A friend of rap magnate Ludacris's baby mama, Tamika Fuller, seems to confirm the mother-of-2 is mentally unstable.
In an exclusive interview with mommy blog, Mommynoire.com, the friend said Fuller, 40, needed total care to feed and bathe herself after a Fulton County superior court judge handed Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, 37, a stunning child custody victory.
The court found that Ludacris was the more emotionally and financially fit parent to raise 2-year-old Cai Bella Bridges.
It looks like the court got it right.
The following are excerpts from the interview.
MommyNoire: First, what is Tamika's state of mind?
"For the first two weeks after her child was taken away she needed physical help getting out of bed in the morning. She didn't eat for three days straight. Me and her sister would come over and brush her hair, help her get ready. She was just lifeless…. She experienced a deep depression from the separation and it doesn't help that Chris won't let her Facetime or talk with Cai during the week. She's getting a little better but she only gets to see Cai one day a week and then on alternate weekends. Everytime Cai comes home all she wants to do is hug and cuddle as if she's been deprived that all week. And every time Tamika drops her off at Chris' gate she throws a fit. She drops her off at the gate because he doesn't even want her to come to the house. I think it would be different if she felt Chris was devoted to Cai and she was getting everything she needed over there but that's not the case."
What other things are you able to tell people that they may not know?
"Tamika wakes up at 6 a.m. every morning after usually only getting four hours sleep. She drives an hour to an hour and a half to her job depending on the traffic then comes home to an empty house. Cai's bedroom is empty, she can't even go in there anymore. And on top of getting her baby taken away she has all these evil commenters and gossip bloggers just crushing her. All I know is there are a thousand razors up there waiting for these people."
Ouch. I wonder if the "friend" is one of Tamika's alter-egos?
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