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Gucci Mane’s Wife Keyshia Ka’Oir Blasts The Shaderoom For Child Support Story

Keyshia Ka’Oir says the story about Gucci Mane’s child support settlement is fake news.

The Atlanta rapper’s wife posted a comment on The Shaderoom under a report that Gucci Mane settled with his baby mom to pay her $10,000 a month in child support, and also cough up back child support payments that he’s missed. Urban Islandz reported that same story on Monday, however the original information came from The Blast. The Shaderoom also accredited the Blast for their story.

Nonetheless Keyshia Ka’Oir says none of it is true and told TSR to produce court documents to confirm the report. “Please post the court docs where it stated he has to pay $10k per month plus six figuren back pay!!!! I dare you to post it!!!! I bet they can’t because because that story was FAKE!,” Keyshia said in a comment. “I dm’d Shaderoom and told them it was a false story but they ignored me for click baits!!”

Keysha then claimed that The Shaderoom deleted her comment. But she screenshotted it and posted it to her Instagram account Friday afternoon. “So @theshaderoom wants to post stories about my husband but I finally decided to say something & they deleted my comment! Why do these things without proof !!! Like damn !! Just stop! A b*tch jus TIADDD!!!!!”

The Shaderoom hasn’t posted or responded to Keyshia’s claims.

On Monday the Blast reported that, according to the outlet’s sources, Gucci Mane and the mother of his son, Sheena Evans, came to an agreement out of court for Gucci to up his child support payments from a little over $2,000 to $10k a month, which a judge signed off on. The two parents have been going back and forth for months after Evans sued the rapper for more child support in 2018. The lawsuit accused Gucci of being worth more money now than he was when he went into prison, and that Evans needed help with their 11-year-old son’s medical expenses.

The Blast said the two met in front of a judge on June 26 so after Keyshia’s outburst, it is unclear what exactly came of that hearing.