Basement Baby’s Allowance Is Getting Cut!

February 17, 2010 / Posted by:

DAMN STUPID BABIES! Poor Solange will have to eat her nightly meal of a ham and mayo sandwich without the ham thanks to a greedy baby who may or may not be her half-brother.

Last year, a woman named Alexsandra Wright filed a paternity suit in court claiming that Solange and Beyonce’s father/manager made a baby with her. The baby boy was born on February 1st, and yesterday a judge ordered that Matthew Knowles must pay Alexsandra $8,200 a month for child support. Matthew must also take $20k out of Solange’s allowance jar to give to Alexsandra for the month of January.

A little fact that might make Beyonce’s lacefront singe is that Matthew isn’t officially the baby’s father. Matthew will take a DNA test on March 1st. If Matthew is the father, the judge will determine a long-term child support payment.

Matthew has never admitted he’s the father, but he’s never denied it either. That might be why Tina Knowles put on her “divorcin’ wig” and filed for the BIG D from Matthew a couple of months ago.

While Alexsandra is doing the gold digging shuffle, the rest of us are wondering how a judge can make a bitch pay temporary child support payments without knowing if he’s the real father. Matthew needs a new lawyer. And he also needs to stop taking legal advice from Solange. I mean, I know she’s seen every re-run of Night Court (it plays on the only channel she gets down in the basement), but that doesn’t make her a legal authority!

Oh, and guess what Alexsandra named Solange’s new arch rival? She named him NIXON! Yes, Basement Baby is getting kicked down by someone named NIXON. That hurts.

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