Future was recently sued by his ex-girlfriend over child support payments, but that isn’t stopping him from flexing his financial muscle on social media.

The Atlanta rapper shared a video by Chicago rapper and Freebandz artist Zona Man on Sunday (November 13), in which he can be seen flaunting several stacks of cash for the camera. According to Hendrix, the racks amounted to a cool quarter of a million dollars.

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“50s,” Future said in the clip, which he reposted to his Instagram Stories. “That’s a hundo right there. 150 right there. That’s a quarter M just right here.”

According to RadarOnline, Future was sued by his former partner Brittni Mealy on November 10 for an increase in child support.

The rapper was reportedly ordered to pay $3,000-a-month for their now nine-year-old son, Prince, in 2014. Since then, however, there’s been a “substantial change” in his income, as well as their child’s needs, Mealy claimed.

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Mealy said Future didn’t “exercise his scheduled parenting time” and therefore she “bears the burden of additional expenses” for Prince. She also accused him of failing to maintain dental insurance and said he was in willful contempt.

Additionally, Mealy claimed to have spent money on daycare costs because Future isn’t around time to spend time with their son, and said she wanted him to maintain a $350,000 life insurance policy, which names their son as the beneficiary.

Future Seemingly Confirms He Legally Changed His Last Name To ‘Cash’

Future Seemingly Confirms He Legally Changed His Last Name To ‘Cash’

Future demanded her request to be shut down in court and that the payments remain the same. He argued he had “consistently and timely paid his child support obligation” and that the original settlement addressed his traveling.

Hendrix admitted he didn’t obtain dental insurance but was currently handling the situation, while demanding the lawsuit to be tossed.

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Money certainly isn’t an issue for Future, with the rapper selling his publishing catalog in an eight-figure deal in September.

“I put everything into my music, and I wanted to make sure these were in good hands as I thought about the next chapter of these songs,” he said in a statement at the time. “I’m proud to partner up with Rene and the team at Influence Media and send a signal that this music has timeless value.

“My music is my art, and these songs represent some of the most precious artwork of my career.”