Migos rapper Offset is claiming responsibility for a 7-year-old son, after admitting paternity in a child support suit.
Baby mama Justine Watson filed court documents for child support after the 25-year-old rapper refused her requests to increase her payments in light of his new income bracket.
Offset, real name Kiari Kendrell Cephus, is engaged to rapper Cardi B.
In his answer to Justine's filing, Offset admitted fathering a son named Jordan with Watson, according to court documents obtained by TheBlast.com.
The rapper already has 2 children -- a boy and a girl -- with two Instagram models.
He claimed he had provided financial assistance to Watson for Jordan since birth, and he is seeking joint legal and physical custody of Jordan. He also wants to change the child's surname to his own.
Watson claims Offset, who is worth an estimated $9 million, provided some financial assistance, but rarely contributed to medical expenses, nor financed his son's educational needs.
She is demanding retroactive child support and $15,000 in attorney's fees -- which Offset is disputing.
According to The Blast, two days after Offset proposed to Cardi live onstage, he filed paperwork to keep his financial information in his paternity case a secret from nosy bloggers.
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