Walker, who you may recall was involved in a dispute in front of Turner’s mansion with another one of his FIVE baby mamas, hit me up on Twitter a while ago and wanted to let me know that I’d gotten it all wrong.
She explained that contrary to popular belief, she’s NOT a golddiggin’ baby mama and in fact, she’s a college graduate who was in a relationship with a man who wasn’t honest with her about a few things…
Rasheeda and Michael’s 2nd child, a son, was born September 2011 and apparently there was another woman (Elizabeth Delacruz) who gave birth just months after Walker’s son was born.
Turner apparently wasn’t honest with any of the ladies about the number of kids he had, which is what eventually caused the confusion between all parties involved.
In related news, TMZ is reporting that Walker and Turner recently reached a custody agreement regarding their youngest child and hashed out a visitation agreement that’s amenable to both parties.
According to the agreement, Michael will get to see his new son significantly during the off-season — from January to August — and on his bye weeks during the season.
Turner also agreed to pay Rasheeda $6,000 a month.
But the best part — according to the docs, “The parties agree that it is not in the best interest of either of the children to appear on any reality television show or program, absent mutual consent” … meaning neither party wants the other to exploit the child on a reality show without the other’s prior approval.
It’s a pretty amicable conclusion — considering Rasheeda and Turner’s current GF got into a nasty golf club-wielding brawl last month … in front of the NFL star’s Georgia mansion.
To be clear… I do NOT think all baby mama’s are gold diggers but I do think it’s amazing that in this day and age there are so many athletes who fall into this same scenario (ie 3, 4, 5, 10 or more baby mamas with children around the same age).
Walker is different… she says she didn’t sign up for all this drama! She has a college degree and was reportedly involved with Turner way before he signed that multi-million dollar contract. Ok I get that. But still…
First comes love… then comes marriage… then come baby… right? or is that an antiquated way of thinking nowadays?