The mother of Gucci Mane's 11-year-old son is demanding the rapper cough up more money. Much, much more.
According to The Blast, Sheena Evans is suing the rapper in an effort to increase her child support payments from $2,026 a month to $20,000 a month. The woman claims it's unfair that she's been forced to rely on government assistance while Gucci has enjoyed an extravagant lifestyle and a significant boost in income.
"Here we have a minor child whose father is a multi-millionaire—mom lives in Section 8 housing," Evans' attorney said during a court hearing this week. "Mom is on government assistance. There is food stamps that have to be utilized. The child is on Medicaid."
According to her lawsuit, which was filed in 2018, Evans says the original $2,076 figure was established back in 2011, when Gucci's earnings were relatively low. The plaintiff claims the rapper's income has surged within the past few years, thanks in large part to his steady stream of new music projects as well as his reality TV gigs. Evans insists Gucci can afford the $20,000 payments, as he allegedly drops a considerate amount of money on fine jewelry, and spent $1 million on his and Keyshia Ka' Oir's 2017 wedding.
Gucci denies that he dropped $1 million on the ceremony, and says his income has pretty much remained the same since 2011. He also claims that Sheena isn't entitled to anymore money, as he's already paying for their son's health insurance and medical expenses.
Gucci has asked the court to dismiss the case. The judge has yet to make a ruling.