Lil Wayne has proven he’s not the father of 16-year-old Dwayne Brown by taking a DNA paternity test, according to TMZ.

Keiotia Watson, the mother of Brown, claimed Wayne was the father of her son and sought child support payments. A judge initially ruled in her favor, but Weezy never paid up and a new trial was set to determine paternity.

According to the test documents obtained by TMZ, there is a zero percent chance of Wayne being Brown’s father. Watson said she had a sexual relationship with the Dedication 6 rhymer in 2001.

(The original version of this article was published on March 6, 2018 and can be found below.)

Whether or not Lil Wayne fathered a fifth child could soon be revealed with an upcoming paternity test.

According to TMZ, years after Keiotia Watson alleged that Lil Wayne is the father of her now 16-year-old son Dwayne Brown, a judged has officially ordered a DNA paternity test.

Back in 2015, Watson attempted to prove Wayne was the father and also arrange child support from the Louisiana lyricist, but with little success.

Weezy was ordered to pay $5,000 a month to Watson, but claims he was never served legal papers. The rapper also alleges that he never had sex with the woman.

The previous judgment has been ultimately thrown out. Instead, a new trial has been ordered.