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8/3/12 at 01:47 PM 1 Comments

Gospel Singer Marvin Sapp's Son Tearfully Recalls His Mom in New Reality Show

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In a preview of Marvin Sapp's upcoming reality show "Single Dad," his son Marvin Sapp II revealed that he still struggles with the loss of him mom, MaLinda. MaLinda Sapp passed away in 2010 after struggling with colon cancer.

Marvin Sapp II, a senior in high school, broke down as he gave a school presentation entitled "The Magic of the Super Mom."

He appeared to be recalling her life in a slideshow presentation to his classmates. Marvin Sapp II told students, "I realized that through my pain and my sorrow that my story from losing my mom at such a young age can help so many people that are going through the same things."

Marvin Sapp II's words seemed to suggest that he has resolved the hurt feelings of his mother's passing. However he followed by saying, "There is not a day that goes by when I don't think about my mom."

He became very emotional as he continued, "It hurts to see people with their moms experience a love that I don't experience on a daily basis."

Marvin II also sang Chris Tomlin's "I Will Rise" as a tribute to his mom.

The Christian Post recently reported that Marvin Sapp senior was producing the reality show/ docu-series with Open River Pictures.

The senior Sapp told EEW Magazine about the show, "This is about a family man who really believes in family, teaching his children core values, along with trying to manage a successful business and a career as well."

The shows the Sapp family's everyday life, including daugters Madisson's role in auxiliary club, Mikaila's book The Girl Behind the Mask, and Marvin II's decision to attend Morehouse College

Open Rivers Pictures CEO Tammy Williams told the Magazine, "I think it is timely that the country sees a man, especially an African-American man, who is serious about family values and raising his children."

The show currently has not been picked up by a network.

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