Brittany Renner is an extremely popular social media personality who had a baby with P.J. Washington of the Charlotte Hornets.
Renner and Washington initially hooked up when he was still a student at Kentucky and stayed together throughout him going pro.
Needless to say, they are no longer together.
A lot has been made over the past few months over how much in child support Washington actually pays in Renner.
There were some pretty astronomical figures floating around.
Recently, Renner revealed how much she actually receives from Washington.
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“A lot of people think I’m getting X amount in child support and I don’t have to work and I don’t have to do all this stuff,” she said.
“But it’s like, I very much provide for my child. I’m here right now, my mom is watching my son and I’m here like, doing the damn thing. I’m doing my best.”
Renner specifically called out the asinine $200,000 figure.
“A lot of people judge that, but it’s like, when you have to—you can’t rely on your child’s father to provide for you, so you have to make a way, you know?” she continued.
“So, it’s like, I’ve never been about money, it’s never been about that, but it’s like, especially me not getting $200,000. People always say that.”
There’s a reason why there has been so much talk about Renner’s money issues. She clearly isn’t getting all that much from Washington.
And given what Colin Kaepernick reportedly made her do when they were still together, it’s safe to say that Renner has always had cash-related issues with her purported partners.
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Now that the terms of their relationship are going viral, and what with Washington now moving on in such public fashion, it will be interesting to see if he and Renner renegotiate the details of their child support.
If they don’t – it’s safe to assume this probably isn’t going to b the last time Renner discusses it in a public forum.
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