SOHH Whatcha Think: Common Talks About Boxing Drake + Rick Ross Denies Child?! [Click Here & Speak]
Friday, Jan 20, 2012 4:45AM
Ayo Maury Povich: I gotta major episode for you, bruh bruh. Apparently a Florida woman is claiming Rick Ross fathered her seed. Get on your job.
Tyrisha Childers filed them papers on your boy Rozay. Them paternity papers. But wait -- she is aware that there are actually two men who use the name "Rick Ross," correct?
Rick Ross is adamant ... he didn't father a 3-year-old boy in Georgia to a destitute woman -- despite a recent paternity suit filed against the rapper -- and now, he wants to prove it ... with a DNA test. The paternity suit was filed in Broward County by Florida Department of Revenue -- on behalf of 36-year-old Tyrisha Childers, who claims Ross knocked her up a few years ago ... and still hasn't paid a dime of child support.(TMZ)
Is it possible she's referring to Rick Donnell Ross?
Ok then, f*ckit. Shorty is sure about one thing, it was a n*gga with a beard. Somebody get Freeway on the phone. Til' then, Rozay the entertainer is saying not only is he denifinelty not the father, but he never even took her for a spin in his infamous drop top chicken box. He's even down to take a paternity test. Bawss.
Rick Ross has already filed a response to Childers' paternity claims and denies he's the father of her child. The rapper is seeking a DNA test to prove that he is not the father. Legal documents filed on behalf of the rapper claim that he never even slept with the woman.(TMZ)
SOHH Watcha Think -- Rapper's illegitamate baby or single mom dreaming of a quick come up?
Speaking of dreams, The Dreamer/The Believer MC Common recently took part in an interview in which the rapper joked he's down for a boxing match with Drizzy. Hmmm ... Canada Dry vs. Just Wright. You think Drake'll pull some sh*t like that? You never know.
Check it out Common's radio interview below:
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