Future’s fires back at his alleged baby mama in court and claims she’s ‘lying’ about her lack of income to ‘extort money’
He’s managed to father six children from six different mothers.
Now Future is fighting back amid claims from Instagram model Eliza Seraphin that he sired her young child Reign.
The 35–year–old rapper filed legal documents to have a paternity suit in Broward County, Florida thrown out on the grounds that Seraphin is fraudulently trying to get access to his money, according to TMZ.
He’s not buying it: The rapper Future, 35, says Instagram model Eliza Seraphin lied about her finances in a paternity suit over her child Reign Wilburn; pictured in September
Documents provided to the court by Eliza claim that she doesn’t have any source of income or a checking account, and she also doesn’t have a car to get around.
But the Turn On The Light rapper says each of those claims are false, and part of the proof is on Seraphin’s own Instagram page.
He pointed out multiple photos that seem to indicate she has one or more cars, and she has advertised brand ambassadorships on her account.
Future’s legal team also allege that Seraphin currently has a lease on a 2018 Range Rover.
She claims to have sold her car to pay her expenses in her original filing from April, but a Range Rover was most recently seen on her Instagram in a photo from July 4.
Conflicting statements: Documents provided by Eliza claim she has no income or checking account and no car. But Future pointed to her Instagram, which features a Range Rover
Fibbing: The rapper also pointed to other photos indicating she’s worked as a brand ambassador; pictured with his son Future Zahir Wilburn in 2017
Future’s filing completely avoids the question of whether he’s the father of the child, instead claiming ‘the petitioner is lying about financial matters at the onset of case which is solely based on her attempt to extort money from’ him.
Eliza’s potential employment and income alone wouldn’t have disqualified her from filing a paternity suit, but the move may be delayed or derailed if the presiding judge sides with the rapper’s lawyers.
The Move That Dope musician also claims that Eliza actually has multiple checking accounts.
The model went on to name her child Reign Wilburn, adopting Future’s legal last name.
In dispute: The Move That Dope musician also claims that Eliza actually has multiple checking accounts
Seraphin may have hurt her own case when she added a link to her Instagram for a website called Just Take The Test.
Clicking the link takes viewers to a bare-bones site that seems to sell a single item: a white T-shirt reading ‘1 (800) DEADBEAT.’
The site features a single photo of her wearing the shirt, which was also posted to Instagram on October 17.
It’s unclear if Seraphin is selling the shirts herself or if she’s merely advertising them for another organization.
Unforced error: Eliza may not have done herself any favors when she linked to a website where she appears to be selling shirts reading ‘1 (800) DEADBEAT
Staying mum: Future didn’t respond to the paternity claim but instead painted Seraphin as a liar; pictured with four of his children in 2017
After Seraphin’s filing this spring, a woman in Texas named Cindy Renae Parker claimed that the Jumpman rapper was the father of her child as well, bringing his tally up to a possible eight children.
According to TMZ, Future (real name: Nayvadius Wilburn) initially agreed to take a paternity test but was nowhere to be found when it was time to take it.
Future most famously shares a son with R&B singer Ciara. The two dated starting in 2013, and she announced they were expecting a child the following year.
However, the couple ended their engagement in 2015 amid rumors of his infidelities.
Since then, Ciara’s now-husband Russell Wilson has stepped in as a loving father.
New family: Future famously shares a son of the same name with his ex Ciara. She’s currently raising him with her now-husband Russell Wilson; shown in July