Rapper Ludacris filed for paternity of a daughter he fathered with Tamika Fuller, but she spoke out on social media to clear up swirling rumors about her past and say Luda has not make any effort to see the baby. She also said she is not trying to ‘extort’ money out of him.
Ludacris has still not seen the child he fathered with ex Tamika Fuller, she wrote on her Instagram page. He reportedly filed for paternity of the little girl, born in Dec. 2013, himself — but requested that his child support payments stay under $1800 a month — a far cry from the thousands of dollars the millionaire spends monthly. Tamika spoke out saying her concerns are not about the money, but of her attempts to co-parent successfully.
Ludacris’ Baby’s Mom Tamika Fuller: Rapper Hasn’t Seen Baby, Paternity Case Grows
Ludacris has filed for paternity of his daughter, but the baby’s mother says he hasn’t expressed interest in meeting her.
Tamika revealed that the pair’s daughter is already a month old, and Luda has not seen her — but she’s not standing in his way. “She has yet to meet her father and it’s unfortunate because I would never keep him from seeing her,” Tamika wrote, reported Necole Bitchie. “Let’s not lose focus that an innocent child is involved and her best interests come before any of all of this foolishness.”
Tamika Fuller Speaks Out About Paternity Filing, Stripping Rumors
Tamika also spoke out on her social media pages to clear up negative rumors that she has been hearing about herself — including custody battles and stripping rumors.
“It saddens me that it has come to this. I did not file on him. Nor would I ever try to attempt to extort my child’s father,” she wrote, according to Necole Bitchie. “I have never been a stripper. I did waitress there in my past. I have since moved on from that. Some of the best people I know are dancers.”
Tamika is keeping positive despite the whirlwind of drama. “In spite of all that has already happened I just ask that the negativity stop towards him and [me],” she requested. “We have a child to co-parent. Be blessed.”
What do YOU think, HollyMoms? Do you think Tamika is handling the custody battle well?
— Kristine Hope Kowalski