Kodak Black Ordered to Pay $4,200 a Month in Child Support
Kodak Black is going to have a couple less dollars for the next few years after agreeing to child support terms with the mother of his son.
According to a report from Bossip, the "Roll in Peace" rapper inked a deal with Jammiah Broomfield, agreeing to pay $4,200 every month until 2033, for his son King Khalid. The rapper will also be responsible for the child's health insurance costs. The deal also ensures that Kodak will have regular access to his son. "This was not easy to get to, but they love the kid, and he's a cute little boy," said Broomfield's lawyer Sara Lawrence.
With one legal issue now behind him, Kodak still has to deal with charges for another legal issue. In October, the rapper was officially indicted for first degree criminal sexual conduct, stemming from an alleged 2016 sexual assault in South Carolina.
According to the arrest warrant, the rapper "forced the victim onto the bed in the room and then onto the floor of the room." Kodak then "attacked the victim orally" and penetrated her. The victim claims she repeatedly told the rapper to stop, but he didn't. He also reportedly bit her on the chest and neck.
In related Kodak Black news, the Florida artist recently released his Project Baby 2: All Grown Up mixtape. The 27-track project includes features from Birdman, Lil Wayne, Offset, John Wicks, JackBoy and XXXTentacion.
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