Kodak Black In Custody Fight With Baby Mama Over Two-Year-Old Son
Kodak Black’s baby mama recently said that she’s too poor to pay her less than $300 in filing fees to battle her ex over custody of their son, but some in her rapper baby daddy’s camp are questioning her poverty pleas.
Earlier this year, Jammiah Broomfield reportedly quit her job in customer service and then leased a BMW in the same month, but her lawyer, Sara Lawrence, said things aren’t what they seem.
Lawrence said that Broomfield,19, dropped out of high school after delivering King Khalid, 2, lives with her parents and hasn’t been able to keep a steady job because she can’t afford daycare. She also said that Kodak hasn’t paid any support since at least February, and has only given her client $1,000 and a pet dog.
“He seems to have money, but not anything for my client,” Lawrence told BOSSIP. “She can’t afford to work because she can’t pay for daycare. Right now, he’s not paying any more money, and we’re trying to get documents.”
However, Kodak Black said he’s fully prepared to pay to support his toddler son, and the exes are in the process of hashing out a child support agreement, according to his lawyer, Raven Ramona Liberty. But the stress of Broomfield allegedly blocking Kodak from not seeing his first born son is taking its toll on the teen rap sensation, and his lawyer said she hoped Broomfield would let him spend time with the boy ASAP.
“It bothers him,” Raven Ramona Liberty told BOSSIP. “He talks about him all the time. He wants to be with his son.”
Kodak Black sued Broomfield last year to establish paternity, gain partial custody and pay child support. Each side has filed motions to curtail the other’s access to the baby. Broomfield requested that a guardian is appointed to supervise Kodak Black’s visitations, while the “Skrt rapper has asked for joint custody of the tot.
We’re told Kodak wants nothing more than to be a stand-up father for his son, and being around his son is a calming influence for him and makes him want to be a good role model for the boy.
“If you love your kid,” Liberty said, “you should love him enough to have two parents.”