Rap Music's Top Six Paternity Suits

Did you know that Ol' Dirty Bastard had 13 kids, three of whom he neglected to pay child support for in 1997 alone? Illegitimate children are overwhelmingly common in rap music.

From Brooklyn to the Louisiana bayou, rappers' baby mamas have tried pushing paternity suits on their rhyming exes ever since the scientific community introduced polymerase chain reaction tests in the 1970s. Even Miami's Pitbull and Rick Ross have had to deal with alleged baby-mama drama over the years.

But a rapper demanding a paternity test when he's $160,000 deep in unpaid child support? That's not only risky but also Juvenile.

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