Swae Lee has asked for shared custody of his daughter. Lee has previously filed a suit for the same in a Los Angeles court in July 2020. According to insiders, the rapper started the petition because he wants to have a meaningful connection with his daughter and spend more time with her. Lee talked up on his relationship with his daughter to Jornal Extra in 2021, saying:
“I’d want him to provide love and be a present father, but I’m not going to humiliate myself because I don’t believe my kid deserves that.”
According to reports, Lee is also paying child support to his ex-wife, Aline Martins, who claims to have spent about $15,000 on bills, rent, and prenatal care. She said that Lee takes his duty as a father very seriously and is devoted to sharing parenting duties in order to provide a good upbringing for his daughter. He is presently expecting his second kid with fiancée Victoria Kristine, who also shared photos from their baby shower on August 30.
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Swae Lee’s net worth
He is most renowned for his vast vocal range and is also known as Khalif Malik Ibn Shaman Brown. He and his brother Slim Jxmmi form the hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd. CelebrityNetWorth estimates the 29-year-net old’s worth to be about $9 million as of December 2022. He’s made a lot of money through his profession as a rapper, singer, and composer. In December 2019, Lee paid $3.5 million for a home in Los Angeles. It was listed by actor Jonathan Frakes and his actress wife Genie Francis. Swae then purchased a property in Miami for $975,000 in April 2022. His excellent career in the music business has enabled him to amass such vast property holdings.
Swae Lee joined with EarDrummers Entertainment in 2013 and released three studio albums titled SremmLife, SremmLife 2, and SR3MM. He was later featured in songs by Wiz Khalifa, French Montana, and Jhene Aiko. Lee released TR666 as a single, followed by Swaecation, his debut solo album. Lee later worked with Lil Pump and Maluma on XXXTentacion’s Arms Around You. He was later featured on Post Malone’s song Sunflower, as well as Nicki Minaj’s album Queen, which was released in 2018. In May 2019, he also worked with Madonna on her album Madame X.
Swae Lee’s next single was Won’t Be Late, which was followed by a revamped version of Sicko Mode in 2020. He teamed with Chloe x Halle on the tune Catch Up and released Reality Check as a single in June 2020. Since 2020, he has been working on an album called Human Nature, and he has also featured on Pop Smoke’s album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon. He also worked with Alicia Keys on her song “Lala” (Unlocked).