Rapper Future's baby mama rejects mediocre $1,000-a-month child support offer that includes gag order

Instagram model and entrepreneur Eliza Seraphin aka Eliza Reign had previously gone public with the news that the 'Life Is Good' rapper was the father of her one-year-old daughter


                            Rapper Future's baby mama rejects mediocre $1,000-a-month child support offer that includes gag order
Rapper Future (Getty Images)

The future of 36-year-old Nayvadius Wilburn aka Future continues to have more twists and turns. The 'Life Is Good' rapper had previously released his star-studded 'High Off Life' album last month, which was immediately certified gold upon its release, cementing his status as one of music industry's biggest stars. However, the hip-hop star's musical prowess has lately been undermined by headlines that he was being sued for child support by a woman he admittedly had sexual relations with from 2016 to 2018.

According to reports, Instagram model and entrepreneur Eliza Seraphin aka Eliza Reign had previously gone public with the news that rapper Future was the father of her one-year-old daughter Reign, and sued him for child support in a long-running legal battle that began last year. Eliza was demanding child support amounting to $53,000 a month after claiming that Future made close to 20 million dollars a year and she was entitled to a fraction of that amount.

Rapper Future performs on stage at Gucci and Friends Homecoming Concert at Fox Theatre on July 22, 2016, in Atlanta, Georgia (Getty Images)

And now, it turns out that Future had offered Eliza the paltry sum of 1,000 dollars in child support, along with health insurance for their baby daughter. Eliza Reign's attorney, Brandon Rotbart, wrote a letter to Future's lawyer, Ramona Liberty, that outright rejected the mediocre offer, which included a gag order. "I have discussed your proposed order with my client, and we are not in agreement," Rotbart stated, and added, "Should you have a reasonable child support amount to offer, I am happy to discuss it with my client." Rotbart further claimed that Future had stalled legal proceedings by being reluctant to share full details of his annual financial income. "Needless to say, I think this is an attempt to delay matters," Eliza's lawyer concluded.

Rapper Future (C) poses with his children at "Ferdinand" special screening hosted by Future & FreeWishes Foundation at Regal Atlantic Station on December 9, 2017, in Atlanta, Georgia (Getty Images)

Previously, Future had responded to the lawsuit by saying that Eliza was defaming him and attempted to put a gag order on her, alleging that she was harassing him and leaking personal details of their relationship. He also called her daughter a "check baby" because Eliza was using her to get money out of him, and went as far as to allege that she had deliberately impregnated herself with his sperm after a DNA paternity test confirmed that Future was the baby daddy.

Future was already the father of six children (allegedly eight now) and let his feelings known on Twitter in recent weeks, posting miffed tweets that included, "Teach these h**s how to keep they business off the internet..", "She belong to the streets" and "Let the streets cover her tab." It is expected that Future will have to upgrade his initial offer, however, and propose a better financial package before this child support case is settled. 

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