Report: Rick Ross's Baby's Mother Wants $20,000 a Month in Child Support

Report: Rick Ross's Baby's Mother Wants $20,000 a Month in Child Support

"I'm tired of fighting this war," says Tia Kemp.

Published September 2, 2015

If Tia Kemp gets her way, Rick Ross will be paying more in child support than the average person makes in a year. Kemp, mother to Rozay’s 10-year-old son, originally wanted Ross to cover a minimum of $2,800 a month, but has since filed documents to up the monthly payments to $20,000, reports Bossip.

In an interview with the website, Kemp revealed that she’s “tired of fighting” a money war with Ross, and is only concerned with giving their son the “best life.”  

Ross reportedly stopped paying for extracurricular activities for their son, forcing Kemp into court for a modification. “You’ve got all these Wing Stops, all this property — up the pay,” she told Bossip. “My son doesn’t ask for much. I’m not trying to drain him.”

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The mother of three maintains that she’s not trying to live off of the MMG leader's empire. She acknowledged that Ross pays child support, but noted that it’s “not substantial” or “consistent.”    

Ross’s relationship with his son is allegedly suffering as well. According to Kemp, he doesn’t respond to the child’s text messages. “I wish that he would get it together,” she said. “He’s almost 40, and it’s sad.” 

Regardless of their differences, Kemp claims she and Ross have been “sleeping together for the past several years,” even though he’s supposedly in a new relationship. Ross’s special lady is nothing more than a “prostitute,” according to Kemp. “In a few months, he won’t even remember that young girl’s name.”  

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Written by Latifah Muhammad

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