This is what happens to your face when you try to take God’s Son to the cleaners.
Outfitted as a cape crusader for glowsticks and child support payments, Kelis left a trail of pixie dust in the wind while on the stage at G-A-Y in London, England on the eve of Mother’s Day.
Girl, good day.
Meanwhile, Nas tells Vibe.com that its been a difficult task to see son Knight due to his strained relationship with Kelis. That poor righteous teacher.
How old is Knight? Is he walking yet?
He’s like nine months. He’s crawling, pulling himself to stand up. He said the word ‘stick’ about a month ago. He’s been talking for about two months, saying little words here and there.
How often are you able to see him?
My son was born with ice grills, so when his mom feels in the mood she sends pictures. If not, its hell. It’s hell trying to figure that out, trying to get him—I’ll just leave it at that. It’s hell. A man shouldn’t go through that shit, but it’s another story I’ma tell at a different time.
Do you feel a certain way about having the tattoo [of Kelis] now, after everything that’s been going on?
[Laughs] I don’t really think about tattoos, I just think about adding more, you know what I’m saying?
Nas went to court Monday over his divorce with Kelis — and walked out a little lighter in the wallet.
According to documents filed in L.A. County Superior Court, Nas had to immediately fork over $47,249.42 in back child support and $40,454 in back spousal support.
The judge also ordered Nas to pay $10,000/month in spousal support until he pays off the $299,015.50 he owes Kelis.
Nas also has to pay 90% of Kelis’ legal fees in the amount of $155,787.28.
Lastly, Nas has to pay $48,549.83 to cover Kelis’ accounting expenses.
The lesson, as always — when Laura Wasser reps your ex, settle as quickly as possible. Nas just learned that the hard way.
The burning question on everyone’s mind tonight: Who gets to keep the matching Nigger jackets? Like I said before, we need to unite together and show out support for Nasir by placing banners on all of our blogs linking to his relief website like we did Haiti.
Check out what some of my hilarious followers on Twitter had to say about the court’s ruling below.