Rapper P. Diddy is set to appeal on what is considered as the biggest child supported order in New York state history
He seems to not always satisfy with what he has achieved so far. He always wants to do and get more, more and more. And so hip hop mogul Sean P. Diddy feels unsatisfy with the New York State Supreme Court's Appellate Division approval of an increase child support from $5,000 to $21,782 per month, an amount of which he should pay to his ex-girlfriend, Misa Hylton-Brim and their 11-year-old son Justin.
In addition to the amount of child support, which is believed by many as the biggest in New York state history, P. Diddy should also pay for Justin's health insurance, tuition, vacations, clothes and other items, for a total of about $120,000 per year. Feeling unhappy with the decision, Diddy is set to take the case to the Court of Appeals, claiming it is an attack on his character.