Future Wants To Pay Alleged Baby Mama Eliza Reign No More Than $450 A Month In Child Support + Accuses Her Of Calling Daughter ‘Check Baby’

Future, Eliza Reign

Future Wants To Pay Alleged Baby Mama Eliza Reign No More Than $450 A Month In Child Support + Accuses Her Of Calling Daughter ‘Check Baby’

Future isn’t keeping quiet about his possible child with Eliza Reign. 

She’s been adamant about calling out the rapper on social media with claims that he’s not only the father of her baby girl, but refuses to take a paternity test or help take care of the child.

Now, Future is sharing his own side of things, according to reports. For starters, he said in their paternity battle that he shouldn’t have to pay more than $450 a month. A financial affidavit that Eliza Reign issued to the court is said to play a factor in the amount he came up with.

He reportedly accused Eliza Reign of calling the baby girl a “check baby,” and alleged that she uses the nine-month-old baby as a way to get money from him.

His legal team said the phrase is

“slang terminology describing a child conceived solely for the purposes of extorting monies from the father of a child in the child support setting.”

The legal papers also reportedly claim that before getting pregnant, Eliza Reign investigated how much child support Future had to pay the other women has children with to see how much he’d have to pay her. She allegedly took fertility pills to boost the possibility of Future getting pregnant, according to reports.


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Meanwhile, he reportedly hasn’t taken a DNA test to prove whether or not he’s the father. But Eliza Reign clearly wants him to based on her Instagram bio.

Still, another woman who claims to have a son with Future, Cindy Renae, was able to team up with Eliza Reign and allegedly prove that their children are siblings.

Future, Cindy Renae, Eliza Reign

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Authored by: Char Patterson