Ludacris’ Baby Mother Writes Open Letter About Losing Custody of Their Child

By  Anny Jules           By  Getty Images   

By Anny Jules          By Getty Images  


Ludacris’ baby mother, Tamika Fuller recently published an open letter which detailed her struggles with losing custody of her child. 

Ludacris has been given full custody of his child with Fuller and now she is speaking out on the matter via an open letter. 

In the open letter, Fuller alleges that Ludacris abused his celebrity and power over her and because of this, she no longer has custody. 

Fuller also spoke on behalf of other baby mothers of celebrity children who have experienced the same struggle she is currently going through.

In addition to denying her access to see her daughter, Ludacris is also allegedly monitoring what she can and cannot post on her personal Instagram account, Fuller claims. 

Below, is an excerpt from Fuller’s Open Letter: 

“What kind of mother gets her child taken away from her? I only cut back on my work hours following my maternity leave to ensure that I had enough time to spend with my daughter during the first year of her life. However, it was this financial reasoning along with events that transpired 20 years ago in my teens that were the justifications used when issuing the decision. The retribution continued to roll in because apparently taking away my child wasn’t enough of a punishment.” she writes.

She adds, “I was then denied assistance with lawyer fees and told that her father needed to authorize the pictures I posted on my personal social media page. As I apologized to my friends and family for not being able to share imagery of the evolution of my child, I scratched my head: What does Instagram censoring have to do with disparate income levels? Subsequently, I now have no child, no First Amendment rights, and I’m in debt to the tune of six figures.”

So far, Ludacris has yet to publicly speak on Fuller’s open letter. Let’s hope Ludacris and Fuller can reach an agreement and come to some sort of cordial relationship for the sake of their daughter. Every child needs its mother and ill feelings towards each other shouldn’t be the reason why a child suffers. 

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