Thomas Mikal Ford, aka Tommy Ford, has been served with a restraining order by the mother of his child, who currently resides in Atlanta.
Ford, 52, his known for his comedic work in TV sitcoms Martin and The Parkers.
It is a widely held belief that Cajun singer Beyonce Knowles-Carter, 33, hired a surrogate to deliver her and rapper Jay Z‘s adorable daughter, Blue Ivy, 2.
Another surrogate mother was commissioned to carry a baby girl for former ‘The View’ host Sherri Shepherd, 47, and her now-estranged husband Lamar Sally. It can be argued that both narcissistic women hired surrogates for entirely selfish reasons. Beyonce because she wanted a carbon copy of herself, and Sherri because she wanted an infant to complete the perfect image of matrimony.
Rapper Future Hendrix is fortunate he sired most of his children in Georgia where child support judges are more lenient on deadbeat dads.
A judge ruled Future must pay $2,800 a month in child support for his oldest child, an 11-year-old son. According to gossip tabloid TMZ, that’s an increase from the $1,200 a month he was paying to baby mama Jessica Smith.
Atlanta rapper Yung Joc regrets making Forbes’ Richest Rappers list. Yung Joc, whose real name is Jasiel Robinson, was an up-and-coming rapper with a regional hit titled “It’s Goin Down” when he signed to Sean Combs‘ Bad Boy Records in 2006. Bad Boy released Joc’s debut album New Joc City which shot to #3 on the Billboard charts. Forbes took note of the young rapper’s success. In 2006 Joc was ranked #20 on the Forbes’ Richest Rappers list with an approximate personal wealth of $10 million. That’s when, Joc says, his friends and family started counting his money for him. “It made people really upset,” Joc said.
Former reality TV star Evelyn Lozada clapped back at talk show queen Wendy Williams for referring to her newborn son as a “cash register.”
Lozada, 45, gave birth to a boy recently to very little fanfare. Lozada should be thanking Williams because not too many people were aware that Lozada had given birth.
Eviction records on file at the courthouse seem to suggest a motive behind Tamika Fuller’s demands for upfront cash of $7,500 from rapper Chris “Ludacris” Bridges. Let’s just say that Fuller has a history of having trouble keeping a personal residence based on the public records I’ve obtained. I could go into greater detail, but it’s Sunday, and I must save something for my next post.
Rap mogul Chris “Ludacris” Bridges is going to battle with his baby mama, Tamika Fuller, who gave him an ultimatum — either buy her a luxury vehicle or she was spilling the TEA about their baby to the blogs.
In court documents filed by Luda — and obtained by gossip blog TMZ — he asked a judge back in September to slap a gag order on his former longtime friend because he is “a major celebrity of great notoriety.”
But word about their love child leaked months before she was born.. and now Luda is fighting back by revealing the extortion attempt.