Ludacris claims to have made only $55,000 in 2013, thus he is unable to meet his baby mama's child support demands.
Ludacris hasn't put out an album since 2010's Battle of the Sexes, but although he's appeared in several big movies including the "Fast & Furious" franchise, he still seems to be having some financial issues. Perhaps it's time he get started on that delayed Ludaversal album (we did receive "Party Girls" from him the other month).
Luda was in court on Wednesday with his baby mama Tamika Fuller, and he explained to the judge that he's unable to pay the child support currently demanded of him. Fuller asks for $15,000 a month to take care of their two-year old baby girl. However, the rapper/actor claims he can only afford $1,800 a month, because he made just $55,000 in 2013. He told the court he was counting on his "Fast & Furious 7" payments in order to make the monthly child support, but now that the movie is on hold because of Paul Walker's untimely death, so is Luda's paycheck.
The judge is asking that Luda pay $7,000 in the meantime, while his financial documents are reviewed.