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Future's Alleged Baby Mama Cindy Parker Trolls Him, As Rapper Flaunts Lori Harvey Romance

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By Ryan Naumann

Future’s alleged baby mama Cindy Parker is subliminally trashing the rapper, as his romance with girlfriend Lori Harvey heats up.

Cindy posted a Jay-Z quote on Instagram, “A man that don’t take care his family can’t be rich.” She captioned the post,” nobody wins when the family feuds.”

One comment came from Eliza Reign, who is also suing Future for paternity of her daughter Reign. She left a large red exclamation point on the post, showing she agrees with Cindy.

Cindy then posted a bible quote reading, “If anyone does not provide for his relatives, especially for his immediate family, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.

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Last year, Cindy sued Future for paternity, child support and custody. She accuses him of being the father to her son Legend Wilburn. She even gave her kid Future’s last name.

Cindy has been unsuccessful in serving Future with the legal paperwork and her case has been at a standstill.

Cindy and Eliza befriended each other and joined forces to take on Future. They recently had their kids submit to a DNA test. Both posted the alleged DNA test results which show their kids having a 99.9% chance of being half-siblings. The implication being Futue is the father to both children.

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Cindy rushed to court to file the DNA test results in her paternity case. She has been quite vocal about the situation despite her claims Future tried to silence her.

She accused him of offering “hush money” to stay silent about the baby. She wrote, “I know one day Legend will be proud I fought for him & didn’t accept “hush money” to keep him hidden.”

Future has been unbothered amid the drama and publicly denied fathering new children. He currently has 6 kids from 5 women, including singer Ciara. He has been jet-setting across the world with his new girlfriend Lori Harvey.

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