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On the brink of his jail bid TI just gave his other baby moms, Lashon Dixon, a raise for child support. Lashon Dixon is getting money, period.:
ATLANTA (AP) — A judge has ordered rapper T.I. to pay more in child support to the mother of two of his children after she claimed he wasn’t providing enough money. The Superior Court judge on Wednesday boosted T.I.’s payment from just over $3,000 to $5,000 a month to LaShon Dixon. The 28-year-old rapper, whose real name is Clifford Harris, at first had voluntarily paid about $2,000 per month to support his two sons, who are 7 and 9. T.I., who was originally ordered to pay for the boys to attend private school, is no longer required to make that payment. The judge, Bensonetta Tipton Lane, also ordered the performer to pay half of the children’s extracurricular activities and pay for all medical bills. The judge ordered joint custody of the boys to continue, with Dixon granted primary physical custody. He’ll have visitation every other weekend.
With that all that loot monthly she can buy a house and move to the burbs and get obese. We bet Tiny ain’t too happy with this.
On another note in Clifford’s drama, he is seeking advice on how to do his time from…Martha Stewart:
T.I.Rapper T.I. is looking to Martha Stewart for advice as he prepares to spend time behind bars.The hit-maker, real name Clifford Harris, has learned he’s serving exactly the same sentence as the lifestyle queen, who went to prison for five months in 2004 for insider training – and he’s serious about hearing from her before he starts his prison term. Appearing on the news show Extra, he says, “Martha, if you can give me some pointers on how to pass my time in prison, I am open.” T.I., who is heading to jail on a federal firearms charge, adds, “It didn’t hurt Martha Stewart much. We have the same exact sentence, if I’m not mistaken. She’s still doing pretty well for herself… I imagine my musical career would be as good or better than it was when I left.” However he admits he isn’t looking forward to his prison time: “I fear God. I fear God only. I am not thrilled about it. It presents significant concerns in my mind but nothing that time can’t heal. I am looking forward to moving on. I am eager to put this behind me and get back to doing what I do.”