The news outlet reports that a woman in Florida, Eliza Seraphin, is hitting the ATL rapper with a paternity case in which she claims that Future fathered her four-month-old baby girl. Seraphin states that since giving birth on April 19, Future has been absent. Moving forward, Seraphin wants a judge to declare Future as the father. Seraphin argues that she is entitled to child support in addition to the hospital expenses that resulted from her pregnancy.
Although Future has yet to comment on the situation at hand, it's no secret that the "Throw Away" spitter wants more children. While making an appearance at Big Boy TV, Future admitted that he loves the idea of adding on to his legacy. The 35-year-old musician states that he has a special bond with his sons.
"I'm building my legacy," he began. "I hustle for my last name. You got to understand when you have a girl, they give away your last name. My sons, I'm just thinking about we got all our last names; it's gonna be huge. When like, 50 years, 60 years from now, you going to speak of me. You going to speak of my legacy. And that's what you do. This is what I worked for. Why would you work, have all this and just to leave it with one kid. And then something happen and there is no more of y'all."
In addition to taking care of his family, Future is focused on securing the bag as well. Later this week, Future and Meek Mill are set to co-headline their Legendary Nights Tour. The 24-city trek will visit cities such as Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Boston, Atlanta, Houston, Phoenix and more.
If you love Atlanta stars and hip hop, you'll definitely want to join us and AT&T in the ATL on Sept. 12- Sept. 14 for our three-day REVOLT Summit, which was created to help rising moguls reach the next level. Head to REVOLTSummit.com for more info and to get your passes now!
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