Rza has a ominous date in
court with the mother of his four-year-old daughter as she is seeking more financial
support from the Wu-Tang Clan co-founder.
Jamie Summers, the ex-girlfriend
of the Rza, is taking the rapper to court the day after Valentine's Day next
week in an effort to get more money to support their daughter, Rahindia.
But, she said she isn't
trying squeeze Rza for her own gain.
She told investigative talk
show "Celebrity Justice," "I go to school. I work. I'm not a
gold-digger. I just want what my daughter's entitled to and that's a fair share
of his estate- his other children have a fair share."
Summers admitted that Rza
was already supporting the child, but she wanted the courts to get her more.
Summers said that Rza frequently
speaks with his daughter, but after the death of Ol' Dirty Bastard, she felt
it was time for her to make sure the rapper was legally named the child's parent.
After ODB died, there were
women who said they had children with him, but hadn't secured a claim of his
Summers expressed her melancholy
on the show.
"It hurts at times
because I wish at times that we could be as a family and things could have worked
out, but it didn't," Summers said. "When I look at my daughter's face,
it looks just like her dad. It's very hurtful."
"We didn't have to
do it this way. I do love him, I do have respect for him but, I mean, for goodness
sake this is your child. This is your flesh and blood."
At press time, Rza was unavailable
for comment. He and Summers will appear in a New York courtroom on Feb. 15.