Future’s Baby Mama Eliza Hits Back After He Accuses Her Of Calling Daughter ‘Check Baby’

Eliza Seraphin Accuses The Rapper Of ‘Harassment, Slander, And Defamation’ After He Claims In His Legal Paper She Uses Her Baby Daughter As A Meal Ticket.

Future’s baby mama Eliza Seraphin reacted to his accusations that she used her baby daughter Reign as a ticket meal and called the tot a “check baby.” The rapper made the allegations in his legal paper in response to her paternity suit.

Eliza took to Instagram to address the accusations. “I have never referred to Reign as a ‘check baby.’ Others who dislike me have,” she claimed on her Story. “People can make claims all day but that’s a bit much. I love my baby and it shows.”

She added, “Haven’t got a half penny since I got pregnant and she’s almost a year old. WHAT CHECK? WHAT.” She went on, “I just gotta clear that up cuz at this point, it’s harassment, slander, and defamation.”

She continued, “At this point, even I’m tired of hearing about the case. It’s much easier to just be responsible. Honestly.”


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The accusations that Eliza wanted to trap Future were first made by her former friend Miami Tip. In a 2019 video, Miami claimed, “This is just a check baby. She [Eliza] looked into it, and none of Future’s other baby mothers have him own child support, so she was going to be the first, and she expected to get a bag over it.”

Eliza has since teamed up with another Future baby mama Cindy Renae Parker. The two women took their babies for DNA test to see if they were related, and they were. “I can confirm whoever it is also got @xocindyrenae pregnant too! Issa small world,” Eliza wrote on Instagram.

In her suit, Eliza demanded child support and wanted the rapper to officially be recognized as her daughter’s father. She also asked judge to order the hip-hop star to pay for the hospital expenses she incurred after giving birth in April 2019.

In his response, Future’s willing to pay $450 a month in child support. Anything more than that was unnecessary, he claimed.