Offset is reportedly trying to get joint custody of his son.
It's been a big week for Offset. First, he and his rap crew were accused of jumping XXXTenacion, that was later proven to be untrue, and now a part of his personal life has gone public into the hands of the media.
The Blast reports that a Justine Watson filed documents against Offset in August to establish child support and paternity for her 7-year-old son, Jordan. Justine is claiming that Offset is the father even though he has never taken a DNA test.
Offset has apparently been providing Justine with on-and-off financial assistance but rarely helped with medical, education or extra-curricular activity expenses. After figuring out Offset's net worth, Justine now wants to be paid the child support he has missed over the years as well as $15,000 in attorney’s fees.
The publication reports that Offset responded to the court order in October admitting that he is the father and has been sending money Justine's way since Jordan's birth. Although he believes having the court decide the final verdict, where he also wants joint legal and physical custody of Jordan, he doesn't want to pay the $15,000 for her legal fees.
Two days after Offset got on one knee and proposed to Cardi B during her Powerhouse concert, he filed to have all his financial information in the case private. Offset also admits to having two other children with different women.
As for Offset and Cardi B's upcoming wedding, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper (who wears a $500,000 engagement ring) recently spoke on the big day and shared some tidbits of what to expect, since BET has shown interest in broadcasting their wedding just as the network did with Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka'Oir.
"The world is not ready for it,” she said. “Everybody got to be wearing red. And my bridesmaids are gonna be wearing suits, what’s good.”