Chance and fiancée plan to be unbothered during marriage
The pair went to court recently to revise custody and support agreements ahead of their big day.
Chance the Rapper and fiancée, Kirsten Corley, wish to begin life as man and wife fre and clear of any legal drama, which is why they are headed back to court to modify their custody and support agreement.
The two share a daughter, Kensli, 3, and Corley originally hit Chance with a custody case in 2016.
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Chance and his lady love would like to get their house in order prior to walking down the aisle. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, they couple recently filed a joint petition to modify the terms of the agreement they reached over custody and support in 2017.
The documents state: “The parties acknowledge and stipulate that a substantial change in circumstances has occurred such that the financial, decision-making, and parenting time provisions of the parties Allocation Judgment are no longer in the minor child’s best interest.”
A hearing has been set for February 14 when a judge is expected to approve the request.
In 2016, Corley noted in her paternity suit against the rapper that he didn’t keep his promise to buy her a home, and even insisted she was “essentially being held hostage” in his Chicago home.
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Chance and Corley began dating in 2013 but split three years later, prompting her to initiate the custody case. They reconciled in 2017 after reaching an agreement over custody and support.
When Chance won best new artist and best rap album at the 2017 Grammy Awards, he expressed thanks to Corley and their daughter. On his track “All We Got,” from his Coloring Book album, Chance raps, “Tryna turn my baby mama to my fiancée.”