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Rapper Future's Alleged Baby Mama Cindy Parker Headed To Court Over Child Support, After DNA Test Result

By Ryan Naumann

Rapper Future’s paternity battle with his alleged Texas baby mama Cindy Parker is heating up in court.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a Texas judge has set a hearing for January 17. Cindy will be in court to explain the status of her case after she submitted an alleged DNA test result.

Back in October, Cindy sued Future accusing him of being the father to her son Legend Wilburn. She wants him custody of the kid and child support paid by Future.

Cindy has attempted to have Future served with the legal paper’s multiple times. She was unsuccessful each time, leaving her case at a standstill.

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Future’s alleged baby mama has been vocal on social media about the situation. She refuses to stay quiet despite the rapper allegedly offering her “hush money.”

Cindy recently accused him of trying to pay her for silence about the situation. She wrote, “I know one day Legend will be proud I fought for him & didn’t accept “hush money” to keep him hidden.”

Despite her case being on pause, Cindy joined forces with another women suing Future for paternity. A Florida woman named Eliza Reign claims Future is the father to her daughter. They had their kids submit to a DNA test which came back showing they have a 99.9% probability of being half-siblings. The implication being Future is the father to both children.


The rapper has accused Eliza of fraud in her paternity lawsuit. He publicly denied being the father to any new children. He currently has 6 kids from 5 women, including a son with Ciara.

Last month, Cindy filed a DNA test report in her paternity lawsuit. A judge will now determine the fate of her lawsuit.

Future has remained unbothered and his girlfriend Lori Harvey stays flexing amid the drama.

Lori and Future's baby mama, Joie Chavis, recently got into a bit of a workout showoff on Instagram.

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