"Evil Fucking Son": Flo Rida Accused Of Indifference Little Boy Child With A Disability

HipHop News Posted on May 16, 2018 at 12:01pm

"Evil Fucking Son": Flo Rida Accused Of Indifference Little Boy Child With A Disability

The child suffers from Hydrocephalus, sometimes called "water on the brain".

A woman who gave birth to Flo Rida's child has embarked on a say-the campaign, accusing the "My Home", the rapper denied its 19 months of age, an only child due to the disability he was born.

She has even gone on the record to claim the multi-platinum rapper has described the child as "a bad son of a bitch."

The Daily Mail sat down with 34-year-old Alexis Adams, who claimed that Flo Rida denied the child until a paternity test proved that the Zohar Paxton was, in fact, his.

Adams and Flo Rida is met in Miami in 2015, but the details of their meeting and relationship, are not clear, and Adams did not get into it in the interview. She did, however, say that during her pregnancy, she lost the contact with the superstar born Weaving Dillard and Lacel

Flo Rida, for his part, only made a mention about the situation in the past, when he told TMZ in April that Adams was competing for a "cash grab." Past that, however, has been very silent on the subject.

Even though they were not exclusive, Adams has received a paternity test that confirms that Flo Rida was the father (which she, at the time, released to The Jasmine Brand), which continues to pay child support, even though the two are not in communication with the other.

She said that the child, who suffers from a condition called hydrocephalus, will have to deal with medical conditions for the rest of your life. When the child suffered serious brain surgery, she says Flo Rida was "cold and distant" to her son, sat in the waiting room with his sunglasses and didn't try to engage the child at all.

While Adams admits that it receives the support of Flo Rida, who also pays for your child's, health insurance, is currently in court because his lawyer says that what he offers "is not sufficient" to meet the needs of a child with a disability.

Hydrocephalus, sometimes called "water on the brain" is a condition where fluid accumulates in the brain cavities, exerting excessive press

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