Reportedly, the two appeared in court on Friday, and the rapper agreed to pay Evans close to $10,000 a month in support for their boy Keitheon Davis, who was born in 2007.
He’ll also pay Evans a six-figure amount to cover back payments and buy her and their son a new vehicle to get around. Evans will maintain primary custody of the child, and the rapper will see him through visitation.
It’s certainly been a long, nasty battle for the exes. In October of 2018 Evans tried to get the courts to increase Mane’s payments to $20,000 a month, because she said he lives a lavish lifestyle. She also claimed he’s had plenty of money-making opportunities since leaving prison in 2016, like his reality show on BET at the time.
Plus, Evans said Mane’s wedding to Keyshia Ka’Oir ran $1 million, so $20,000 a month in support shouldn’t be a problem at all.
The “I Get the Bag” rapper was paying $2,076 then and denied that his wedding costs $1 million. And he said his income has stayed the same since 2011.
Mane was also asked to produce his financial records during the trial, but he attempted to get that blocked, because he didn’t want that information to leak to the media.
At one point, the “Lemonade” performer accused Evans of careless spending and said she spent $1,000 each month on Keitheon’s clothes, $800 for his dry cleaning, $150 on grooming and other costs for the child that equaled another $2,800.
And in March Evans asked an Atlanta judge to have Mane locked up, because he failed to pay $2,495 of her legal fees.
As of now, both the rapper and Evans have kept silent about the settlement.