(AllHipHop News) About ten years ago the Ying Yang Twins were one of the hottest groups in rap music. Popular songs like "Whistle While You Twurk," "Salt Shaker," "Wait (The Whisper Song)," and "Get Low" with Lil Jon were in regular rotation on radio in the early 2000's, but apparently times are not as great for at least one half of the duo.
TMZ reports that group member D-Roc at on point was pulling in $19,000/month and as a result he was paying out $2,500/month to his daughter's mother for child support. Fast forward to November 2013 and D-Roc now claims he is only making $2,860 every month.
Roc filed legal papers in Georgia asking that his child support payments be lowered to reflect his current income. His reduction request was answered, and he is now required to pay $550 a month.
The Ying Yang twins announced on Twitter last year that they had signed with Epic Records. The Atlanta-based group was expected to drop their sixth album All Around The World this year. They released the mixtape Ass In Session this past summer, but their last official LP was 2009's Ying Yang Forever.
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