Future sues his alleged baby mama for talking about their sex life


US rapper, Future is suing his alleged baby mama, Eliza Reign for libel, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress after she spilled details about their sex life and talked about his penis.

According to The Blast, the rapper alleges that Reign has been disclosing “intimate facts learned about him during private consensual sexual activity” on social media and in interviews.

Future also alleges that Reign is trying to rise to fame by using his name.

“[She] cares only about increasing her popularity in an attempt to rise to fame and gained the economic proceeds there from on the basis of her private sexual consensual relationship (with Future),” the court documents read.

The lawsuit is seeking unspecified damages plus an injunction prohibiting Eliza from talking about him in the media.

In an interview with Rah Ali on her OnSite podcast in January, Eliza Reign reached out to Future’s rumoured girlfriend, Lori Harvey, and asked her to speak to him about being a better father to his many children.

The model also reportedly detailed how lazy Future was in bed when asked whether their sex life was good.

“Do I tell the truth, or do I fabricate a little bit? Want me to tell the truth? You swear, girl? ‘Cause I ain’t got no filter. No. He’s lazy in bed. He’s a lazy f*ck, but you’ve got to put it on him. You gotta f*ck him. It’s good enough to get by,” she responded to the show’s host.

And now, the rapper is claiming that Reign’s actions “constitute a shameful and outrageous invasion of his rights to privacy.”

Meanwhile, Eliza Reign who is the rapper’s alleged 7th baby mama has an ongoing lawsuit against the rapper for child support.

“I’m not running down no n*gga to do what he’s supposed to do,” she wrote on her Instagram stories to confirm the lawsuit.

“So I finally decided to let the courts chase him instead. Regardless of how she got here, SHE’S HERE! So stop making excuses and justifying a grown man abandoning an innocent child!”

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