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#TheJigIsUp: Gucci Mane Will Reportedly Pay $10,000/Month In Child Support

Gucci Mane tried his damnedest to not have his child support payments increased, but a judge ruled in his son's mother's favor. Deets inside...

It looks like Gucci Mane has finally agreed to pay his son's mother, Sheena Evans, $10,000 a month in child support after a long nasty legal battle.

According to The Blast, Gucci and Sheena - who is the mother of their child 11-year-old son Keitheon - appeared in court last week (July 26th) for a hearing in their ongoing child support case. The two apparently came up with the amount themselves and asked the judge to approve it.

Their deal includes $10K/month along with Gucci coughing up more money for their son’s transportation. The rapper will also pay at least six-figures to cover back child support. He will, however, receive visitation while Evans will continue to have primary custody.

 

The "Wake Up in the Sky" rapper received hella backlash when Sheena revealed she's on welfare and living in Section 8, while Gucci and his wife, Keyshia Ka'oir, was living in the lap of luxury. Sheena aired out that she only received $2,026.49/month for their son, who reportedly has a serious developmental disorder. And she wanted him thrown in jail!

Sheena made claims that Gucci made a significant increase in money since 2011, however, Gucci has denied all claims. Before their agreement, Sheena was the rapper's heels over a increase, requesting he pays $20,000/month in child support.

Gucci followed up with documents demanding the court to shut down Evan’s original request of $20,000 a month. In his filing, he pointed out that he was already paying health insurance and medical expenses for his son, so he didn't feel like he should have to pay more and wanted the case thrown out.

Glad they could come to an amicable agreement.

Photo Gucci's IG

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