Flo Rida’s DNA Test Results Prove He Fathered Model’s Child
No need to call Maury Povich because it looks like Flo Rida will have to break bread with a model who claims the rapper is her baby daddy.
The 34-year-old rhymer was sued by Natasha Georgette Williams who alleges in her suit that Flo Rida got her pregnant and demanded that she have an abortion. The 'Wild Ones' rapper admitted to having a relationship with the model but wanted a DNA test before proceeding with the child support case.
Well, according to TMZ, the paternity test came back positive. How positive? The results showed there's a 99.99999999% chance Flo Rida fathered the child.
That's proof positive if you asked us.
Williams' attorney, Ray Rafool, is happy with the outcome.
"Though not a surprise to Ms. Williams, we are certainly pleased that the Court ordered paternity test firmly establishes Flo Rida is the father of their son," he told TMZ.
Williams is seeking "good fortune" child support, which a special kind of child support in Florida for wealthy people. The model is requesting that Flo Rida pays for prenatal assistance, doctors and other birth-related expenditures. On top of that she was regular child support for daycare, nannies and other expenses after the child is born.
We must also mentioned that a judge hasn't officially named Flo Rida as the father yet, but if everything pans out it shouldn't be too long before he does.
Williams, who is a licensed cosmetologist and part-time model, gave birth to a baby boy back in June. Judging by her selfies on her Instagram page, the beauty is back in shape and is enjoying life.
Attorneys for Flo Rida had no comment on the matter.