has asked that the singer send him photos of the girl.
The star took the 4-year-old from a Malawi orphanage last year after her biological father James Kambewa gave up his legal fight for the child.
Kambewa thought that his daughter had died with her mother during birth, and has never met Mercy.
He told the Daily Mail: "I would appreciate if Madonna could send me pictures of how she looks like now as I don't get any pleasure of being with her.
"It's emotionally painful for me as a father. I'm very happy that Madonna is taking care of her. But as a parent, from the moment I heard that she was still alive, I wanted to meet her and I'm hopeful that I'll meet her one day."

Source: Digital Spy.

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