Last year, 36-year-old Florida woman, Tyrisha Childers, filed a paternity lawsuit against Rozay, claiming he got her pregnant a few years back and failed to pay her child support. The Bawse insisted that he never slept with Childers and therefore couldn’t be the father of her baby.
According to TMZ, the court ordered both parties to submit a DNA test and when they did, the results show that there’s zero percent chance that Rick is the child’s father.
The celebrity news website adds that Childers has since voluntarily dismissed her case against Ross.
That’s a good thing, considering just how busy of a summer Rozay has planned. His MMG collective dropped their compilation album, Self Made, Vol. 2, last week, while Ross is prepping for the July 31 release of his highly-anticipate album, God Forgives, I Don’t. He’s also prepping for the release of MMG star rapper, Meek Mill’s Dreams & Nightmares album, which is slated to drop August 28.
In addition to all of that, Ross is the cover subject of XXL’s July/August 2012 issue. In the revealing interview, Ross talks everything from his various health scares to being a label head and solo artist, while managing relationships with Def Jam and Warner Bros. Records. He also shares how God Forgives, I Don’t will cement his status as one of the greatest MCs of all time.—Jakinder Singh