One of the Rick Ross’ baby’s mamas is giving prospective readers a taste of her tell-all book about life with the rapper.
You may remember that Tiallondra Kemp got a book deal as part in the beef between Rick Ross and 50 Cent.
Now, Tia is releasing excerpts from her upcoming book, Tia’s Diary: Deeper Than Rap, which will be released by Tru Life Publishing Inc (50’s publishing house). The book starts off with her recounting the deposition in a child support case that she brought against Rick (whom she prefers to call Will).
“Will had been abrasive all during questioning. I knew he wasn’t happy to be there, but ultimately, neither was I. If he just would’ve taken care of his son and made a deal with me for support outside of the courts, it wouldn’t have gotten to this point,” she wrote in the prologue.
Tia claims that although Rick could rap about being the boss, he certainly wasn’t living up to that image when it came to taking care of his son.
“Will had bugged out on me, refusing to help pay bills and rent to the degree that he could,” she said. “While I literally watched him make millions, I struggled to take care of my three sons, the littlest being his.”
According to Tia, Rick was trying make it seem as though he doesn’t make a lot of money, and therefore, couldn’t afford to pay $4,000 in child support every month, as she had requested.
However, Tia said she was in for the biggest surprise after the deposition when she came out to the parking lot to discover that Rick had taken her truck.
“I was so angry over what had happened that day, but also [at] everything Will had put me through the past five years,” she wrote. “This was the last straw. I didn’t know what I was going to do but I had reached my limit.”
You can find out what else she had to say about Rick when Tia’s Diary: Deeper Than Rap is released on May 20. According to Amazon.com, it retails for about $15.
— Sonya Eskridge
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