Migos rapper Kiari Kendrell Cephus popularly known as Offset has filed a request in his ongoing paternity battle over his daughter Kalea with her mother, Nicole Marie Algarin.
Offset’s request is for his four-year-old Kalea who was born in 2015, two years before he married rapper and actress Cardi B, to bear his last name.
His daughter currently goes by the name Kalea Marie Algarin, but Offset wants it to be changed to Kalea Marie Algarin Cephus.
He is also requesting for a joint legal and physical custody of Kalea with her mother Nicole Marie Algarin.
Algarin, also known as Shya L’amour, filed court documents in October, asking for more child support from Offset.
But the rapper maintained that he has been paying for child support, though L’amour claimed that he only, ‘provided limited financial support.’
The case is said to be in the hands of Fulton County court in Georgia.
Offset currently has three kids besides Kalea – a one-year-old daughter Kulture with Cardi B, two sons (Jordan Cephus, 9, and Kody Cephus, 5), from two different women from previous relationships.