Kodak Black has been ordered to pay $4200 in child support every month until 2033.
According to Bossip, Kodak signed a deal with the mother of his son King Khalid. The gossip website says that Kodak signed on to pay the money directly to King’s mother Jammiah Broomfield and the deal also stipulated that Kodak will pay all of his child’s health insurance costs.
Broomfield’s attorney Sara Lawrence said the deal was difficult but all sides are glad that they worked things out.
“This was not easy to get to, but they love the kid, and he’s a cute little boy,” Lawrence said.
Maybe Kodak wanted to get it done because he needed to have at least one person on his team. What better way to get started on building a team around himself than getting right with the mother of your child?
The “Tunnel Vision” rapper has racked up an impressive amount of enemies in recent days. He’s stirred up bad blood between rappers across generations, trashing both Master P and his contemporaries in rants posted to social media.
“Listen, these fake rappers. Hey listen here man… Listen. I got some more albums coming out. I am not like these other n***as, I don’t even listen to Uzi, these n***as d**k in the booty, they confusing the community… I don’t even listen to Yachty, he don’t even be dropping no knowledge,” he said in a representative diatribe.
He accused Percy of attempting to charge him for mentorship, a claim that the No Limit head honcho denies.
“I guess Master P thought I was a fool. I still f-ck with Master P the long way. But I ain’t no motherf-cking fool,” Kodak said in an Instagram rant. “I give my n-ggas whatever game I got, I give it to them for free. Ain’t charging ’em. I ain’t gon’ buy no game from no n-gga.”
He didn’t stop there. The rapper even went so far as to take on all dark-skinned black women. So, yeah, Kodak could definitely use some help right now — even if he’s declining it. He’s facing rape charges in South Carolina and could be looking at the death penalty if he’s found guilty.
Straight And Narrow
Apparently, the rapper is getting life lessons from Jeezy, though. The Thug Motivator is setting him straight. Jeezy explained his pep talks for Kodak in a recent interview with Billboard:
“I talk to Kodak Black every other day and that’s my advice to him; any advice he needs, because this is the streets. The music industry is the streets nowadays. So when getting out the streets and you get into the music industry, you gotta understand how that goes, too, because you can still suffer the same consequences. Now you’re a public person. People have the right to have an opinion, or they get the right to look at your past and say, ‘Yeah, he is a criminal.’
Behind every fortune there’s a crime, but at the end of the day, we’ve all cleaned up our acts. I just saw Kodak Black give his momma a car — that’s what it’s all about.”
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