Future's Baby Mama Rejects $1,000 a Month Child Support Offer
Future’s baby mama Eliza Seraphin has turned down a proposed child support deal.
According to court documents obtained by Bossip, Future recently proposed $1,000 a month in child support for their daughter Reign. As part of the deal, the “Life Is Good” rapper asked Eliza to sign a gag order and refrain from talking about him publicly.
However, Eliza reportedly rejected Future’s offer because she felt it was too low. She believes Future should pay around $53,000 a month based on his reported $20 million a year income.
Eliza sued Future for paternity, child support, and custody, alleging that he was the biological father of her 1-year-old daughter. Future responded to the lawsuit by accusing Eliza of having mental issues and sleeping around for her own personal financial gain.
In February, he fired back with a defamation lawsuit and claimed that Eliza shared intimate details about their private relationship in order to get money out of him. He admitted that they had a sexual relationship from 2016 to 2018, but says he never would have slept with her if he knew she would air out their affairs.
Future eventually agreed to submit to a DNA test, confirming that he is Reign’s biological father. After the paternity results were made public, he seemingly addressed the mother of his child. “Teach these hoes how to keep they business off the internet,” tweeted Future.
Last month, Eliza filed a countersuit against the High Off Life rapper, claiming that he disparaged her name with false allegations.
According to The Blast, the two are scheduled to appear in court later this month to address the child support and custody issues.