One of rapper Future's baby mamas has accused him of attempting to make one of his paternity suits go away by paying her hush money.
Cindy Renae Parker filed papers in a Texas court in October, seeking to have the promiscuous rapper take a DNA test to prove he fathered her baby son Legend.
The 36-year-old hip-hop star, real name Nayvadius Wilburn, has refused to acknowledge the child, who was born in July 2019.
In a recent Instagram post, Parker suggested Future contacted her to have her quit talking publicly about the paternity case.
She first posted a quote, which read: "Do it. Because your kids deserve a mother they can brag about."
In the accompanying caption, Parker wrote, "I know one day Legend will be proud I fought for him & didn't accept 'hush money' to keep him hidden."
Parker has since deleted the post, but she left the results of a DNA test indicating her son is related to another of Future's alleged kids online.
Parker and Florida resident Eliza Seraphin (pictured), who is also suing the rapper over paternity of her baby girl Reign, have become allies. The ladies had genetic testing done on their children to determine if they are half siblings.
"DNA testing was done to determine siblingship of the alleged siblings," read the medical document. "Based on testing results obtained from analyzes of the DNA test listed, the probability of half-siblingship is 99.999996%.
Testing further determined with a high degree of certainty that the children were fathered by the same man.
Alongside the results, Parker vowed to keep Eliza and Reign in her son's life: "Legend can be avoided. Even the court system can be avoided," she wrote. "However, one thing that is for sure, is charity starts at the home and family is everything, regardless of the circumstances."
Future, who is reportedly dating live-in model Lori Harvey, insists he only fathered six kids with five different women, including his five-year-old son, also named Future, with ex-fiancee Ciara.