Nas Drags Ex Kelis Back To Court Again For Doing Him Dirty

Posted On : December 1, 2017

When Nas and singer, Kelis, divorced, most fans assumed they were amicable since they’ve never made headlines for too much drama. But apparently, there’s much more to the story and Nas’ patience is running thin. According to The Blast, the “If I Ruled The World” rapper is having a few problems with his ex Kelis. He claims Kelis has refused to allow him visitation with his eight-year-old son, Knight Jones. Now, he’s reportedly taking legal action to get the situation resolved. 

A Court Order:

It has been reported that Nas is filing a court order in hopes of solving his problem with Kelis. He claims he has “tried to work cooperatively with Kelis over the years,” but to no avail. Although he’s allowed to share custody of their son with her, he claims Kelis only deems it permissible when “it convenient for her.” The singer reportedly has a habit of choosing when Nas can see his son instead of sticking to a schedule. He has also revealed that there have been months at a time when he’s been unable to see his son because she would “refuse to set up time for our son and me to spend time together.” Now, he’s tired of it and he’s offering a suggestion to hash out their differences.

The Proposed Schedule:

It looks like Nas has give the situation lots of thought and he’s reportedly come up with a suggestion for the “Milkshake” singer. According to the publication, he’s requesting to have his son on the “1st, 3rd, and 5th weekend of every month.” He believes their son should spend Mother’s Day with her and Father’s Day with him.

Here’s the breakdown of their custody agreement he’s proposing:

As for the other holidays:

  • Kelis gets Halloween in even years, Nas gets odd.
  • Kelis gets July 4 in even years, Nas gets odd.
  • Kelis gets Summer Break in odd years, Nas gets even.
  • Kelis gets Thanksgiving in odd years, Nas gets even.
  • Kelis gets the child’s birthday in odd years, Nas gets even

Right now, Christmas isn’t included in the proposed schedule but it does make mention of the child’s holiday break for Christmas and New Year’s. The judge has yet to rule on Nas’ order, but his requests don’t seem unreasonable so there’s a good chance he may receive a favorable ruling. Hopefully, these two can resolve whatever differences they have for their son.

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