News: Rick Ross' Baby Daddy Case Ends, DNA Results Finally Revealed
Monday, Jul 2, 2012 9:32AM
Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross does not have to worry about having more mouths to feed as a woman has now dropped her paternity case against the Miami rapper.
Despite her accusations, DNA results proved Ricky Rozay is not the father of her son.
A woman who accused Rick Ross of fathering her baby has dropped her paternity lawsuit after a DNA test proved the rapper is not the child's dad. The hip-hop star was hit with legal papers in 2011 from Tyrisha Childers, who alleged she has a three-year-old son by Ross and the star had never paid any maintenance. (KSN)
Last year, Ross offered to take a paternity test to disassociate himself from the situation.
TMZ broke the story ... 36-year-old Tyrisha Childers filed a paternity lawsuit against Ross last year -- claiming the rapper knocked her up a few years ago ... and never paid a dime for child support. Rick fired back, insisting he never even slept with Childers -- let alone fathered her baby -- so the court ordered both parties to submit to a DNA test. Well, the results are in -- and according to the test, there's a zero percent chance Rick's the dad. (TMZ)
Last September, the "Boss" revealed he had no significant other heading into the fall.
I asked if he had a girlfriend. "I'm single," he said. "I'm enjoying life. Being a boss. Like all true bosses, one day you gotta give it up." He likes to visit the Louis Vuitton store at the Lenox mall when he is in town and has some downtime, and this afternoon, as we drove there, the topic of former congressman Anthony Weiner came up. Ross had never heard of him. He became curious as he learned the story. Some passages from a leaked Facebook chat were quoted. "How the f*ck that sh*t get out?" he wanted to know. He was told that Weiner tweeted a picture of his d*ck to someone. "Chicks send me pictures," Ross said. "And I appreciate it! I love all of them. But I don't do that shit. I'm the Boss." He shook his head, his expression hidden behind his candy-apple-red-framed aviator sunglasses. "Real n*ggas don't send d*ck flicks." (GQ Magazine)
Back in 2008, Ross caught heat over a child support matter.
A woman claiming to be the mother of Rick Ross' two-year-old son is attempting to establish paternity and collect additional child support from the rapper. TMZ.com reports that the lawsuit comes from Tiallondra Nicole Kemp, mother of William Leonard Roberts, III. Ross' camp says he already pays support for the toddler, including medical bills. Ross's attorney Allan Zamren says, "Mr. Roberts (Ross) is an excellent person and an outstanding member in his community. I've known him for quite some time and it's a pleasure to represent him. (Black Celeb Kids)
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