Courts Say Ludacris Gets To Control His Baby Mama's Social Media
How would you like Ludacris telling you what you can and cannot post?
Parents often disagree on whether their kids should be on social media. Ludacris has taken that control to a whole new level. The rapper has legally won the right to control what his baby mama puts on social media about their 3-year-old.
According to TMZ, a judge filed the order during a custody case between Luda and Tamika Fuller over their daughter Cai. The rapper can now compel his baby mama to remove any photos of their daughter online if he doesn't approve of them. The judge also added that neither parent can exploit their child for interviews, articles or for GoFundMe pages.
This court decision comes after a longtime contentious custody battle. In 2015, Tamika claimed that Luda never wanted to have a child with her and even offered her $10k and a house if she terminated the pregnancy. The next year, Luda married his longtime girlfriend (who isn't Tamika) and they also have a daughter together.
Two weeks ago, Ludacris shared a cute photo of all of his children:
So he's not against ALL social media.