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Ludacris' baby mama issues: Being sued for more child support

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When rapper Ludacris isn't busy making hit songs, he is busy making babies apparently. According to TMZ on Jan. 4, the mother of Ludacris' newborn baby daughter is suing the rap start for child support.

Ludacris' baby mama, Tamika Fuller, has filed legal papers in response to Ludacris's request to put a cap on the child support he is already paying. Fuller is not having any of that as she claims the rapper, whose real name is Christopher Bridges, spends more money on lawn care and Kibbles 'n Bits than he does for his own newborn daughter.

The rap star, who has also appeared in feature films, has groused $80 mil between 2006 and 2012 alone. Fuller claims that the $7,000 a month that he spends on lawn care and the $5,000 he spends a month on pets should enable him to give more money in support of his own daughter.

She is also demanding that Ludacris pay ALL of her lawyer's fees so she is able to afford her own attorney.

Ludacris admitted to a brief affair with Fuller which resulted in her getting pregnant. The affair happened when he took a brief break from his current long-term girlfriend Eudoxie. He claimed responsibility for his daughter but wanted to limit the amount of child support he would pay.

Under Georgia law, Fuller's child support payment was already set at $1,754.66. She believes Ludacris is worth more and should be paying more.

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