Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne Did Not Father Son, According to Paternity Test

  /  04.11.2018

As Maury Povich would put it, Lil Wayne is not the father. The rapper’s latest paternity test saga closes with final results.

As previously reported, a woman named Keiotia Watson claimed Lil Wayne fathered her son, 16-year-old Dwayne Brown. She even named him after the rapper, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter Jr.

However, doctors say that Lil Wayne has a 0.00 percent chance of being Dwayne Brown’s father, according to TMZ. Despite her claims of a 2001 relationship with Weezy, the paternity test results sound conclusive.

A judge previously ruled in Watson’s favor after she filed documents to establish paternity and receive child support from the multi-platinum rapper. The judge ordered a paternity test last month.

He may not be Dwayne Brown’s dad, but Lil Wayne is a father. He has four children from other relationships.

Tunechi’s legal battles are not over. He remains embroiled in an ongoing $51 million legal battle with Cash Money Records. Recent reports indicate the case has become “hostile” and “bitter.”


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