Ludacris' ex girlfriend and baby mama says he got married in order to take full custody of their child. According to the latest report by TMZ, Tamika Fuller doesn't buy Ludacris' sudden lovey-dovey husband act, and thinks it is all a plan to trick the judge into believing that she is a bad, single mother - a belief that could lead to the judge snatching custody away from her. Tamika Fuller thinks that this clever tactic could work in a Georgia courtroom.
Fans were confused after Ludacris became engaged and married the same day to girlfriend Eudoxie over the Christmas holidays - leading many to wonder what was the hurry. The newest allegation from Tamika Fuller may add some texture to the story, some say.
Inquisitr reported in April that Ludacris was trying to gain full custody of his baby girl, Cai. The couple had been fighting it out in an Atlanta courtroom since the baby was two months old. Tamika Fuller believes that Ludacris just wants to get out of paying child support. The courtroom battle was ruined the rapper's reputation and painted him as a deadbeat dad. Ludacris was adamant that he has been a good father to Cai, as well as his older child. Defending himself, he states,
"Because the media is able to read and misinterpret the documents in the Court's file in this case, every day since January 1, 2014, I have been publicly humiliated and called a deadbeat dad who does not want to see or support his minor child. Nothing could be further from the truth."
Ludacris, whose real name is Christopher Brian Bridges, became well known in the late 1990's and early 2000's for his collaborations with Trina and Foxy Brown and his hit songs such as, 'What's Your Fantasy' and 'Southern Hospitality.' The Chicago, Illinois, native who many call "Luda" is a rapper and entrepreneur who has a background in music management. He has also enjoyed some success as an actor with minor and supporting roles in films such as 2 'Fast 2 Furious,' 'Lil' Pimp,' 'Hustle And Flow,' and 'American Hustle.'according to his bio-Wiki.
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