When The Checks Stop… Ludacris Is Begging Broke To BabyMama, ‘I Can’t Pay Child Support Because “Fast & Furious” Hasn’t Paid Us’

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Hmmmm… He wasn’t lookin’ broke when saw him poppin’ bottles and jet setting with Eudoxie! Ludacris is looking to avoid paying the hefty $15K in child support his skripper sidepiece is trying to charge him for their break baby… but Luda says he’s broke because Paul Walker’s death has put a hold on his “Fast And Furious 7″ check!

According to TMZ reports:

Ludacris can’t afford to pay thousands of dollars in child support — and he’s blaming his financial woes on the death of his “Fast and Furious” co-star Paul Walker.

Ludacris was in court Wednesday with his baby mama, Tamika Fuller … who’s demanding Luda pay her $15K a month to take care of his 2-month-old baby daughter, Cai.

But Luda went to court and told the judge … he was counting on “Fast and Furious 7″ money to make his payments, and the movie is now on hold so his payday went away.

Luda claims he can only pay $1,800 a month — confessing he only made around $55K for 2013.

The judge split the baby down the middle, ordering Luda to pay 7K a month for now … while hizzoner reviews all the financial docs.

By the way … Tyrese also claimed relative poverty in his child support case because of Walker’s death.

First of all — this broad sounds hella greedy asking for $15K a month for a 2 month old baby when she was once taking a bus to her job on the pole! $7K is way more than generous but we think she doesn’t really need more than $3K do you agree.


Ludacris and Eudoxie

Does Luda look like he’s raking in under $60K a year to you?

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