Offset's Baby Mama Demands More Child Support
There’s more baby mama drama for Offset.
Nicole Marie Algarin, who goes by the stage name Shya L’amour, has filed legal docs demanding more child support for their 4-year-old daughter, Kalea. According to TMZ, Algarin says the Migos rapper has “provided limited financial support” for Kalea, and is asking the judge to provide more, or at the very least, formalize court-ordered payments.
In the court docs, Algarin says Offset has already taken DNA tests to confirm that he is Kalea’s father. He has also publicly acknowledged his paternity on Instagram. He captioned one father-daughter photo “Daddy’s Girl.” Kalea also appears on the cover of Offset’s solo debut album Father of 4, along with his three other children.
Nicole says she wants the court to officially recognize him as Kalea’s dad. She also wants Offset to regularly visit their daughter on weekends, holidays, and in the summer.
In addition to Kalea, Offset has two sons, Jordan and Kody, from previous relationships, and his one-year-old daughter, Kulture, with Cardi B.
Despite his busy schedule, Offset has tried to be present in his kids’ lives. He even has their names tattooed on his body. “Hearing you’re a bad father is the worst thing you can hear, and people throw that around so much. It’s like someone spitting in your face,” he told Haute Living. “But my children are everything to me.”