hmmm...only one review for my previous chappy? i hope i didn't lose you guys...here's my next installment...please R&R!

John walked inside the arena of Smackdown the following Thursday feeling depressed. He just got off the phone with Stacy and they both agreed that she should tell Randy about his relation to Chase tonight, although she still didn't change her mind about continuing her relationship with Randy, which hurt him. He also decided that since Stacy was telling Randy tonight, he felt that he should also tell his 'girlfriend', Stacy's old flat mate, Kerri, who was watching his show tonight. Although he didn't actually tell Stacy that they were dating for over a year already.

"Well," John muttered to himself as he entered the locker room. "Let's see what happens later."

Meanwhile, in the RAW locker rooms, Stacy was a nervous wreck. She paced back and forth, changing her clothes and re-applying her makeup a hundred times. Good thing she left Chase at her sister's.

"Ok, Keibler," Stacy said to herself in the mirror as she fixed her hair for the hundredth time. "You can do this."

"What the hell are you fidgeting about, Stace?" Trish said as she watched her friend. "You're just out to dinner with Randy, for god's sake. It's as if you two haven't been dating for quite some time! You're acting as if you two are getting married or something!" the Canadian diva said as she rolled her eyes.

"I'm gonna tell him tonight, Trish," Stacy blurted out to her bestfriend.

"Tell him about?" she said, confused.

"Chase. John. You know, this whole mess that I'm in," Stacy pleadingly said to her bestfriend. She told Trish her whole drama with John after she and John went to the beach following Royal Rumble.

"Oh," she finally said. "Well, good luck, girl. And don't chicken out. You're doing the right thing," she said as she hugged her bestfriend.

When they got to the restaurant, Randy noticed that his girlfriend was unusually quiet. She was usually very bubbly and talkative.

"You ok, babe?" he said as he reached for her hand. Stacy slowly pulled away.

"What's wrong?"

Stacy closed her eyes, as if to get some strength. "There's no point in prolonging this," she said to herself. "He needs to know the truth, before he learns it from someone else."

"Randy," she started to say. "I need to tell you truth about Chase's father," she said as she fought back the tears.

"You sure about this babe?" he asked, concerned. He knew it was a painful topic for her to discuss.

Stacy just nodded. Then she spoke up. "I met Chase's father when I was a college freshman. He was a football jock, and as you would expect, I was a cheerleader. He was really funny and sweet, but we didn't actually date together right away. We were more like best friends when we started. We started really going out exclusively when we were sophomores."

Randy just nodded. He didn't actually know how he would react with her story, and to be honest, it hurt him a bit when she discussed her son's father to him. "Go on," he gently said.

"We went out for three years. And I loved him so much. He went on to become the football star in our university and he had his whole life ahead of him, you know. He has these big plans and I supported him 100 and he wanted me to be part of those dreams. I really believed in my heart that we would really make it, that is until I found out that I was pregnant weeks before graduation."

He squeezed her hand to let her know that he felt for her. He saw the tears forming in her pretty face but he knew that she really needed to get this out of her chest.

"I knew that having a baby would just ruin his plans. He wanted to become a wrestler, and I wanted to be there with him. But a baby just wouldn't allow it. I had to make a choice. So I left him and just watched from afar as he fulfilled his dreams," she said painfully.

"So Chase's father is a wrestler?" Randy asked confused. "Is he in the company? Do I know him?"

Stacy swallowed every inch of courage she had left. She knew there was no turning back now. "You see, Randy," she slowly said as she took his hand into hers. "There was a reason why I named my son Chase Anthony. I named him after his father. John Felix-Anthony Cena. Your bestfriend."

Randy didn't know if he would laugh or cry at his girlfriend's last statement. "Was she joking?" he said to himself but one look at her face told him she was not. "John is Chase's father?" he whispered. He didn't know if he would feel betrayed or not.

"I'm sorry, Randy. I didn't know you two were bestfriends until we were dating and to be honest, I was kinda hoping not to run into him and I tried as much as possible avoid him since we are in different brands. I'm really sorry," Stacy said.

"So I guess you two will be back together, huh?" he sadly said.

"No," she said. "I'm with you now, Randy. He was my past, a closed chapter in my life. Let's just forget about him and move on."

"If you wish," Randy said although he didn't quite believe it.

Meanwhile, John sat in his hotel room, thinking while he waited for Kerri to finish her shower. He has been waiting for the right moment the whole night to tell her, but every time he mustered up the courage to do so, she would do something really sweet and he chickened out. When Kerri went out of the shower, he knew he had to do it.

"It's now or never," John said to himself.

"Penny for your thoughts," Kerri said as she sat down on John's lap.

"Kerr, honey," he said as he motioned for her to sit beside him. "We need to talk."

"Why? What's wrong?" she said as she sat down beside him. John just faced her and took her hands. "This is it, he's going to propose," she thought.

"Kerr," he said as he took a deep breath. "I talked to Stacy last week."

Kerri just stared at him. This was not what she was expecting for him to say. "Wha...What?" she said. "Stacy as in Stacy Kiebler?"

John nodded. "She's a new Diva for RAW and I saw her last week at the Rumble," he said, his voice shaking. "She was there. With our son."

"YOUR SON?" Kerri said surprised. "You and Stacy have a son? How come you never told me this John?"

"I didn't know, Kerr!" he said. "She then explained to me that the reason why she left me four years ago was because she found out that she was pregnant, and that she did not want her and the baby to stop me from pursuing my dream. I'm sorry, Kerr," he said.

"So what do you plan to do now?" she asked. She was scared to hear his reply.

"I don't know," he said. "I'm so confused. That is why I need some time alone. To think."

"You...you're breaking up with me?" Kerri said as she felt her tears roll down.

"I'm so sorry, Kerr."

"You still love her, do you?" she said, with anger rising from her voice. "You still fucking love that slut! After all that she has done to you, you still fucking love her? Answer me! Do you still love her?"

"God damn it, Kerri!" John said, losing his patience. "She's my son's mother, of course I still love her!"

"Fine," she said as she stood up wiping the tears from her eyes and grabbed her things. "If that's the way you want it, fine. But this is far from over Cena," she said as she stormed out of the room.

"You'll pay for this, Kiebler," Kerri said as she walked away from John's room.