A report surfaced Friday (February 24) afternoon, which said that New Orleans rap vet Juvenile was a wanted man in Louisiana after failing to make court-ordered child support payment for nearly six years.
According to TMZ.com, the rapper (real name: Terius Gray) was behind on child support payments upwards of $160,000 to Dionne Williams, the mother of his 13-year-old son.
In documents they published, it shows that Juve had not paid any payments since December 2006; and because of his failure to pay, he faces 90 days behind bars.
However, a judge gave the rapper an option to pay $50,000 immediately, and from there, he can work out arrangements to get current on his balance.
Hours after the report, Juve came forward denying the reports, claiming TMZ has bad info.
"I ain't worried about a thing, they aint making me look bad. They got to have proof of that sh**," he told TheSource.com. "I don't know where TMZ be getting their info from but you need to follow up and make sure you got it right before you comment on something. I really don't know where they got that bad info from truthfully. Warrant out for my arrest? I'm all over the city everyday... but for real who the f**k is TMZ anyway."
He later echoed his comments to TMZ, saying that he was "never informed that there was a warrant out for my arrest."
Furthermore, Juve stated that his "son stays with me most of the time ... I take care of my son ... I love my son."
So, what does he plan to do now? Juve says his legal team is on it.