Future’s baby mama Joie Chavis is showing the rapper support for his mixtape release, amid his ongoing paternity battles with two other women.
Chavis, mother to Future’s son Hendrix, took to social media to promote the mixtape “Monster.” “Monster” was originally released in 2014 but is now available on all streaming platforms.
Chavis showed major support by reposting Future’s Instagram post hyping the release. She also posted a quote, “I’m so aware of myself, who I am, and what I offer. No one can tell me sh-t.”
The rapper was recently hit with two new paternity suits over alleged children. Earlier this month, a Texas woman named Cindy Renae Parker sued Future (real name Nayvadius Wilburn) for paternity.
Parker claims Future is the father to her 3-month-old son, Legend Wilburn. She has yet to serve the rapper with legal docs and the case is ongoing.
Parker recently became friends with a Florida woman named Eliza Seraphin aka Eliza Reign the Haitian Goddess. The two joined forces to troll Future on social media. Seraphin is even hawking t-shirts that read “1 (800) DEADBEAT.”
Earlier this year, Seraphin sued Future for paternity and custody. He has publicly denied being the father and accused her of fraud.
Future currently has 6 kids from 5 different women. He has denied fathering new kids taking to social media, “I have 5 wives BTW. Love them all to death.” The 5 wives’ part is referencing the 5 women he already has kids with.”
Future recently attended Drake’s birthday and looked unbothered by his recent drama.