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The mother of Kodak Black‘s 2-year-old son is under question by Kodak Black’s camp. It was recently reported that Jammiah Broomfield was too poor to afford the less than $300 filing fees for her custody battle with Black. However, sources now claim this might not be entirely true.

Earlier this year, Broomfield reportedly quit her customer service job and then leased a BMW in the same month. However Broomfield’s lawyer, Sara Lawrence, is defending her client. Lawrence argues that on top of dropping out of school after giving birth to King Khalid, Bloomfield hasn’t been able to find steady employment. She lives with her parents and Lawrence explained to BOSSIP, “She can’t afford to work because she can’t pay for daycare.” Lawrence also insisted that Black has not been paying child support for King Khalid. “He seems to have money, but not anything for my client.”

Lawrence claims Black hasn’t paid child support since at least February and the only thing he’s provided Bloomfield is $1,000 and a pet dog.


Kodak Black has argued that he’s on-board to support his son. According to his lawyer, Raven Romona Liberty, the two exes are in the process of forming a child support agreement. However, the stress of Broomfield allegedly preventing Black from visits with his son has taken a toll on the young rapper.

“It bothers him,” said Liberty. “He talks about him all the time. He wants to be with his son.” Black filed a lawsuit against Broomfield just last year to establish paternity, gain partial custody, and pay child support. However, the former couple couldn’t seem to come to an agreement with Black asking for joint custody and Broomfield asking that a guardian be appointed to supervise Black’s visits with his son.

According to Black’s camp, he is adamant about building a relationship with King Khalid, claiming the toddler is a calming influence and inspiration for him. “If you love your kid, you should love him enough to have two parents,” argued his lawyer.