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Future was recently accused of being sued by his ex-girlfriend for child support, but this doesn’t stop him from exercising his financial muscles on social media.

The Atlanta rapper uploaded the video of Chicago singer as well as Freebandz performer Zona Man on Sunday (November 13) in which Zona Man is shown posing with a variety of stacks of cash to the camera. According to Hendrix the racks were worth to about a quarter of one million dollars.

“50s,” Future said in the video that he posted on Instagram Stories. Instagram Stories. “That’s an hundo in there. It’s 150, right here. It’s a quarter million just there.”

As per RadarOnline, Future was accused of a lawsuit by his ex-partner Brittni Mealy on October 10 to increase child support.

The rapper was reported to have been ordered to pay $3,000 per month for their son, now nine years old, Prince, in 2014. Since then it’s been “substantial change” in his earnings, as well as the needs of their child, Mealy claimed.

Mealy stated that Future was unable to “exercise his scheduled parenting time” which is why she “bears the burden of additional expenses” for Prince. She also accused him of not being able to pay for dental insurance and claimed he was in the act of committing a crime.

In addition, Mealy claimed to have invested money in daycare due to the fact that Future doesn’t have the for the time they have with their child and also stated that she wants to keep an insurance policy for life worth $350,000 that names his son the beneficiary.

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Future sought that her request be halted in the courtroom and demanded that the amount of payments are the same. Future claimed that he “consistently and timely paid his child support obligation” and that the settlement originally addressed the issue of his travel.

Hendrix admitted that he did not have dental insurance, but was dealing with the issue, and insisting that the lawsuit should be dismissed.

Money is certainly not a problem for Future as the rapper was selling his book catalog with an eight-figure price on September.

“I put everything into my music, and I wanted to make sure these were in good hands as I thought about the next chapter of these songs,” the singer said in a statement in the year 2000. “I’m happy to be a part of the team together with Rene as well as the staff at Influence Media and send a message that this music is of an eternal value.

“My music is my art, and these songs represent some of the most precious artwork of my career.”