Rapper Future's baby mama Eliza Reign to seek child support after DNA paternity test comes back positive
The rapper Future might have to gear up a bit differently for the upcoming Father's Day holiday. It was recently confirmed that the 'Life is Good' hip-hop star is officially the father of Eliza Reign's child after the Instagram model and entrepreneur requested a DNA paternity test and the results came back positive.
Although the 36-year-old Future (real name Nayvadius Wilburn) admitted that he had a sexual relationship with Eliza Seraphin (aka Eliza Reign) from 2016 to 2018, he also accused her of harassing him with daily phone calls and causing him emotional distress after she became pregnant and claimed the baby was his.
Last year, Eliza sued Future, claiming that he was refusing to accept that he was the father of her new daughter Reign, who is now already a year old. She also demanded child support amounting to $53,000 a month after claiming that Future made close to 20 million dollars a year and she hadn't seen a penny of it.
Future responded to the lawsuit by saying that Eliza was defaming him and made numerous attempts to put a gag order on her, alleging that she was running her mouth all around town about 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. However, it looks like Eliza has triumphed in this battle after it was confirmed that Future was indeed the baby daddy of the little girl Reign.
Future had already admitted that he is the father of six other children this weekend, individually wishing six of his baby mamas on Mother's Day, including the singer Ciara, India J, Brittni Mealy, Joie Chavis, Jessica Smith, and two other unnamed women.
Eliza Reign's lawyer, Brandon Rotbart, recently confirmed, "The court made a finding that Mr. Wilburn is the biological and legal father to the child." Eliza will now claim custody and seek retroactive child support for their daughter, as well as payment for attorney's fees, thus recouping a hefty sum from Future.
Future seemingly responded after the DNA tests came to light by posting a series of rants on Twitter, starting off with the comment "Keep it pushing." He then posted multiple followup tweets that included "Teach these h**s how to keep they business off the internet.." and "U run to the internet." After that, he seemed to realize he was fighting a losing battle when he posted "I can't speak the truth ima log off," and "Mask on," presumably a reference to his hit song 'Mask Off.'
His last tweets seemed to be full of derision, where he wrote, "She belong to the streets" and "Let the streets cover her tab." However, it looks like he'll just have to buckle up and embrace his new fatherhood status. His last tweet read, "Ain mad at u... u gotta get it how u live #TREWAY free da guys."