Joie Chavis Reveals Bow Wow & Future Would not Pay Baby Help
It all started when someone referred to her as a “gold digger,” which led Joie Chavis to announce that she was not receiving any child support payments from any of the fathers of her child rappers Bow Wow and Future.
Chavis, who shares daughter Shai with Bow Wow and son Hendrix with Future, has often been called a money digger because of the types of men she had children with. She has often talked about how she feels getting the gold digger title because of famous rappers, and even denied that her relationships with her children’s fathers had anything to do with money.
However, this has not stopped bitter people on the internet from attacking Joie Chavis with labels and insults.
While speaking to questions from her Instagram followers on her YouTube channel during a question and answer session, she responded to the rude comment: “You are a gold digger.” Chavis was quick to admit, “I feel like a lot of people are saying that.”
However, she denied the label when she claimed she had her own resources to support her children financially.
“And I’m not. I’m not a gold digger,” she said. “Not me – if that is the case, I would go out with anyone who tries to talk to me for money. Not me and I’m not a gold digger I’ve worked since I was fifteen, I take care of my children. I don’t get child benefit. “
She didn’t say the men didn’t help her as we know Bow Wow is active in his daughter’s life. It is unclear whether Future will contribute. But in most joint parenting situations, parents can give and help freely without going to court.
Chavis says she does not ask for anything and the children’s fathers are free to help depending on how they feel. “I don’t have to ask anything of my children for certain things because I can do everything myself. When their father wants to do things for them and then they do it in their own time when they want [say]Hey, here’s some money for this or that or you know whatever. But I’m not really asking for anything. I can do everything by myself, ”she said.
Chavis noted that she wanted to make sure everyone knew this, especially the rude people who make assumptions about how to afford their lifestyle and care for their children.