Nevada fans of rap artist Ludacris may have already known he was involved in court proceedings with the mother of his 2-month-old daughter. Recently, the rapper told a judge he was unable to pay the $15,000 a month the baby's mother is requesting. However, that was not the most surprising part of the proceedings. Ludacris is now asking the court to grant him full physical custody of his daughter and child support from her mother.
In papers filed with the court by the rapper, he asserts he has been actively involved in raising another of his children -- a now 15-year-old girl he fathered during a prior relationship. He claims to want the chance to do the same for his baby girl. It is not known how much in child support Ludacris is asking the court to order the baby's mother to pay.