Mavado is one of the richest artists in dancehall currently but his baby mother says she or their son is not benefiting from the singjay’s wealth.
The “So Special” singer posted a photo of himself and his son on Instagram on Father’s Day. The Gullyside head also posted another photo with the caption, “When your kids tell you your the best dad in the world and Father’s Day.”
But seems his baby mother, who is known on Facebook as Gavesha Di Goddess, didn’t agreed with the caption and took to Facebook to blast the singer calling him a deadbeat dad.
“It kills me that you want to finally call your son because it’s Father’s Day,” she wrote. “What about the rest of the 364 days of the year when he’s trying to call you, but gets no answer… .Gavyn is getting big enough to say ‘Mom, I’m getting tired of Daddy’s broken promises’ and ‘Mom, why doesn’t Daddy want me?’ But yet you want him to wish you a Happy Father’s Day! WTF! You put up pix on IG like you’re the best father in the world.”
Mavado hit back on IG calling his baby mama story bs because he regularly send money to support his son.
“Love you son and you know that when you grow older you will understand the world u live in how could a woman get so much money monthly like 1500 to 2000 U.S. Minimum Every month god send from you enter this world now this girl come chat sh** makes no sense up to 3 days ago money was sent and I didn’t get a call until it’s dat time again anyway am not the kind of man to talk a lot but just don’t ever try to disrespect me with my kids remember I take you from the ghetto life when I was just coming up but its all good am always a great father to all my kids and you know it just remember you never ever spend a dollar on that kid that’s not mines you don’t work you never ever do. How many times I’m in NY trying to go see him at his school every time it’s a different excuse after waiting hours either your mom pick him up or other family,” Mavado vent on IG.
Mavado baby mama didn’t stop there and went as far as to accuse the singer of only visiting his son once per year.