In February 2014, the rapper claimed he couldn't pay for child support because his co-star in 'Fast and Furious' Paul Walker passed away and now, a judge thinks he's a better parent to his 1-year-old daughter?
Ludacris has been granted primary physical custody of his 1-year-old daughter after a long battle with his baby mama in court.
The court decision was made after Luda's baby mama, Tamika Fuller bitterly testified that the rapper encouraged her to get an abortion, and even negotiated $10,000 for pregnancy termination.
According to TMZ, sources connected with the rapper claim the judge reviewed the report from an independent expert as well as the testimony and concluded Luda was the more fit parent.
However Luda and baby mama were granted joint legal and physical custody but the judge declared the rap act "the primary physical custodian."
From a recorded video by TMZ, the judge is heard saying Luda has decision-making authority. And if that's the case, then he would have primary legal custody of his daughter.
"I am gratified that the judge found me to be the most fit and proper parent to have primary physical custody of our beautiful daughter," Luda tells TMZ.
Ludacris just recently git married to longtime Gabonese girlfriend, Eudoxie Mbouguiengue early January.