Florida rhymer Kodak Black has agreed to dole out more than $4,000 a month in child support for his toddler son, King Khalid, according to Bossip.

News of Kodak’s child support agreement comes after months of issues between the rapper and King’s mother, Jammiah Broomfield, over payments and custody of their son.

According to the specifics of the agreement, the 20-year-old will pay $4,200 a month to Broomfield until 2033. That puts the total somewhere around $750,000 over the next 15 years.

Kodak, who now has regular access to King, will also handle any health insurance costs.

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In March, Kodak’s lawyer Raven Ramona Liberty stated that Broomfield was using her child with the musician “as an ATM card.” Additionally, Kodak was reportedly not made aware of the fact that King was his son until the child was a year old.

Meanwhile, Kodak is currently facing first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges in South Carolina.