Lil Wayne 15-Year-Old Alleged Son Surfaces

Joann Johnston
October 6, 2017

A mystery woman has emerged with an alleged son of rapper Lil Wayne. She says their son - named Dwayne, Weezy's government name - was born in February 2002. But his baby mama, Keiotia Watson finally posted about her sons father in hopes of him paying child support.

The details surrounding Lil Wayne & Bumbu's new deal hasn't been officially announced just yet, but the liquor brand did give Tunechi a shoutout on his 35th birthday last week, which again signifies the two's working relationship. A judge reportedly ruled that the veteran MC was to pay her $5,000 per month, but so far, he hasn't provided any of the payments.

Wayne has yet to pay up and now Watson is sharing her story on her Instagram.

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He allegedly hasn't paid Watson any child support money, but sources close to Lil Wayne insist that is because he was never served with legal papers or informed that he was legally the father.

Watson says her son named Dwayne has yet to meet his father. Will they carry on with the paternity test? When I'm not scrolling through various timeline's I'm researching skin care regiments and watching the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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