Mom of Gucci Mane’s son reveals she’s living on welfare while he is racking up millions of dollars
Gucci Mane faces new claims from his baby mama who's looking to increase his child support payments. The mother of his 11-year-old son says they're living in poverty while Mane basks in his riches.
Gucci Mane’s baby mama reveals her poor working conditions in an effort to strengthen her case against the rapper. She sued him for an increase of her child support tenfold claiming Mane’s luxurious lifestyle is proof he can afford it.
The mother of Gucci Mane's 11-year-old son says she's forced to rely on government assistance and demands the rapper cough up more child support money. https://t.co/PvoMvTA9qm pic.twitter.com/q4QAZLv5Z7— Complex (@Complex) January 19, 2019
Sheena Evans, the mother of Mane’s 11-year-old son, Keitheon is determined to get a bigger share of the rapper’s pie. In a clip of the hearing this week obtained by The Blast, Evans’ lawyer revealed she was living on welfare in section 8 housing while her child’s father “is a multi-millionaire.” He adds,
“Mom is on government assistance. There is food stamps that have to be utilized. The child is on Medicaid.”
Evans is seeking a substantial increase in Mane’s payments. In October, she filed documents requesting for $20k monthly instead of the $2,026 the rapper is currently paying her. She cited Mane’s extravagant lifestyle as a basis for the increase. This includes the fine jewelry he possesses and continues to acquire and his $1 million wedding to Keyshia Ka’oir.
Mane denied Evans’ claims then saying his income never changed since 2011. He also said his wedding to Ka’oir didn’t cost a million. He maintains he’s paying Evans enough considering he’s also shouldering their son’s health insurance and medical expenses. He asked that the case be dismissed.
ON WHO'S THE KING OF RAP
While the judge has yet to rule on the case, Mane was busy ruling on something else last month. During his interview on Ricky Smiley’s radio show, he declared himself the king of rap.
“I know the king of rap, me!” he told the show’s hosts while denying Eminem the title.
“You’ve gotta come with a better name than that!” he said.
Mane also believes he’s had a hand in the careers of most rappers today.
Everybody currently in Atlanta, I indirectly helped them or inspired them.”
Meanwhile, Mane also inspired many with his amazing physical transformation. He surprised the world when he emerged from prison 70 pounds lighter and healthier. He revealed incarceration changed his outlook in life and drove him to rid himself of alcohol and drugs. The result was a changed man who now travels the world in style.