American rapper Christopher Brian Bridges, popularly known by his stage name Ludacris, has been granted a primary physical custody of his 1-year-old daughter by a family court but the decision is really confusing.
The decision comes after his baby's mother, Tamika Fuller bitterly testified Luda didn't want the baby when he found out she was pregnant, and even tried to negotiate an abortion by throwing $10,000 her way.
But sources close to the rapper told TMZ that the judge reviewed the report from an independent expert as well as the testimony and concluded Luda was the more fit parent.
The judge awarded both Luda and Tamika joint legal and physical custody but said Luda will be "the primary physical custodian." According to TMZ, they've watched the video of the decision and the judge messed up in a big way, saying Luda has decision-making authority. If that's true, he would have primary legal custody. In short, the judge makes very little sense.
"I am gratified that the judge found me to be the most fit and proper parent to have primary physical custody of our beautiful daughter," says Luda.