Lil Boosie came under fire earlier this week when he claimed he brought an adult woman to perform sex acts on his tween sons.
Well, the “Wipe Me Down” rapper’s parenting choices will likely come further under fire after the state Department of Human Services sued him for failing to financially provide for his daughter, Lyric Beyonce, BOSSIP has learned.
Special Assistant Attorney General Don Snow filed suit against Boosie on behalf of the girl’s mother, Gelisa Hayes, who reached out and complained that he wasn’t supporting the 11-year-old, court papers state.
Hayes and the state want immediate child support of a “reasonable amount,” and for Boosie’s wages to be garnished, along with health and accident insurance for the girl, according to court papers obtained by BOSSIP. And if Boosie isn’t sure that he’s the child’s father, Haynes and the state said he should take a DNA test through the state.
A spokeswoman from the Georgia Department of Human Services said she couldn’t comment about Boosie’s case, citing federal law.
The Baton Rouge native, 37, has not responded to the lawsuit, despite court papers showing that he was served at both his mansion and the nearby headquarters for “Bad Azz Entertainment.” He was due in court on the matter this week, but the hearing was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to court papers.
Boosie sparked public revulsion when he went on Instagram Live to brag that he’d arranged for a woman to perform oral sex on his minor son and nephews. “I’m training them boys right,” Boosie said in the video clip. “I got my son’s d**k sucked early, I got his d**k sucked early, all my nephews, all of them, ask them, or my sons, who got them their first h**d. Twitter users said Boosie’s parenting amounted to child abuse and vowed to file complaints about him to the local Child Protection Services.
BOSSIP’s efforts to reach Boosie weren’t successful Wednesday. No lawyer is listed as representing him in the case.