The former G.O.O.D. Music artist allegedly sent 168 text messages to the mother, Jacqueline Munyasya, over a period of four days, berating her and threatening to call child services on her. Another time, while she was attending her father’s funeral, she says he blasted her for allowing their daughter to play Pokemon, saying he didn’t want the child, whose name is Vada, “hanging around a bunch of white people” and that “Vada don’t look like anyone in your family.”
She says that his past words have caused her to fear for her life and that his negative social media posts about her have caused threats of violence.
She claims that he threatened to create a #JusticeforVada campaign, demanding custody of the little girl, that he would spread throughout social media and create T-shirts for.
Cudi is reportedly not present in his daughter’s life even though he demands to see her. When he comes to Chicago, where the mother and the child live, he never reaches out to visit.
The drama has lasted for years after Munyasya first took Cudi to court back in 2010, which ignited a custody battle. She ultimately won primary physical custody after the musician threw in the towel.
In the recent ruling the judge ordered for the Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven artist to stay away from Munyasya and the child. Cudi is not allowed to call, text or email his baby mama. He also may not use a third party communication to reach her.
The order of protection is in effect through August 18, 2017.