The Ying Yang Twins’ last album to chart on the Billboard 200 was Chemically Imbalanced in 2006. Since then, it’s been tough sledding for the Atlanta, Georgia duo monetarily so recently, one of its members got a break.

According to TMZ, group member D-Roc won a recent decision regarding child support payments, adjusting the $2,500 a month he had been paying in support for their daughter to now just $550.

D-Roc filed documents in Georgia showing that he had been paying his ex-wife $2,500 a month when he was earning more than $19,000 monthly. Roc claims he currently earns $2,860 a month.

The documents revealing D-Roc’s new settlement show he also received a payment plan for the $45,000 he currently owes in back child support.

The Ying Yang Twins released numerous high-selling albums during the early to mid 2000s. Their LPs Me & My Brother and U.S.A. (United State of Atlanta) both attained platinum status.  

See the full TMZ story here.

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