Marlon Wayans Slams Baby Mother After New Paternity Suit

Marlon Wayans finds himself embroiled in a legal battle with Brittany Moreland, the mother of his toddler, over a new paternity suit. In an exclusive interview with The Shade Room, Wayans expressed his frustration, labeling Moreland as “entitled” for seeking more than the $18,000 a month in child support she currently receives.

“It’s the classic case of a good, loving, responsible father shelling out over $18k per month for a one-year-old, and an entitled woman decides she wants more,” Wayans stated. He compared Moreland’s demands to the modest expectations of his own family, noting, “My mama and dem would’ve lost their minds for $2k.”

Wayans, known for his comedic roles, emphasized his commitment to fatherhood and the financial support he provides. He lamented the disparity between his contributions and the lack of support from other fathers, stating, “All these women having to drag men to court who pay nothing towards their children. And here, a woman gets a doctor’s salary and says it isn’t enough?”

Despite his frustration, Wayans affirmed his integrity and sense of responsibility as a parent. “I’m a good man with a good heart and strong sense of responsibility, but I refuse to be used and discredited,” he asserted. He also addressed the decision to keep his youngest child out of the public eye, citing concerns over social media’s toxicity.

“The baby isn’t a secret,” Wayans clarified. “The mama has been posted. But I chose to keep the baby’s private life private. Ain’t nobody’s business. Social media is toxic and dangerous, and I’d like to keep her peace.”

When questioned about potentially contesting the child support amount, Wayans revealed his reluctance to do so, despite feeling like a mere “visitor” in his child’s life. “Do the math. This is delusional,” he expressed. “I will let the lawyers and God do what they do. I’ll be creating art from a broken heart. I got nothing but love. Even when it’s bad, it’s good.”

This legal dispute comes amidst Wayans’ vocal presence in 2024, where he has addressed various social and cultural topics, including the portrayal of Black men in movies. Despite the challenges he faces personally, Wayans remains resolute in his commitment to his family and his art.