Rapper Flo Rida was set to pay lots of money for an alleged paternity suit. Gloria Holloway filed for child support back in 2011 in Florida for a boy who is now two years old. When the paperwork was originally filed, a Florida judge moved forward with the case as the 33-year old rapper didn’t dispute the claims made by Holloway.
Luckily, Flo, whose real name is Tramar Dillard, has a team of attorneys who knew better than to just let him fork over two years worth of child support without first taking a DNA paternity test. After the judge demanded his finances and determined just how much the rapper owes, the paternity test came back negative.
Of course, leave it to at least one involved party to take their case to Twitter to vent. In this case, Gloria Holloway used Twitter to vent some of her thoughts and it may be safe to assume they are toward Flo Rida and the child support case. Check out the tweets here.