Flo Rida's DNA tests confirm he is not the father of Gloria Holloway's two-year-old boy, and will not have to pay her child support.
A paternity test has confirmed Flo Rida is not the father of a two-year-old boy.
The rapper - real name Tramar Dillard - was embroiled in a paternity dispute with Gloria Holloway, who filed paperwork for child support in Florida, but a DNA test has now confirmed Flo is not related to the boy.
A lawyer for the star said: ''Flo Rida is absolutely not the father of the child and does not expect to hear anything else on the subject.''
TMZ.com claims it has also obtained paperwork confirming the 'Wild Ones' hitmaker was not the father and further sources close to the rapper have said his attorneys will be filing DNA test results with the Florida Department of Revenue to block Gloria from obtaining a child support order against him.
Although Flo was adamant he hadn't got Gloria pregnant
she mas made a number of twitter pleas for his support.
She wrote: ''Still trusting in God to change your heart on our son#Tramar...Flo
''It hurts me to see you put our son under the bus#Flo (sic)''
She later added: ''God dosent ask you to give what you don't have, but what you do have (sic).''
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