Yesterday, TMZ.com reported that an Atlanta Judge ordered rapper Chris "Ludacris" Bridges to pay his baby mama $7,000 a month in child support for his 2-month-old daughter, Cai Bella Bridges. The facts about how much child support Tamika Fuller will receive are completely wrong. Check out the real facts after the break!
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R&B singer John Legend and his leggy supermodel wife Chrissy Teigen were seen taking a walk with their French bulldog on Ocean Drive in Miami Beach, FL earlier today. Chrissy graces the cover of the annual Sports Illustrated's celebrated Swimsuit issue, on stands next week.
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Some of you weren't even born when the youngest in charge, Special Ed dropped his blazing debut album of the same name when he was a mere lad of 16. Propelled by the album's scorchers, "I Got It Made" and "I'm The Magnificent," Ed's album, Youngest in Charge, went on to sell more than 500,000 copies in 1989.
The Jamaican-born rhyme slayer followed up those hits with "Come On, Let's Move It" off his sophomore album Legal, which dropped in 1990 when Ed turned 18.
But where is Special Ed now?
An anonymous source forwarded a court document filed in an Atlanta court by Chris "Ludacris" Bridges (the "Petitioner") which, along with the attorney's letter I posted this morning, provides further evidence that Ludacris' baby mama, Tamika Fuller, may have sought to use her (then) unborn baby to enrich herself financially and materially.
Ludacris has asked the court to cap Fuller's monthly child support at $1,700 for their 1-month-old baby, Cai Bella Bridges.
Atlanta judges historically frown upon gold diggers who use their infants to extort money from the fathers.
Read the document after the break.
This letter, sent to rapper Ludacris' attorney in August, landed in my email Inbox this morning. The letter was sent by a well-connected insider who begged to remain anonymous.
As you know, rap artist Chris "Ludacris" Bridges accidentally knocked up a longtime friend during a moment of unbridled passion. According to court documents obtained by Hiphopenquirer.com, the woman, Tamika Fuller, demanded that Ludacris buy her a luxury vehicle -- and pay her attorney's retainer fee -- or she was spilling the TEA about their baby.
The contents of the letter have already been made public by TMZ.com. What's interesting about the missive is how it is worded.
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.
Rap tycoon Chris "Ludacris" Bridges and his longtime girlfriend, Eudoxie, hid under beach towels while on vacation in St. Barts on Friday, Jan. 3.
Luda, as he is known by fans, acknowledged the paternity of a baby girl named Cai Bella Bridges. The baby's mother is 40-something Tamika Fuller, who reportedly knew Luda since high school.
Judging from their body language, the new baby may be driving a wedge between Luda and Eudoxie.
Rapper Soulja Boy has been hit with a paternity suit by a young fan he allegedly impregnated 5 years ago. TMZ.com reports paternity docs were filed by one Diamond Shantaniece Mackey, who says Soulja Boy is the father of her 5-year-old son, Portlon. Yes, she named the child Portion.
As proof of their intimate romp in the sack, Diamond provided a photo taken in 2007 in a hotel room where she claims she took a pregnancy test which came back positive.
The photo supposedly shows her breaking the happy news to the expectant father -- who doesn't seem very pleased. The photo was taken before Soulja Boy's fame soared to worldwide heights with his first hit single "Crank That".
TMZ is making shit up now or misread the paperwork where idk where they even got it from. And I don't know where they are getting those #s
— Erica SYioN (@e_syion) October 17, 2013
One of Adrian Peterson's baby mamas has taken to social media to deny everything TMZ claims she said about him.
Former Houston dancer Erica Syion exposed the promiscuous Minnesota Vikings star on her Facebook page after his 2-year-old son, Tyrese, was allegedly beaten to death by his mother's boyfriend last week.
In an interview with TMZ.com, Syion revealed that Peterson fathered her 4-year-old son -- in addition to spawning three other illegitimate children scattered across the country.
For the record, Peterson has publicly claimed only 2 children, a 6-year-old girl and his 2-year-old namesake.
Rapper Slim Thug went on a Twitter tirade yesterday after his lawyer told him he was not the father of a gold digger's son.
The 33-year-old Houston native was relieved that a DNA test was negative, but he was furious that his bank account and assets were frozen after the woman told debtors he was behind on child support payments.
Slim Thug, whose real name is Stayve Jerome Thomas, tweeted a photo of the boy flashing his middle finger.