Kodak Black Agrees to Pay Child Support for Young Son Until 2033
Kodak Black has recently settled with his baby’s mother in his child support case. Bossip reports that the Florida rapper and his ex-girlfriend, Jammiah Broomfield, reached a mutable agreement on how they are going to take care of King Khalid— at least, financially.
According to court documents, the “No Flockin” rapper agreed to pay directly to Broomfield $4,200 a month in support until 2033. If you do the math, that puts the total near $750,000 over the next 15 years.
Kodak will also cover all of the tot’s health insurance expenses. They will also share joint custody of their toddler son.
Broomfield’s lawyer Sara Lawrence told the website that coming to an agreement that was mutual for both parties wasn't easy. “This was not easy to get to, but they love the kid, and he’s a cute little boy,” she said.
Meanwhile, Kodak has another legal case he must address in South Carolina. The rapper was indicted by a grand jury on charges of first degree criminal sexual conduct. The charges stem from a February 2016 incident, in which Kodak allegedly engaged in a sexual battery against a 19-year-old female victim at the Comfort Inn and Suites in Florence County (South Carolina).
If he's convicted, Kodak Black faces up to 30 years in prison. There's no word on when his trial will begin. Attorneys for the rapper had no comment on the matter.