The rapper was recently ordered to pay child support for his 1-year-old daughter, but it looks like he tried to cheat the judge in the agreement.
According to TMZ, he failed to disclose all of his financial records, claiming he only makes $4,000 a month working as an employee at Cash Money Records and only has $1,500 in his checking account.
But after a little tugging, he voluntarily agreed to give up $3,000 a month.
Yeah so how does that work exactly?
Well, the answer is… it doesn’t, especially because he’s one of the new hosts of BET’s popular show “106 & Park.”
So in the meantime, before his December court hearing, the judge ordered him to pay $11,500 in back child support.