Rapper Offset is headed back to family court after child support negotiations broke down between the Migos star and one of his four baby mamas, according to PEOPLE.
In 2015, the 27-year-old Sagittarius fathered a girl, Kalea Marie Cephus, with up-and-coming rapper Shya L'amour, born Nicole Marie Algarin.
Things went smoothly until Offset welcomed another daughter, Kulture, with Dominican rapper Cardi B, born Belcalis Almanzar, in The Bronx.
As baby mamas often do, Shya compared her daughter's modest lifestyle to the opulent lifestyle of 15-month-old Kulture, who lives in the lap of luxury with her famous parents in Atlanta.
After an unsuccessful attempt to wrangle more money out of Offset, Shya took him to court, claiming Offset has only "provided limited financial support," and she wants additional cash from the rapper via court order.
Shya, 30, also included DNA results to prove Kalea was fathered by the rapper, TMZ reported.
Offset has never denied Kalea is his child. The 4-year-old sat at her daddy's feet on the cover of his latest album, titled Father of 4. He threw a lavish birthday party for the youngster last year, and she is featured in occasional photos on his Instagram.
In addition to making it rain, Shya also wants a judge to order Offset to visit his daughter more often, particularly on the weekends, holidays and in the summer, according to TMZ.