It has only been two weeks since Kyrie Irving's name was dragged all over social media after his alleged girlfriend Kehlani was photographed in PartyNextDoor's bed.
Well, two weeks later and the Cleveland Cavaliers' star guard is being dragged in an entirely different drama — baby mama drama.
According to Bossip, Kyrie's baby mama, Andrea Wilson, filed court papers requesting that a judge grants her a new paternity agreement, giving her full control over how their baby daughter Azurie's $4,500 per month in child support is spent.
The site additionally reports that Irving, in turn, asked the judge to continue letting him weigh in on how the $4,500 monthly payments are spent for their daughter, even requesting to allow him until the 15th of every month to issue child support. His child support doesn't include fees for Azurie's nannies, daycare and medical bills.
But with Kyrie making north of $16 million this season alone, he could afford it.
Still, Irving alleges that Wilson's proposal for a new agreement would violate Texas state law.
“The mediated settlement agreement offends Kyrie Andrew Irving’s constitutional right to a relationship with his child, and should be set aside,” the NBA star's attorney said in court papers obtained by Bossip.
Not great news to be hit with right before the start of the NBA playoffs this weekend.
Kyrie's head has got to be spinning.
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