AceShowbiz - Boosie Badazz a.k.a. Lil Boosie is left enraged by allegations that he failed in providing financial support to his tween daughter. Days after reports about him being sued over unpaid child support made media headlines, the "Better Believe It" rapper called the claims made by baby mama Gelisa Hayes "embarrassing" and "fake."
On Thursday, May 21, the 37-year-old rhymer made use of Instagram to defend himself against the allegations. "THESE CHILD SUPPORT CLAIMS THAT I DONT SUPPORT MY DAUGHTER IS BULLS**T SO LEAVE ME THE F**K ALONE," he wrote in the caption of his post wherein he denied missing any payment.
In his lengthy post, Boosie first shot down accusations that he is a deadbeat dad. "For u people to be n my dms saying i'm a deadbeat dad u got me f****d up!! Ive never missed a child support payment with none of my kids," he ranted. "My child wants for nothing. Ive never missed a payment. Me n daughter have a great relationship i'm sure she will be just as pissed as me."
Insisting that he never missed any payment to the mothers of his children, the Baton Rouge rapper made it clear, "Even when my kids r with me for 3-4 months. n they don't have ask they mom for nothing. She wants for nothing. None of them." He added, "Me n my bms r not beefing at all. We might disagree on some things but one thang 'I don't play with they money.' "
After telling off critics, Boosie continued, "My child works for her daddy n makes her own money. She just went back to BR [Baton Rouge, La] with bout a rack (11 years old) from working, her n my boys. I'm not go drag my bm cause this is out of her character but women who say they r happily married shouldn't be doing stuff like this its sad!! This s**t embarrassing n fake I take care mine. PS F**k Y'all."
Boosie was reported to be hit with the child support lawsuit less than a week earlier. At the time, it was claimed that Gelisa Hayes, the mother of his 11-year-old daughter, Lyric Beyonce, had Special Assistant Attorney General Don Snow made the filing on her behalf since he failed to provide financial support.